Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Language, Education, Humanities & Innovation 2015
ISBN 978-967-13140-2-9

Improving Student Achievement in Mathematics through the Flipped Classroom Model

Anirut Poomorn

International College, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University


This classroom action research aims to develop student achievement in mathematics based on the flipped classroom model. Efficiency of the proposed model, student learning effectiveness, and student satisfaction had been measured. The participants were 35 grade-11 students studying in the second semester, academic year 2014, Mahaprutaram Girls’ School under the Royal Patronage of Her Majesty the Queen, Bangkok, Thailand. Instruments used in this study are consisted of 9 lesson plans based on the flipped classroom model, achievement tests for examine student learning effectiveness, and a questionnaire used to evaluate student satisfaction. The selected topic used in this research is “Vector in 3 Dimensions”. The data was statistically analyzed using descriptive statistics. The E_1/E_2 criteria was used to evaluate learning process efficiency, an effectiveness index was used to examine student learning effectiveness, and a questionnaire with five-point Likert-scale was used to analyze student satisfaction. The research findings show that the learning process has efficiency at 90.60/88 attaining above the 80/80 standard. Student learning effectiveness after being instructed had an effectiveness index score of 0.7868 which means student knowledge had increased by 78.68% comparing with their basis. Student satisfaction towards the instruction is at high level (4.00 out of 5.00).


Flipped Classroom, Achievement in Mathematics, Student Satisfaction Vector in Three Dimensions

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