Attitudes of the Students of Open Education toward the Education Strategy using the Flipped class, and their Relation to the Development of Self-Learning Skills

hussain mohammad aburayash


The study aimed to identify the attitudes of students of open education towards the flipped class strategy of the opposite grade and its relation to self-learning skills. To achieve the goals of the study, the measure of the direction towards education was constructed in the opposite grade and the self-learning skills scale. The sample of the study consisted of (60) male and female students of higher diploma in education studying the decisions of the educational administration and Educational Psychology in the Arab Open University / Jordan.

    The results of the study showed a positive trend for university students towards education in the opposite grade, with the percentage of the trends as a whole (90%). The results of the study also showed a positive correlation between each of the students' attitudes toward education in the opposite grade and each of the variables (academic motivation, self-monitoring, self-learning skills, self-learning writing skills), and no correlation between students' and skills in dealing with information technology.


Open Education, flipped Classroom, Self-Learning Skills


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