A Case Study on Application of Flipped Learning in Timeliness Security Theory Class

Harang Yu, Hangbae Chang


As the era of 4th Industrial Revolution has arrived, education systems are changing in order to prepare for the changes on technological environment. Recently in the education field, flipped learning, which focus on learner-centered with an active communication is suggested, rather than the existing teaching method, which had the characteristic of simply delivering a knowledge. In this research, case study of analyzing a learning effect done by applying a flipped learning on the study of Industrial Security which has the characteristics of timeliness and can accordingly reflect the characteristics of 4th Industrial Revolution. In detail, the concept of the study of Industrial Security and flipped learning was arranged, analyzed a current state of education on the study of Industrial Security and exemplary of flipped learning applied class and designed the methodology of flipped learning of this research. Nextly, designed flipped learning method was applied in the actual class of the study of Industrial Security. Lastly, survey and interview was conducted targeting a learner and deducted an implications. The results of survey showed that class participation has increased through active interactions between learners, and flexible learning environments was created which is appropriate for the characteristics of industrial security, which is in need of timeliness response against to diverse security threats of 4th Industrial Revolution, and regarded a flipped learning to be appropriate for the study of Industrial security.

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