Effectivity of Flipped Learning Combined with Team Based Learning Towards Academic Performance and Student Statisfaction in Medical Surgical Nursing Course

Anselmus Aristo Parut, Ni Luh Putu Inca Buntari Agustini

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Introduction: Flipped classroom is an instructional model which is flipping the traditionally learning method used in class now being the homework for college students, while classes are conducted face to face using collaborative learning and inquiry-based learning method. This study aimed to explain the effectiveness of flipped classroom learning combined with team based learning toward learning achievement and satisfaction of nursing students. Methods: this was a quasi experimental study using non equivalent group post test only design. Population was year two students class A and class B, sample size was 161 students which is 81 students from class A and 80 students from class B. Results: more respondents were satisfied with flipped classroom learning combined with team based learning (92.6%). Mean rank of group undertaking flipped classroom combined with team based learning were higher (96.90) compared to group undertaking traditional method (64.91). Mann-whitney showed that p value = 0.000 which means there was a different of learning achievement between group of student  undertaking flipped classroom learning combined with team based learning and students undertaking traditional method. Conclusions : Flipped classroom combined with team based learning are  more effective than the traditional learning. It is recommended to use mix-method and larger sample for further study.


flipped learning, effectivity, learning achievement, nursing education

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