Face-to-face Teaching in the Flipped Classroom Supported by Visualization Tools – Taking the course of “Architectural Design of Housing” as an Example

Lili Liu

Abstract


Multimedia-based information technology, especially the flipped classroom using micro video technology, has gradually changed the traditional classroom teaching and become a new teaching method to improve teaching quality. The “five-ones” teaching model combines the theory of flipped learning, micro-video theory and learning target cognitive hierarchy. Visualization tools can create real-time, evidence-based, full-participating classrooms, generating a positive effect on classroom teaching reform. Therefore, with the focus on the course of Architectural Design of Housing, a number of students of X-university majoring in civil construction were involved in an experiment of face-to-face teaching in the flipped classroom supported by visualization tools under the “five-ones” teaching model. The results show that face-to-face teaching in the flipped classroom supported by visualization tools under the “five-ones” teaching model has a significant effect on improving the quality of course teaching, but it also puts higher requirements on the teaching environment, teachers’ ability and students’ self-control.

Full Text:

PDF


Copyright (c) 2019 Lili Liu


International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
Creative Commons License
Indexing:
Scopus logo Clarivate Analyatics ESCI logo EI Compendex logo IET Inspec logo DOAJ logo DBLP logo Learntechlib logo EBSCO logo Ulrich's logo Google Scholar logo MAS logo