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Korean Journal of General Education 2019;13(6):521-545.
Published online December 30, 2019.
A Case Study of Flipped Learning in College Liberal Arts Classes
Moonju Kim, Hwayoung Yu
대학 인문교양 수업의 플립러닝 사례연구
김문주, 유화영
This is a case study on how online pre-learning materials were produced to effectively utilize flipped learning in university, and what teaching-learning strategies were used in the classroom to enhance learning effects. Throughout the case study, the purpose of this study is to provide practical guidelines to be considered in the lesson design and operation of flipped learning. The subjects of study were 137 students in three classes who took liberal arts classes at C University in Korea. The students in the three classes were from different majors, and the sizes and atmosphere of the classes were very different, which would be an effective case study applying the same flipped learning method. Flipped learning were conducted for 10 weeks out of 15 weeks of the term. The instructor made online contents by oneself, using a tool provided by the portal site, and then uploaded them to LMS. As a result, flipped learning plays a role of facilitator for students motivation to learn, and the instructor recognizes the direction of the class accurately and designs the class.
Key Words: flipped learning, pre-learning, class design, online content, case study


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