Design of a "Micro-Module Bank" for Facilitating Higher Education Teachers to Adopt the Flipped Classroom in Practice
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AbstractNowadays, the flipped classroom has been widely used in higher education. In the flipped classroom model, preclass learning resources such as pre-class videos normally play a significant role in content delivery. However, it requires teachers to invest a huge amount of time and energy in video production. According to CUHK's Academic Development Proposal for 2016-2019 which is aimed to promote eLearning, many pre-class resources called micro-modules to support the flipped classroom have been constructed by teachers from different faculties. To take full advantage of existing micromodule resources for freeing teachers from time-consuming video production, we propose to design a "micro-module bank" where existing pre-class videos and the corresponding mini-assessment can be directly adopted by teachers who want to harness the flipped classroom in their teaching practice. In addition, our micro-module bank will also provide teachers with pedagogical guidance such as in-class activities recommended by the original designers of these micro-modules.
All Author(s) ListShuang Liu, Morris Siu-Yung Jong, Hongbiao Yin, Ho-Fung Leung, Mengyuan Chen
Name of Conference2019 International Symposium on Educational Technology (ISET)
Start Date of Conference02/07/2019
End Date of Conference04/07/2019
Place of ConferenceHradec Kralove
Country/Region of ConferenceCzech Republic
Proceedings TitleProceedings – 2019 International Symposium on Educational Technology (ISET)
Pages301 - 303
LanguagesEnglish-United States
Keywordsthe flipped classroom, the pre-class video, the micro-module bank, in-class activity

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