Improving the involvement of students and their performance through the use of flipped classroom technology


Widespread introduction of information and communication technologies (ICT) is one of the conditions of higher education development to the level of international standards. It is also a catalyst of enhancing the ICT competences of all involved in the educational process, in order to form their XXI century skills. The article presents the experience gained in implementation of a flipped learning model in the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine. The article describes scenarios and collaboration tools for practical activity of students, provides examples of learning objects representing resources for independent study and research, and criteria for assessing the effectiveness of the proposed model.

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