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Study on the Flipped Classroom Teaching Reform of "This Course" for College Students

Lingzhi Li

Abstract


Under the background of global informatization, "this course" must keep up with the development of society, which requires colleges and universities to reform their own teaching mode, such as flipped classroom, MOOCS, etc. Through the development of network platform and teaching video, the teaching concept can be better innovated, which will realize the transformation to the student-centered direction. Through flipped classroom, the interaction between the form and content of the course can be realized. Therefore, the teaching reform of "this course" is very necessary. Based on the flexibility and openness of flipped classroom, the evaluation of teaching effect can be better managed, which will arouse the enthusiasm of teachers and students. First of all, this paper analyzes the necessity of flipped classroom. Then, this paper puts forward some questions. Finally, some suggestions are put forward.


Keywords


"This Course"; Teaching Reform; Flipped Classroom

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/le.v9i3.827

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