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A meta-analysis on flipped learning: Conditions for successful application and future research direction
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 Title & Authors
A meta-analysis on flipped learning: Conditions for successful application and future research direction
Park, Esther O.; Park, Jihyun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to rigorously review extant research on flipped learning that has been given a rising interests as a measure of securing the quality of higher education apart from the improvement of the curriculum. Colleges and universities are criticized for failing in equipping their customers with critical skills, which triggered them to review both curriculum and teaching learning method. In the middle of the teaching and learning method lies the flipped learning. For its relatively short history of research tackling the issues of flipped learning, now is the best time to review the extant studies on the topic to overview and suggest future directions in the field. With the goal in mind, this study restricted the journal articles reviewed to 20 and presented the results based on a conceptual framework derived from a rigorous literature review. Followings are policy suggestions and conditions for successful implementation of flipped learning.
 Keywords
Flipped learning;logical structure of flipped learning;meta-analysis;nursing science;
 Language
Korean
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