|Title||Flipped Arabic Language Classes: The Learner's Perspective|
The flipped classroom approach – it is often claimed – marks a fundamental change in pedagogic perspective. It reverses conventional teaching practice, aims to maximize one-to-one interactions and minimizes direct instruction. A number of studies have been conducted to evaluate the effectiveness and utility of the approach. Yet studies that focus on the learner perspective are limited, the outcomes inconsistent and generally inconclusive.
|Keywords||Flipped Classroom, Arabic language, learner perceptive, speaking skills.|
|Conference||Arabic Language Teaching and learning in UK Higher Education Conference|