Hind Mohammed Aboughuffah, Fenny Roshayanti


This study aims at investigating the teachers’ perceptions towards the implementation of the Flipped Classroom FC Strategy in the Libyan school in Jakarta. The research method uses descriptive research. The data collection was carried out by distributing a questionnaire to Biology teachers of the Libyan school, Jakarta. It has been found that most of the targeted teachers have positive perceptions towards the implementation of the FC in teaching Biology in the Libyan school as well as, they have confirmed that the FC meets the allocated time in the classroom. However, the use of the traditional methods in teaching and learning could not be neglected and should be used when necessary. Suggestions to future studies to investigate the real implementation of the FC in a real classroom to examine the theory and practice efficiently.

Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menyelidiki persepsi guru terhadap implementasi Strategi Flipped Classroom (FC) di sekolah Libya di Jakarta. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah penelitian deskriptif. Pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan menyebarkan kuesioner kepada guru Biologi di sekolah Libya, di Jakarta. Ditemukan bahwa sebagian besar guru yang ditargetkan memiliki persepsi positif terhadap implementasi FC dalam pengajaran Biologi di sekolah Libya, dan mereka telah mengonfirmasi bahwa FC memenuhi waktu yang dialokasikan di kelas. Namun, penggunaan metode tradisional dalam pengajaran dan pembelajaran tidak dapat diabaikan dan harus digunakan jika diperlukan. Saran untuk penelitian masa depan adalah untuk menyelidiki implementasi FC yang sebenarnya di kelas nyata untuk menguji teori dan praktik dengan efisien.



Biology; Flipped Classroom Strategy; Perceptions; High School

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