Teaching Application of Micro-lesson and Flipped Classroom

Education Quarterly Reviews

ISSN 2621-5799

Published: 10 July 2019

Teaching Application of Micro-lesson and Flipped Classroom

Fan Zhang, Shuxiong Feng

Central South University of Forestry & Technology (China), University of Delaware (USA)

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10.31014/aior.1993.02.03.80

Pages: 480-486

Keywords: Application Significance, Micro-Lesson, Flipped Classroom, Application Value, Problem Analysis

Abstract

The paper introduced the application significance of micro-lesson and flipped classroom teaching model. It discussed the application value and analyzed the problems of the flipped classroom teaching model. Implications of practices of the teaching model are also discussed.

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