Analysis of the Effectivines of Flipped Classroom Implementation Through WhatsApp, Web, and Google Classroom in Elementary Schools

  • (1)  Dzakiroh Fikriyyah            Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo  

  • (2)  Ida Rindaningsih            Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo  

    (*) Corresponding Author



Flipped Classroom, Application, Student Learning Outcomes


The Development Of Information Technology Can Change The Learning Model That Tends To Be Passive Into Active Learning With An Innovative Digital-Based Classroom Model. Learning Models That Are By Technological Development And Related To Learning Outside The Classroom And In The Classroom Are Needed. The Purpose Of The Study Was To Determine The Effectiveness Of Flipped Classroom Learning On The Learning Outcomes Of Elementary School Students. This Research Is Quantitative Research And Has Gone Through A Data Analysis Test. The Finding In This Study Is The Existence Of Flipped Cl Classroom Learning Flows On Whatsapp, Web, And Google Classroom. The Results Showed That There Were Variants Of Differences In Learning Results In Each Tool Used By Schools. The Findings In This Study Are Conducive Learning Flows Based On Flipped Classroom Studies And Learning Outcomes That Have Been Researched By Previous Researchers.


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How to Cite

Fikriyyah, D., & Rindaningsih, I. (2023). Analysis of the Effectivines of Flipped Classroom Implementation Through WhatsApp, Web, and Google Classroom in Elementary Schools. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 36, 42-51.