Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 13. Number2.  June 2022                           Pp.451-461

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Blended Learning and Flipped Classroom’s Application during Post Pandemic 

Asma Rahmani
Department of Media, Communication and Library Sciences
Faculty of Social and Human Sciences
Batna-1 University, Algeria
Corresponding Author:

 Khadidja Samira Zitouni
Department of English language and literature
Faculty of Letter and Foreign Languages
Barika University Center, Algeria


 Received: 3/30/2022                    Accepted:5/26/2020                       Published:  6/24/2022


The adoption of online learning is continuously growing in the post-COVID-19 pandemic era in the Algerian context. In this account, teachers and academicians tend to change and adjust their teaching pedagogies to fit this type of learning to ensure a high quality of education. Two crucial pedagogical approaches are blended learning and flipped classrooms, which depend on online and face-to-face learning processes. The actual research implements this approach in different subjects taught in a limited four face-to-face courses during the post-pandemic period. The central aim of this paper is to investigate the extent of efficacy of blended learning in combination with the flipped classroom in Algerian foreign language classes. The hypothesis set is that blended learning combined with the flipped online classroom assists learners to a great extent in their learning. To gain empirical data, grids of observation were used by the researchers. The sample of this research consists of 165 learners who belong to different educational levels at both Batna-1 University and Barika’s University Center, Algeria. One of the significant findings of this investigation reveals that blended learning and flipped classrooms efficiently promote a high quality of learning among learners. Likewise, the results indicate that the embedment of this teaching approach reinforces learners’ adoption of online learning.
Keywords: Blended learning, online learning, Flipped classrooms, COVID-19 pandemic

Cite as:  Rahmani, A. & Zitouni, K. S. (2022). Blended Learning and Flipped Classroom’s Application during Post Pandemic. Arab World English Journal, 13 (2) 451-461


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Received: 3/30/2022 
Accepted: 5/26/2020
Published: 6/24/2022

Asma RAHMANI is an assistant professor at the department of Media, Communication, and Library Sciences, Batna-1 University Algeria. Ph.D. holder in TEFL. She is an active member in Psychology of Road User Laboratory. Her area of interest is TEFL and Applied Linguistics.

Dr. Khadidja Samira ZITOUNI, a Ph.D. holder in Applied Linguistics. She is an assistant professor at Barika’s University Center. She was a member in AELT. She is an active member in the Psychology of Road`s User laboratory.  Her area of interest is Applied Linguistics and TEFL.