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Hesitation and Choice in the Application of “Flip Classroom” Teaching Model in Law Teaching

Na Yin


As a new teaching model, “flip classroom” is favored by many colleges and universities, and adopting this teaching model requires corresponding teaching arrangements according to its characteristics. Through comparison, we find that “flip classroom” is more suitable for the curriculum setting of academic graduates, and should cooperate with the training objectives and evaluation system to meet the pre-set teaching goals, and achieve the original intention of using “flip classroom” teaching model.


Flipped Classroom; Graduate level; Application

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[3] The six categories of “knowledge-understanding-application-analysis-synthesis-evaluation” referred to in this article refer to: knowledge refers to students’ cognition and memory of basic knowledge; understanding refers to students’ ability to understand the knowledge behind preliminary understanding of principles and laws; application means that students can initially apply correct principles and rules to analyze the corresponding phenomena; analysis means that students can decompose complex things into various simple elements and clarify the relationship between the elements; comprehensive means students can use the material draws conclusions about the content of the study and makes inferences about the legal issues that are consistent with the objective facts; evaluation means that the student can and has the opportunity to reflect on and evaluate the learning effect.

[4] Liu Y. An Analysis of the application of law flip classroom based on bloom education theory. Journal of Changchun University; December 2018. p. 104-105.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i8.2580