E-learning application according to the flipped classroom model towards approaching the fourth industrial revolution - Vo Thi Kim Loan

Vo Thi Kim Loan

E-learning application according to the flipped classroom model towards approaching the fourth industrial revolution

DOI - 10.32743/UniPsy.2022.97.7.14015


E- learning; flipped classroom, innovative teaching and learning methods.

Ключевые слова

дистанционное обучение; перевернутый класс; инновационные методы преподавания и обучения.


The explosion and increasingly strong development of the Internet and information technology has not only a strong impact on the development of professions but it has also been and is profoundly changing the face of world education in general and Vietnamese education particular. E-Learning is considered a breakthrough that changes the world education and is an indispensable training in the coming years of universities. The article presents the achievements of E-learning in the field of education, from which the author proposes the process of applying E-learning according to the flipped classroom model in the teaching and learning process in order to train citizens to learn to approach the fourth industrial revolution.


Стремительное и интенсивное развитие Интернета и информационных технологий оказало сильное влияние не только на развитие профессий, но и кардинально изменило облик мирового образования в целом, и вьетнамского образования в частности. Дистанционное обучение считается крупным достижением, которое изменило мировое образование, и является неотъемлемой частью обучения в университетах на протяжении нескольких лет. В статье представлены результаты дистанционного обучения в области профессионального образования, на основе которых автор предлагает методы использования дистанционного обучения во время образовательного процесса в соответствии с технологией «перевернутый класс» для обучения граждан в условиях четвертой промышленной революции.


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