Study the Parents’ Experience Regarding the Use of Flipped Classroom in Situation of Lockdown Due to Covid-19 at School Level: A Phenomenological Study

Authors

  • Kainat, Dr. Sohaib Sultan

Abstract

Now a day in the pandemic situation of the COVID -19 the schools had use flipped
classroom techniques for the learning at the elementary level. Utilization of this flipped
classroom approach in such a manner forced the researchers to study parents’ experience
regarding the use of flipped classroom in situation of lockdown due to covid-19 at school level.
Flipped classroom approach were the technique integrated he technology in the education. The
qualitative method were utilized by the researchers whereas phenomenological research design
were utilized. Researchers had designs the semi-structured interviews for the data collection.
Papulation were the parents of students who were learning through this strategy at elementary
level, purposive sampling technique were used and sample size (n=9). Data were analyze
through words and phrases concerning ones expressions. Research results had showed that the
news way of learning through technology new educational application were utilized by learners
as technology is used positively and satisfactory for parents, however it was also crazy and a lot
of work for them, it has been observed every child needs a device and good network speed to
make it difficult for parents, and it is also expensive The study had recommended that the free application and internet services were given through the government and teachers should trained
for these techniques advance applications are design by government

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Published

2020-12-03

How to Cite

Kainat, Dr. Sohaib Sultan. (2020). Study the Parents’ Experience Regarding the Use of Flipped Classroom in Situation of Lockdown Due to Covid-19 at School Level: A Phenomenological Study. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8643 - 8654. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2270