The Analysis of the Practice of Class Turnover in the Freshmen of Our School

ChengHu Zhang


With the rapid development of computer network technology, the traditional way of acquiring knowledge has been gradually replaced by mobile learning and fragmented learning, and the traditional classroom teaching mode also faces severe challenges. How to make effective use of traditional classroom time and meet the personalized needs of students in the information age has become an urgent problem. The flipped classroom originated in the United States provides a new idea for solving this problem. This article, starting with the author's own process of carrying out the overturning class in freshmen, explores the two aspects of the superiority and limitations of the overturned class, aiming at making a paving for the further study of the flipping class and making the model better serve the education and teaching in the age of the computer network.


Flipped classroom; mobile new media; classroom teaching; new mode


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