The Effectiveness of the Integration of ChatGPT into Flipped Classrooms from Teachers’ and Learners’ Perspectives

  •  Le Quang Dung    


This study investigates the integration of ChatGPT, an advanced AI language model, into the flipped classroom model for language teaching and its impact on learning outcomes. The flipped classroom approach shifts instructional content delivery to pre-class activities and emphasizes active learning during class time, potentially enhancing student engagement and academic performance. This research explores how ChatGPT can further augment this model by providing interactive and personalized language learning materials before class and facilitating dynamic in-class activities. Using a mixed-methods research design, qualitative data from surveys and interviews were analyzed first to provide deeper insights into the students' experiences and attitudes towards ChatGPT-supported learning. Quantitative data were then collected through a survey of 124 students across different levels of language learning (Year 2, Year 3, and Year 4), focusing on perceived effectiveness of ChatGPT, levels of engagement and interaction, potential negative impacts, and overall satisfaction. Findings indicate that the integration of ChatGPT significantly enhances student engagement, language proficiency, and overall satisfaction with the learning process, while also highlighting some concerns regarding its use. This study contributes to the growing body of literature on AI in education, demonstrating the potential of ChatGPT to transform language teaching and learning in a flipped classroom setting.

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