Author: Teresa Ribeirinha

ESES – Santarém Polytechnic University
Life Quality Research Centre



During the pandemic, the Flipped Classroom Model (FCM) garnered attention for its potential to enhance online learning. An action research cycle was conducted with Portuguese secondary school students to assess how technology, through the FCM, could support their learning in an online context. The proposal was designed and evaluated according to the Triple E model, and student perceptions were gathered through interviews. The findings suggest that combining technology in the implementation of the FCM, along with pedagogical strategies emphasizing its benefits, allowed for increased student engagement, enhancement, and extension of learning. However, several issues need to be considered to optimise student learning in a technology-supported environment.

Read the full article in February 2024 Newsletter