Effects On Academic Achievement Of Flipped Learning İn Algorithms And Programming Education
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of the "flipped learning" on university students’ academic achievement. In this regard, 220 students studying in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Programming in Aksaray University participated to the study. As data collection tool, an academic achievement test was developed by researchers. Validity and reliability issues for the test were established. Algorithms and Programming were selected as subject areas since university students experience significant learning difficulties. The study, after a pilot study, was carried out for 8 weeks. In data analysis, using SPSS 24software program, it was analyzed how the dependent variable, academic success, changed according to different teaching methods by using t-test. As a result, it was seen that a significant difference was found between the average scores of students in each program. When the flipped learning for programming education at university level is constructed in a well-structured way, it emerges as an effective learning method for increasing academic success.