A Systematic Literature Review of Flipped Classroom: Is It Effective On Student Learning in Elementary School?
Keywords:flipped classroom, effectiveness, elementary school.
Flipped Classroom is a reverse classroom learning model that requires more active student participation. However, flipped classrooms are still rarely practiced at the elementary school level. Students must study learning material before discussing it in class. Writing this Systematic Literature Review aims to analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of the Flipped classroom on student learning in elementary schools. The method used is Systematic Literature Review by review Using 8 articles related to the effectiveness and implications of flipped classrooms for elementary students. These articles were obtained from the Google Scholar database for the 2016-2021 range. The results of the study show that learning using the Flipped Classroom is effectively implemented in elementary schools. Flipped classroom can develop students' active participation and independence. so that the teacher only acts as a facilitator. Flipped Classroom can foster a sense of responsibility, critical thinking skills, curiosity, honesty, creativity and motivate students to learn according to their own pace of learning. This study recommends that the implementation of the flipped classroom learning model should first be introduced to the learning culture. and s Several other components that must be mastered by teachers and students to avoid difficulties during flipped classroom learning. With these considerations, flipped classroom learning can run optimally.
Key words: flipped classroom, effectiveness, elementary school.
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