STATISTICAL ANALYSIS ON THE INFLUENCE OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM TEACHING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Authors

  • BIN ZHAO School of Science, Hubei University of Technology, Hubei, China.
  • JINMING CAO School of Information and Mathematics, Yangtze University, Hubei, China.

Keywords:

statistical analysis, flipped classroom teaching, students learning effect, coronavirus, theoretical knowledge

Abstract

Currently, many educational practitioners do not agree on how flipped classroom affects students’ learning effect. In order to further explore the impact of flipped classroom on students’ learning effect, this paper conducts a quantitative analysis of some flipped classroom experimental and quasi-experimental studies systematically by means of meta-analysis method. The study finds that the random effect model shows that the combined effect is 0.373, reaching the statistical significance level, which indicates that flipped classroom has moderate positive effect on improving students' learning effect. There is no significant difference in the effect of flipped classroom on the learning effect of different subjects and stages, but the effect on primary school students is weaker. Significant differences in the effect on learning outcomes among different knowledge types have been found, and specifically, the flipped instruction is good for the study of practical knowledge, but has less influence on theoretical knowledge learning. Therefore, in the application of flipped classroom, it is necessary to pay attention to the characteristics of different learning objects and types of knowledge, and flipped classroom teaching cannot be used too much in primary school and the teaching of theoretical knowledge during the coronavirus disease 2019 epidemic.

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Published

2021-06-01

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ZHAO, B., & CAO, J. (2021). STATISTICAL ANALYSIS ON THE INFLUENCE OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM TEACHING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC. Quantum Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2(3), 87–101. Retrieved from https://qjssh.com/index.php/qjssh/article/view/80

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