Implementing the Flipped Learning Comprehensive Model (FLCM) through Basic Informatics Course, Van Lang University, 2021 – 2022
Keywords:eLearning, LMS Moodle, LMS, H5P, FLCM
During the implementation phase of the Elearning teaching system for the 2021-2022 school year, with the requirements set forth for the subject of research and implementation of the teaching system, it is possible to apply flexible teaching for a group ranging from 0% to 100% of students and online learners. At the same time, it encourages students to actively participate in learning throughout the learning content deployed by the subject. We have focused on research and implementation of the comprehensive Flipped Learning Model, The Flipped Learning Comprehensive Model – FLCM, which uses H5P interactive teaching content to provide instant, attention-grabbing feedback for students. Furthermore, we also implement the development and rearrangement of learning materials and learning activities that require learners to complete their studies according to the set course schedule. Besides the development of content, we also have interactive lectures that return immediate results to help attract students to complete the course. We have implemented the FLCM model during the 1st and 2nd semesters of the academic year 2021 – 2022, with more than 12,000 students. At the end of the course, we collected statistics on positive and proactive changes in students through learning activities on the Elearning site implemented by the FLCM method. Due to the content with interactive videos, the number of active students increased by over 70%.
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