Flipped learning : A literature review
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AuthorValencia Lara, Lina Marcela
Asesor/esDuran Bautista, Diana Carolina
The present study aims to report the findings of a systematic literature review carried out to determine what has been researched regarding the implementation of the Flipped learning approach. The review process was designed considering the phases (Baumeister & Leary, 1997) recommended. The literature search was conducted using the Scopus and Web of Science electronic databases with specific criteria of being published within 2010 – 2020. In effect, 124 articles were chosen based on explicit inclusion criteria to be reviewed. Results showed that studies were done mostly in 22 countries mainly in The USA in higher education in the fields of Health Science, Computer Science, and Language Learning. In these studies, the use of active learning practices makes FL a promising approach to promote the academic success of students, positive attitude, and self-directedness towards learning. Moreover, the FL model application and limitations are discussed in this study as well as its current state in foreign/second language teaching. The findings obtained from this study are expected to contribute to future studies conducted on flipped classrooms.