The Impact of Integrating Flipped Learning and Information and Communication Technology on the Secondary School Students’ Academic Achievement and Their Attitudes Towards It

  •  Wael I. Seitan    
  •  Aseel O. Ajlouni    
  •  Nayel D. A. Al-Shara’h    


The purpose of the study was to investigate the impact of integrating flipped learning and information and communication technology on secondary school students’ academic achievement and attitudes. The study was based on a quasi-experimental approach where the sample of the study consisted of 40 students from Mashrek International School in Amman, Jordan, who were randomly assigned into either an experimental group (20 students) or control group (20 students). An academic achievement test was used with both groups as a pre-test and post-test, and an attitude scale was implemented only on the experimental group. The validity and reliability of the study were ensured. The findings revealed the effectiveness of the flipped learning approach, statically significant differences were found between the experimental and control group in terms of the students’ academic achievement. As for the experimental group the students’ attitudes towards peers, teacher, environment and learning process were positive.

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