An Analysis on the Research-oriented Teaching Mode of Flipped Classroom Based on the Curriculum of International Service Trade

Li ZHANG

Abstract


The curriculum of International Service Trade is of great practical use and it is therefore not recommended to adopt the traditional teaching method of one-way communication in the teaching process. As a result, it has become the most prominent problem for the faculties to solve on the innovation of the research-oriented teaching mode based on service trade. Among the solutions, the application of flipped classroom has greatly facilitated the teaching efficiency of service trade. On top of it, this paper analyzes the process and status quo of the curriculum of service trade based on the research-oriented teaching mode of flipped classroom, and puts forward specific strategies from the aspects of improving the proficiency of pre-class preparation, quality of in-class teaching as well as the effect of after-class reinforcement.


Keywords


Flipped classroom; International Trade Service; The research-oriented teaching mode; Strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11662

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