Adaptive Internet Technology as a Tool for Flipping the Classroom to Develop Communicative Foreign Language Skills

Olga Igorevna Shaykina, Mikhail Grigoryevich Minin

Abstract


A promising method of flipped classroom technology is becoming increasingly popular among higher education teachers. Flipping the classroom is considered to be a sufficient approach for best time spreading in-class by actively engaging students during practical lessons. The article examines flipped classroom technology implementation on the grounds of adaptive online technology. A detailed algorithm of actions on the work of a studied online resource is developed. The study explores the ability of students to work under the conditions of flipping the classroom by means of adaptive learning technology empirically. Efficiency criteria of learning technology application are identified and described. Lesson planning of both experimental and control groups is shown in details. Research data demonstrate adaptive technology integration into flipped classroom method as a successful approach for higher education teachers who can develop their own style for flipping their instructions. It is established that the studied joint technologies demonstrate an efficient impact on the development of communicative skills.

Keywords


flipped classroom, adaptive learning, e-learning, Internet learning technology.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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