GENERAL TRENDS OF STUDIES ON FLIPPED CLASSROOM MODEL: BIBLIOMETRIC MAPPING AND CONTENT ANALYSIS

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Elif Meral
Dilek Teke
Muhammed Güler
Zeynep Başcı Namlı

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This study aims to examine the research trends and results of bibliometric mapping analyses of the articles that have been conducted about the Flipped Classroom Model in the field of education in the last ten years. For analysis purposes, 126 articles were accessed from Web of Science for the years between 2010 and 2019. In total, 63 articles were selected from among the articles for bibliometric as well as content analysis. According to the bibliometric analysis the most frequently mentioned keywords are flipped classroom, active learning, and chemical education research, and that many of the articles have focused more on motivation in recent years. The content analysis determines that the variables including not only perception and motivation, but also academic achievement/performance have been the most common topics mentioned in the academic articles. Accordingly, achievement tests, questionnaires and scales have been preferred as data collection tools, and university students appear to have been mostly preferred as a sample group. The quantitative approach has been mostly used as the type of method in the articles in the last decade.

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