The characteristics of flipped classroom is to use video to implement teaching, which has been explored many years ago. In the 1950s, the radio and television education carried out in many countries in the world is an example. Why has the exploration done in those years not bring much influence to the traditional teaching mode, but “flipped classroom” has attracted much attention? This is because “flipped classroom” has the following distinct characteristics:
First: reconstruct the learning process
Generally speaking, students’ learning process consists of two stages: the first stage is “information transmission”, which is realized through the interaction between teachers and students, students and students; the second stage is “absorption internalization”, which is completed by students themselves after class. Due to the lack of teachers’ support and peer’s help, “absorption internalization” stage often makes students feel frustrated and lose their motivation and sense of achievement.
Second: review and test is convenient and fast
After watching the teaching video, whether the students understand the learning content, and the four to five small questions followed by the video can help students detect in time and make judgment on their learning situation. If you find that some questions are not well answered, students can go back and look at them again and think carefully about which aspects have problems.
Flipped Classroom Solution Overview
The multi-screen interactive solution for education in the field launched by BiJie Networks fully considers the demands of teachers and students in protocol support and functional design, and is compatible with Airplay, Miracast, WiDi, ChromeCast and BJCast (self-developed) projection protocols. Teachers And students can quickly cast the screen of a mobile phone or PC to the large-screen display device wirelessly.