Research on Flipped Classroom Instructional Design Oriented the Cultivation of Subject Consciousness

Ma Xiulin, Liang Jing, Li Sheng, Liu Jingjing


The information age puts forward higher requirements for talent cultivation, and talents with independent learning concept and innovative spirit are urgently needed. As an activity of cultivating people, education plays an important role in promoting students' participation and cultivating students' subject consciousness, while Flipped Classroom provides a new way for that. This study combines the cultivation of subject consciousness with the practice of Flipped Classroom. Firstly, by analyzing the literature, three dimensions of subject consciousness are concluded: self-consciousness, social consciousness and practice consciousness, and the activities, strategies and evaluation of flipped teaching are designed. Then, the flipped mode and instructional design are applied to the teaching of public computer courses, which experienced two rounds of teaching practice. Finally, by comparing the experimental group with the control group and the longitudinal comparison of the time series, it is found that the flipped mode can effectively stimulate students' subject consciousness, and there is an obvious symbiotic relationship between the students' subject consciousness and performance; and it forms the strategy and effective model of cultivating students' subject consciousness.

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International Journal of Social Science Studies   ISSN 2324-8033 (Print)   ISSN 2324-8041 (Online)

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