本文的目的是探讨美国论文代写-翻转课堂模式应用于以高中教育为主要内容的课堂活动的优势和挑战(Burch, 2013)。这一理论框架将翻转课堂作为本研究的核心。此外，重点是与翻转课堂相关的各种因素，并从理论上对其进行探讨(Butt, 2014)。这些因素在上图中以橙色框表示，例如技术驱动、可持续、以学生为中心、成人教育、时间导向、教师的角色和学生的责任。黄色方框提供了每个因素的子类别。这些因素都是与翻转课堂相关的特点，正是这些特点发挥了翻转课堂的优势，也有助于描述为什么在翻转课堂中学习的学生和教师更容易在翻转课堂中学习。FLIP代表灵活的环境、学习文化、国际内容和专业教育(Strayer, 2012)。
The aim of this essay is to examine the advantages and challenges of using the model of flipped classroom for in-class activities with main focus on high school education (Burch, 2013). In the review of literature, the affordances provided by flipped classrooms will be discussed along with discussing the following related concepts:
Active Learning and Engagement
Independent Learning and Media Literacy
Community Belonging and Inclusive Practices
In addition, by examining the case study of Clintondale High School, an investigation will be conducted regarding the affordances of flipped classroom while supporting the implementation of this approach. Further, based on this case study, this essay will identify the key factors to be considered in the implementation of this approach (Burk, 2011). The key objective of this essay is to assess the efficient utilization of time for teachers as well as students, such that success is achieved in implementing a flipped classroom approach. Moreover, focus will be on analyzing the way in which educators can provide a better framework for modeling the flipped classroom approach.
This theoretical framework entails flipped classroom at the core of this research. Furthermore, the focus is on various factors related to flipped classroom and on discussing the same theoretically (Butt, 2014). These factors are provided in orange boxes in the above figure for example technology driven, sustainable, student-centricity, adult education, time orientation, role of teachers and responsibility of students. The yellow boxes provide the sub-categories of each factor.
These factors are characteristics related to flipped classroom which act as its advantages and help in depicting why it becomes easy for students and teachers studying in a flipped classroom to work over the same. FLIP stands for Flexible Environment, Learning Culture, International Content, and Professional Educator (Strayer, 2012).