Date of Conference: 20-21 May 2021
Date Added to IEEE Xplore: 29 June 2021
The purposes of this study were 1) to study the EFL students’ perspectives on language learning by using flipped classrooms, and 2) to study additional suggestions from the students. The research samples were first year undergraduate 125 students enrolling in English classes during the second semester of academic year 2020 derived through Simple Random Sampling technique. As a digital era, it is significant to avoid the teaching-learning process which is focused on teacher-centered as this type of classroom environment may root an unpleasant learning outcome. Thus, implementing the approach named Flipped Learning is believed as an important learning tool that may change the traditional approach of students’ learning. Rating-scale and open-ended questionnaire were then used for collecting the research data. The data analysis was to present frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation and content analysis derived from the study. The research findings indicated that Flipped Learning in English classes caused the positive learning outcome according to the respondents’ perceptions with some suggestions such as; Flipped method should be applied in other subjects, self-study activities should be taught by online in COVID-19 pandemic.