Application Research of Flipped Classroom Mode in Ideological and Political Theory Courses: Taking “Ideological and Moral Cultivation and Legal Basis” as an Example

Xiaoqing TANG

Abstract


The arrival of Flipped Classroom mode has exerted positive influence on our nation’s education and has been a driving force for our nation’s educational reform. This thesis has elaborated ideas, features and teaching ways of flipped classroom after introduction of promotion of flipped classroom mode and its application situation in our nation. Moreover, this thesis has analyzed implementation of flipped classroom mode in college ideological and political theory courses by a case study (Implementation of flipped classroom mode in the course “Ideological and moral cultivation and legal basis”). Flipped classroom is made of three parts including independent study before classes, flipped study during classes and practices after classes. And these three sections have linked among each other, all of which leads to the whole teaching unit. Therefore, flipped classroom mode has integrated theory with practice, curriculum activities with extracurriculum ones and on-line interactions with off-line ones so that students can internalize the gains from ideological and political theories courses and the information in these courses can be time-oriented. Besides, teachers in this field, without hesitation, should spare no efforts in the innovation of teaching ideas, frames and ways in the context of increasing pluralism and utilitarianism in college students’ thoughts. And theories and practices of flipped classroom mode have brought us opportunities to the above innovations. Last but not the least, the implementation advice of flliped classroom mode on teaching from this thesis can be a reference to teaching reforms of other subjects.


Keywords


Flipped classroom; College students; Ideological and political theory course

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

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