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The Instructional Design Model for Applying Flipped Learning in Engineering Courses
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 Title & Authors
The Instructional Design Model for Applying Flipped Learning in Engineering Courses
Rim, Kyung-Hwa; Kim, Tae-Hyun;
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 Abstract
As the interests in the flipped learning has recently been increased in the educational field, the number of engineering professors has tended to apply the flipped learning method to their classes. However there has been few research which guide to design engineering courses applying the flipped learning method. This study aims to suggest an instructional design model for the flipped learning according to the case of applying the flipped learning method to an engineering course, "Mechanical Vibrations". This study provides practical guidelines for engineering professors to design their theory oriented courses applying the flipped learning method.
 Keywords
Flipped Class;Flipped Learning;Instructional Design Model;Teaching Method;
 Language
Korean
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