Educators now believe that traditional teaching methods, in which students remain passive and the teacher has complete authority, are ineffective. Changes in information and technology have an impact on education as well. In our modern world, the concept of learning, curriculum, teachers, learners are constantly altering, and as a result, learners' expectations from the learning process are changing as well. As a result, various teaching modes are required to adapt to the needs of learners with differing expectations. One of such models is the "flipped classroom" which has recently gained popularity. The relatively efficient use of extra-curricular time is implemented in this classroom. Flipped classroom is described as doing homework and assignments that are supposed to be taught outside of class inside the classroom, and the learning and teaching is conducted out-of-class, so everything is flipped. This article aims to provide information about the mentioned model, its emergence, development, pros and cons, as well as the ways of implementing it, supported by the relevant literature.