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A brief overview of flipped inverted teaching method
Saide Taghizadeh *, Jamal Haji
, taghizade_s@atu.ac.ir
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Introduction: In any country, educational system plays a critical role in the excellence of the entire community. Adequate attention to education, particularly employing effective teaching methods may be a key step towards realizing the excellent objectives of education. Thus, this study aimed to review the inverted teaching method.
Methods: This is a review study and its related information was obtained through searching for Persian and English papers according to the main objective of the study in the credible scientific databases of Magiran, SID, Web of Sciences, Google Scholar, as well as the library studies over the period of 2000-2021.
Results: Applying effective teaching methods enhances educational effectiveness besides facilitating the goals recognition. This teaching method is especially effective and efficient in teaching some courses and it is currently used by teachers in many universities around the world and even in Iran. In this teaching method, there are four main steps: 1. Preparing the course content in different formats, 2. Students study before class, 3. Assessing and preparing (with and without the presence of the teacher) 4. Group activity, interaction and feedback.
Conclusion: Since the inverted teaching method makes the maximum use of class time besides allowing students to learn based on different capabilities and abilities through breaking the traditional teaching methods’ limitations such as lecturing, officials and instructors have to pay attention to the awareness and enhancement of the required skills.
Keywords: Teaching Method, Inverted Teaching Method, Instructor, Learner
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/12/6 | Accepted: 2022/04/30 | Published: 2022/04/30

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