Abstract: Today, the traditional classroom model teaching approaches in which learners are not active and teacher control everything is found insufficient by the educators. The effect of change in information and technology is seen in education field, too. In our world in which the only unchanging thing is change, the meaning of concepts such as education, teachers, learner, learning process are changing and as a result the expectation of learners from learning process varies. Consequently, different teaching models which respond the expectations of learners whose expectations differ are needed. One of these models is “Flipped Classroom Model” which started to spread recently. In this model, the effective use of out-of-class time is seen. In such a way that, the teaching in the classroom is presented to learners out of class, it is defined as carrying out the homework and activities, which are expected to be taught out of class because learners need teachers, in the classroom. For this purpose, this study aims to give information about emergence, development process, basis and procedures of Flipped Classroom Model and also reveal unknown aspects of model through discussing effects, advantages and disadvantages in company with literature.