The flipped classroom in second language learning: A meta-analysis

@article{Vitta2020TheFC,
  title={The flipped classroom in second language learning: A meta-analysis},
  author={Joseph P. Vitta and Ali H. Al-Hoorie},
  journal={Language Teaching Research},
  year={2020}
}
Flipped learning has become a popular approach in various educational fields, including second language teaching. In this approach, the conventional educational process is reversed so that learners do their homework and prepare the material before going to class. Class time is then devoted to practice, discussion, and higher-order thinking tasks in order to consolidate learning. In this article, we meta-analysed 56 language learning reports involving 61 unique samples and 4,220 participants… 
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