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American Journal of Educational Research. 2018, 6(7), 941-951
DOI: 10.12691/education-6-7-8
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The Application of the Model “Flipped Classroom” on Mathematics Teaching to Develop Primary Students’ Self-learning Ability in Vietnam

Vu Quoc Chung1, and Le Duy Cuong2

1Faculty of Primary Education, Hanoi National University of Education, Hanoi, Vietnam

2Department of Education, Dong Thap University, Dong Thap, Vietnam

Pub. Date: July 04, 2018

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Vu Quoc Chung and Le Duy Cuong. The Application of the Model “Flipped Classroom” on Mathematics Teaching to Develop Primary Students’ Self-learning Ability in Vietnam. American Journal of Educational Research. 2018; 6(7):941-951. doi: 10.12691/education-6-7-8

Abstract

The article’s purpose is to study the application of reversed-class model in mathematical education to develop self-studying (autodidactic) ability of primary students in Vietnam, based on the analysis of the nature and characteristics of reversed-class model, and the relationship in mathematical autodidactic ability between primary-school and reversed-class students to analyze the impacts of reverse-class model to the development of self-studying ability for primary students in Vietnam. At the same time, from actual survey results on the use of reverse-class model in teaching of mathematics for primary students in three regions such as North, Central and South regions, the article has illustrated the application of reversed-class model to develop mathematical autodidactic ability for students in some localities in Vietnam. The research results elucidated the use of reversed-class model in math education which has contributed to develop self-studying capacity for primary students in Vietnam.

Keywords:
flipped classroom self-learning mathematics teaching

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