Managing Flipped Classroom Strategy: Impact On Academic Achievement In Tertiary Institutions In
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Managing Flipped Classroom Strategy: Impact On Academic Achievement In Tertiary Institutions In Ebonyi State, Nigeria
The study investigated the implication of flipped classroom strategy on academic achievement among students of tertiary institutions within Ebonyi State, Nigeria. Quasi experimental design of non-equivalence and randomization, pre-test and post-test was employed to examine control and experimental groups respectively. The study lasted for a period of 12 weeks. Three research questions and three null hypotheses were formulated and tested at 0.05 level of significance. The instrument used for the study was Education Technology Achievement Test (ETAT).DownloadViews: 77

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