Research on Blended Learning Mode Based on the Micro-Lecture in Database Application

Research on Blended Learning Mode Based on the Micro-Lecture in Database Application

Fangqin Ying

College of DongFang, Zhejiang University of Finance & Economics, Zhejiang, Haining, China, 314408

Corresponding Author Email: 
yfq502@126.com
Page: 
62-66
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.18280/rces.030303
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Accepted: 
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Published: 
30 September 2016
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Abstract: 

With the development of educational technology, micro-lecture and flipped classroom becomes a hot topic all over the world. Blended learning which combining the face to face teaching and online learning is becoming a trend in colleges and universities. Flipped classroom is based on micro-lecture. The paper introduces the background and significance of flipped classroom and blended learning; Taking Database Application course as an example, presents a kind of flipped classroom model based on micro-lecture, and gives the framework and process, as well as means of the manufacture of micro-lecture. The blended teaching mode is refreshing and has practical significance. Practice shows that the model can meet the needs of personalized learning, promote the quality of teaching.

Keywords: 

Micro-lecture, Database application, Flipped-classroom, Blended learning.

1. Introduction
2. Situation Analysis of Database Application Course
3. Application Blended Learning Strategies Based on Micro-Lecture
4. Results of Blended Learning
5. Conclusion and Future Work
Acknowledgement
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