Pakistan Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation (PJERE), Vol 9, No 1 (2021)

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Undergraduate Students’ Intention to Utilize Flipped Classroom Strategy for Learning

ONOJAH Amos Ochayi, ONOJAH Adenike Aderogba, ODEWUMI Michael Olubunmi


This study investigated undergraduate students’ intention to utilize the flipped classroom (FC) for learning, as well as the influence of gender and school ownership on its use for learning. The sample comprised of 1800 university students selected randomly crosswise the campuses in south-west in Nigeria. (of which country area of country) A fractious-segment survey kind was employed using the researcher-developed questionnaire. The research instrument was validated by six experts and pilot tested on 50 students of the University of Ilorin. The result of the reliability of the research instrument (the result of what) was 0.82 which makes the instrument highly reliable. Hypothesis one was tested employing t-test and the second hypothesis with Analysis of variance. The results via this study established that students had good intentions towards the use of FC for learning; no momentous change between male and female students’ intention to the usage of FC for education; and school ownership influence students’ use of FC for learning.

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