The Effect of Flipped Learning on Islamic Education Achievement among United Arab Emirate' Tenth Graders and Their Attitudes Towards It

Adwan Mohammad Bani-Hamad, Mohammad abdulsalam Alarood, Talal Ali Mohammad Alnaqbi


This study aimed at finding out the effect of flipped learning on Islamic education achievement of tenth graders in the United Arab Emirates as well as their attitudes towards it. The study sample consisted of two sections of 10th grades for boys one as experimental group from Remah school consisted of (21) students taught by the flipped learning strategy and control group of (20) students from Alkhazna school taught by the conventional method, semi experimental design was used, where the achievement test prepared by researchers was administered on both groups, pre and post treatment, in addition to the scale of attitudes towards flipped learning which was administered on experimental group. Results showed statistically significant differences of (α = 0.05) level in student’s achievement where experimental out performed controls, further more strong positive attitudes towards flipped learning among experimental were found.

Keywords: Flipped learning, achievement, student’s attitude, tenth grade.

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