Using active flipped classroom methodology for more meaningful learning

Authors

  • Ricardo Furtado de Oliveira
  • Antônio Marcos Oliveira da Silva
  • Flavianne Guilherme Ribeiro Pereira Silveira
  • Janeydes Alves Pereira Gaspar
  • José de Miranda Freire Junior
  • Karyne Guimarães da Silva
  • Keila Marta de Resende
  • Leydiane Gomes Cruz

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55905/revconv.17n.2-020

Keywords:

learning, active methodologies, flipped classroom

Abstract

This work aims to address the concept and importance that Active Methodologies can exert in student learning. And that they can prove to be great allies for teachers to streamline their classes. However, in this research, the Active Flipped Classroom Methodology was studied specifically. This approach is also known as Flipped Classroom, in which the student has the opportunity to have contact with the school content, before being in the classroom. Because it is a bibliographical research, important contributions of authors who approach Active Methodologies and their importance for current Education were described; as well as authors who specifically address the Flipped Classroom, an active methodology considered by certain authors as the darling of teachers and students, but other scholars understand the flipped classroom as an innovative methodology and others do not see it in the same way. It was also approached about challenges faced by professors to make use of technologies, as well as active methodologies, as well as characteristics that professors need to have to apply this practice.

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Published

2024-02-07

How to Cite

de Oliveira, R. F., da Silva, A. M. O., Silveira, F. G. R. P., Gaspar, J. A. P., Freire Junior, J. de M., da Silva, K. G., de Resende, K. M., & Cruz, L. G. (2024). Using active flipped classroom methodology for more meaningful learning. CONTRIBUCIONES A LAS CIENCIAS SOCIALES, 17(2), e4985. https://doi.org/10.55905/revconv.17n.2-020