Abstract

“Flipped Classroom” is one of the most pop teaching models, and has been applied in more and more curriculums. It is totally different from the traditional teaching model. In the “Flipped Classroom” model, the students should watch the teaching video afterschool, and in the classroom only the discussion is proceeded to improve the students’ comprehension. In this presentation, “Flipped Classroom” was studied and practiced in opto-electronic technology curriculum; its effect was analyzed by comparing it with the traditional teaching model.

Based on extensive and deep investigation, the phylogeny, the characters and the important processes of “Flipped Classroom” are studied. The differences between the “Flipped Classroom” and the traditional teaching model are demonstrated. Then “Flipped Classroom” was practiced in opto-electronic technology curriculum. In order to obtain high effectiveness, a lot of teaching resources were prepared, such as the high-quality teaching video, the animations and the virtual experiments, the questions that the students should finish before and discussed in the class, etc. At last, the teaching effect was evaluated through analyzing the result of the examination and the students’ surveys.

© 2017 OSA, SPIE, ICO, IEEE

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