Observations of Flipped Learning and Feedforward Pedagogical Teaching Methods and their Impact on Learning

Published: 5 November 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xxjh8yrnmj.1
Charles Darko


The importance of using Feedforward and Flipped learning as a pedagogical teaching and learning methods were assessed. It was observed that learners made progress irrespective of the approach used. However, it was evident from the observations that even though both methods improved the learning of all learners, there were slight differences in preferred approach based on the ability of the learners. While high-attaining learners preferred Flipped learning approach, the low-attaining learners, on the other hand, favoured the feedforward approach. The results suggest that, in an inclusive class, both approaches become essential in the teaching and learning processes.



The University of Manchester


Education, Teaching, Active Learning, Learning, Teaching Methods, Inclusion in Education, Learning Styles, Feedback