Persepsi dalam Penggunaan Flipped Classroom dalam Pengajaran dan Pemudahcaraan (Pdpc): Sorotan Literatur Bersistematik

  • Pei Hong Liew Fakulti Pendidikan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
  • Mohd Effendi@Ewen Mohd Matora Fakulti Pendidikan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
Keywords: flipped classroom, ulasan sistematik, persepsi, kelas berbalik, matematik

Abstract

Tujuan artikel ini adalah untuk mengetahui penggunaan flipped classroom dalam pembelajaran dan pemudahcaraan (Pdpc) dalam tempoh 2016 hingga 2020. Satu kajian ulasan sistematik telah dijalankan untuk mendapatkan maklumat yang berkaitan dengan tajuk yang hendak dikaji dengan menggunakan pangkalan data dalam talian seperti ERIC (Education Research and Information), PQDT Online (ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Copyright), Science Direct dan MYTO. Terdapat beberapa kata kunci digunakan iaitu “flipped classroom”, “flipped classroom AND perception” dan “inverted learning” untuk mencari kajian yang berkaitan dengan tajuk melalui enjin carian dalam talian. Kajian yang dicari hanya untuk subjek matematik sahaja. Keputusan kajian mendapati penulisan yang berkaitan dari pelbagai negara seperti United Kingdom, Australia, Turki, Korea, China dan Malaysia. Manakala, fokus utama dalam menjalankan ulasan persepsi dalam penggunaan flipped classroom ini adalah mengenal pasti persepsi dari segi kemahiran, pengetahuan dan sikap. Dapatan kajian turut mendapati bahawa kemahiran dalam sifat persepsi pengguna flipped classroom aspek utama yang dikaji oleh penyelidik. Analisis yang dijalankan menggunakan 30 artikel kajian literatur secara menyeluruh menunjukkan hubungan yang positif antara persepsi dengan sifat-sifat penggunaan flipped classroom.

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Published
2020-12-02
How to Cite
Liew, P. H. and Mohd Matora, M. E. (2020) “Persepsi dalam Penggunaan Flipped Classroom dalam Pengajaran dan Pemudahcaraan (Pdpc): Sorotan Literatur Bersistematik”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 5(12), pp. 188 - 200. doi: https://doi.org/10.47405/mjssh.v5i12.565.
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