Investigation and Research on the Implementation Effect of Flipped Classroom With S Province as a Case

Wenhui ZHU

Abstract


At present, the research on the connotation extension, advantages and mode design of the newly emerging reverse teaching mode of the flip classroom is rich and thorough, but the research on its implementation effect is almost vacant. In view of this, taking 44 schools in S province that are conducting exploratory experiments of flipped classroom as the survey object, By means of questionnaire survey, this paper investigated and studied the learning effects of students in the three stage of pre-class learning, in-class activities and after-class consolidation of flipped classroom. By means of classroom observation and in-depth interview, this paper investigated and studied teachers’ burnout, teaching and research ability and teaching philosophy in flipped classroom, so as to observe the effectiveness of flipped classroom as a foreign product in the context of Chinese education from these two aspects. The survey results show that the implementation of flipped classroom has a positive impact on 13 secondary indicators of students in three stages to varying degrees, and can reduce teachers’ sense of burnout, improve teachers’ teaching and research ability, and improve teachers’ teaching philosophy.

Keywords


Flipped classroom; Pre-Class learning; In-Class activities; After-class consolidation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12284

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