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This action research aimed to develop the flipped classroom model for encourage science communication skills in nervous system and structure and movement system contents. The participants were 24 students in semester 2, academic year 2016, in Phitsanulok Province. The research tools consisted of lesson plans, reflective journals, student learning journals and science communication observation form. The process of action research had been proceed 3 cycles, and this research used content analysis with method triangulation and resource triangulation for reliability of data. The results showed that; there were 4 steps in the flipped classroom model. Step 1: experiential engagement was activities in classroom in order to prepare the students to learn by themselves in next step. In step 2: concept exploration, the students must learn with 15-minutes videos and summarize what they learned. In step 3: meaning making, the students created scientific questions and answered others on Facebook. Finally, step 4: demonstration and application was activities in classroom that promote the students to use their knowledge for creating the learn task. Step 2 and step 3 focused on knowledge noting for science communication skill improvement through writing. In addition, step 1 and step 4 focused on working with others for science communication skill improvement through speaking.
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