Experience Of Using Flipped Classroom Strategy In School


The article is devoted to the methodological aspects of developing personal protective equipment (PPE) skills while teaching health and safety and substantiating effective engagement of senior high school students in practical activities in this area using a flipped learning model. In the current context, large-scale works to save the environment of the Earth carried out as part of the disarmament policy, elimination of nuclear and chemical weapon can lead to accidents and incidents with emission of chemically hazardous and radioactive substances that can be harmful to human life and health. The aim is to study the development of PPE skills using a flipped classroom while teaching health and safety. The article presents an analysis of key indicators showing the flipped classroom strategy efficiency. We considered the general issues of preparing school students for survival in the face of anthropogenic hazards and developing the personality able to behave safely. We substantiated the necessity to spend, during health and safety lessons, more time on practical teaching methods that will develop students’ PPE skills more effectively. We offered the approaches to teaching health and safety, proved the flipped classroom strategy efficiency.

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