Student Learning Arrangement Based On The ‘Flipped Classroom’ Model’


The article is devoted to the topical issues of remote student-teacher interaction in the Moodle environment. The article dwells on the opportunity of using the ‘Flipped Class’ model in higher education as one of the models of blended learning as it seems to be the most reasonable in today’s epidemiological situation. During the study, the authors review psychological, educational and methodological literature on the problem of including the flipped classroom technology in teaching Teacher Training students, cover the use of modern information and communication technologies in education, report on the regulatory documentation related to the learning process in higher education; best practices of remote interaction between students and lecturers in a teacher-training university. As a result of the study, the authors describe the stages of planning a lesson typical of the ‘Flipped Class’ model, touch upon the trends of the course content transformation using modern information and communication technologies, give examples of digital tools that are supposed to be introduced into the interactive forms for teaching undergraduate students. The results obtained during the educational experiment and presented in the paper, point to the effectiveness of the ‘Flipped Class’ model in learning for Teacher Training undergraduate students.

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03 June 2022

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Raskina, I. I., Shtepa, J. P., Kurganova, N. A., & Korobeynikova, N. A. (2022). Student Learning Arrangement Based On The ‘Flipped Classroom’ Model’. In & N. G. Bogachenko (Ed.), AmurCon 2021: International Scientific Conference, vol 126. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 802-808). European Publisher.