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Teaching in the modern world is at its peak and old teaching methods are beginning to lose their significance; instead, various methods emerged that are far superior to the traditional method. Due to the fact that many new different methods have appeared, the shortcomings of the traditional one has become noticeable, and this method has become ineffective. In today's world, it's nearly hard to picture studying without the use of cutting-edge technology. Today's training must fulfill the expectations of society, youth, and employers, which will be accomplished via the use of modern technology and current teaching techniques. As a result of these demands teachers frequently face difficulties in choosing the best method of teaching. In arrange to progress the quality of learning, the author of this article presents the concept of the Flipped Classroom method.
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