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Therefore, educators have to learn their perception with need a deeper understanding about how students perceive flipped classroom and how students’ viewing it to contribute their ability to think critically, to collaborate, and to use media for learning.
In line with the previous study, “Student Perceptions of the Flipped Classroom” was written by Graham Brent Johnson (2013). He found that 70% students who like and have a positive experience with flipped classroom, and 91% students responded positively that flipped classroom can support their learning in mathematics classroom because in flipped classroom they do more work at home rather than traditional classroom in free time, spent more efficiently to complete their daily assignments, and complete lesson video for the next day at the end of class.
In fact, the writer does not find yet any similar studies with Graham’s research in English classroom especially in Indonesia because some expert and journal from other countries what the writer has read only focus on the implementation and students’ perception of flipped classroom on mathematics, and science due to they are more prefer and interested to do a research in other classrooms, not in English