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Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences
A flip classroom is closely related to the inverted classroom that promotes learning outside the classroom (Lage et al., 2000). The main reason for the implementation of the flipped classroom is to free up the allotted learning time at school so that more engaging activities could be done (Milman, 2014). Since the flipped classroom is still at its early phase in Malaysia, there are limited studies done in this area (A. Rahman, Abdullah, Mohammed, Mohd Zaid, & Aris, 2014). This preliminary studydoi:10.31580/apss.v4i2.761 fatcat:auj3m4h32rh2npuu4sarfykev4