Everything You Need To Know About Flipped Classroom Model

Is the regular form of going to college and sitting in classes not working for you anymore? Are you looking for a more relaxed and suitable form of learning? Then, finding and understanding the flipped classroom learning modules is quite important.


What Is Flipped Learning?


Flipped Classroom is a blended learning method where students have the freedom of going through the course material beforehand and then practice working on the concepts later in class. It allows them to grasp the content at their own speed and set their study schedule accordingly.


What Is The Future Of Flipped Learning?


In recent times, such a method of studying has become more common due to covid-19 as education institutions have adapted hybrid systems to accommodate pandemic regulations. Initially, classes went from in-person to being conducted online at the beginning of 2020. And now, they are a mixture of in-person and online sessions with studying methods adjusted accordingly. 


The Consequences of the pandemic time period showcase the traditional class learning methods are no longer the norm and efficient mode of studying as they used to be. With the surge in technology, course materials for any subject can be easily found online and worked through. 


There are two sides to flipped learning and its various factors:

Students At Home
Students In Class (online or physical)
Watch an online lecture that allows them to pause or rewind
Discussion with peers
Read physical or digital text on certain subjects beforehand
Teacher Interaction for the concepts they didn't understand
Research the topic online
Practical tasks assessment and review

What To Prefer?


Is The Most efficient learning model differs for each individual. Some prefer to classic classroom methos while other are gravitating towards flipped learning. It is important to recognize what works best for you. IEC has adopted the flipped classroom model in their online courses as it allows students to learn on their own with the guidance of expert instructors.


Our students have shared their experience with Flipped Classroom Learning in IEC:

student review

 Muhammad Arqum Bin najeeb,  says, “I found this method to be more effective because in traditional classrooms students are unaware of the content that is discussed during the class whereas this method helped me to prepare better and learn more effectively.



 Kiran, conveys, “I believe that the Flipped Classroom model has its pros and cons, like any other educational approach. While it has its benefits of allowing students to review course content on their own time and at their own pace, it can also lead to a communication problem where only a few students dominate class discussions and the others are not as involved. Additionally, there is a concern that some students may not come prepared, which can impact the quality of the discussion. That being said, it’s important for teachers to find ways to engage all students and ensure that everyone is participating and taking advantage of the opportunities the Flipped Classroom model provides.”


 Muhammad Munaf ul Hassan,  expresses, “I think this is something much better than the traditional way because we can learn the content from anywhere but the questions that come in our mind afterwards are what we need help with and Flipped Classrooms help in exactly that.