Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on Innovative Research in Education
The adaptability of the Flipped Classroom pedagogical model to 100% online teaching
Pello Jimbert, Maider Iturrondobeitia, Isabel Herrero, Jaime Lopez and Urtzi Llano
Traditional teaching model based on master classes where the teacher exposes the theory of the subject to be learned by the students who are seated in the class listening to the explanations is changing quickly in the last decades. New pedagogical models and methodologies are being developed and implemented through all the education levels and subjects. “Flipped Classroom” is one of these pedagogical models that transfers certain low-level concepts outside the classroom and uses class time to facilitate and enhance processes of acquisition and practice of high-level knowledge. The global pandemic of COVID-19 has forced the teaching-learning process to be carried out completely online. In this work, the adaptability of the “Flipped Classroom” model to the on-line teaching and learning process has been analysed. This experience, forced because of the confinement carried out during 2020, resulted in a good adaptability of the “Flipped Classroom” model to the 100% online teaching-learning process.
keywords: Confinement, e-Teaching, e-Learning, Flipped Learning, Self-autonomy.