The use of the flipped learning strategy in real-time achievement in Islamic education for sixth grade female students in Jordan
Author: Alaa Ziyad Muhammad Al-Faqih |Pages: 67-83|

Abstract: This study aimed at identifying the impact of a Flipped learning strategy on the immediate achievement in the Islamic education subject for the sixth basic class students in the Kingdom of Bahrain Basic School in Amman Governorate in Jordan during the academic year 2019/2020, which numbered (80) students distributed to Two groups: experimental and control.  The study relied on the semi-experimental approach, and found that there are statistically significant differences in the overall degree of the test of immediate achievement achievement in Islamic education for the sixth grade, according to the teaching strategy, and in favor of the flipped learning strategy    In light of the findings of the study, a set of recommendations was proposed, such as including curricula with applicable subjects based on flipped learning strategy that is in line with the technological development in the contemporary world, holding courses and workshops for teachers regarding the mechanisms of designing an educational lesson in the form of videos or Audio clips, so that they can design their lessons on their own, prepare students to use the Internet in their learning, and explain the positives of a reverse learning strategy for them, such as increasing their academic achievement level, remaining a learning effect with them, their ability to repeat the recorded lessons more than once, and the possibility of watching or listening to those Lessons about the time and place that they choose for themselves and prefer it


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