The study aims to identify the effectiveness of using the flipped classroom in teaching mathematics to develop learning efficiency and Self-regulated learning skills among first-grade secondary students, and the study attempted to answer the study questions through the use of: the descriptive approach in preparing the theoretical framework for the study, and in preparing its tools, as well as In analyzing and interpreting results, and making recommendations and suggestions, The experimental curriculum was also used in the field experiment for the study, and the study tools were applied (a list of self-organized learning skills suitable for first-grade secondary students - a teacher's guide to the student's book for the unit "Theories of proportionality in a triangle" contained in the engineering course in mathematics for the first secondary grade and was formulated using the classroom The opposite for female students in the first grade of secondary school - a measure of self-regulated learning skills (cognitive skills - metacognitive skills) and an achievement test in the unit "Theories of proportionality in the triangle") on the female students of the first grade of secondary Al-Azhar (34 students) at the Institute for Girls Tama P/S and the Institute for Girls Tahta P / S of the Sohag Azhar region, The results, when calculating the value of "Z", highlighted the existence of a statistically significant difference between the mean scores of the female students in the pre and post application of the cognitive skills scale, and the metacognitive scale, the self-regulated learning skills scale as a whole and the achievement test in favor of the post application, which is a statistically significant difference at the level of (0.01) This indicates the effect of teaching the unit formulated "Theories of proportionality in the triangle" according to the inverted chapter. By calculating the size and type of the effect, it becomes clear that the effect size reached (0.806), (0.876), (0.883), (0.896) and this is an indication of the high size of the effect for using the inverted separation. In developing the learning efficiency and self-regulated learning skills of the study group students, The study also found a positive statistically significant correlation at the level (0.01) between learning efficiency and self-regulated learning skills, and encouraging students to make optimal use of modern technologies, which helps self-learning and achieve the desired educational and educational goals. Therefore, the current study recommends training for teachers to produce The educational materials and sections about the flipped classroom and how to benefit from it, and the use of the flipped classroom in teaching other units from other subjects.
ثروت عبد الرحمن حمد, هناء
"اسخدام الفصل المعكوس في تدريس الرياضيات لتنمية كفاءة اتعلم ومهارات التعلم المنظم ذاتيا لدى طلاب المرحلة الثانوية,"
Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط: Vol. 36
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jfe_au/vol36/iss6/4