Research on Teaching Process of “Flipped Classroom”

Chunhong LIU

Abstract


Since 2000 we have seen quite many researches on the “Flipped classroom”, a new educational approach, however, the majority of these researches quite often leaned towards the aspect of the practice or the instruction system design, thus not abundant focus on its concrete process. This text would like to present a detailed description of a complete instructional process with five positive cycles, an experiment designed to compare diverse educational approaches, and the controlling method applied in it, all of which with a combination with the ASSURE model of instructional design; in this way, one could clearly get into the systematic but not rigid system of a Flipped classroom.


Keywords


Flipped classroom; Educational approaches; Italian language teaching; The ASSURE model; Positive cycle

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10164

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