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Research on the Influencing Factors of Intelligent Education "Internet + MOOCs" on Flipped Classroom in Universities

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2023.050818 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 115


Xiaochen Zhao 1


1 School of Journalism and Communication, Nanchang University, Nanchang, China

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Xiaochen Zhao


The frequent occurrence of the COVID-19 has brought new challenges to college teaching, while the teaching form of "Internet + MOOCs" of intelligent education has brought about a turnaround for higher education. This paper takes the flipped classroom in universities as the research object, and studies the influencing factors of the "Internet + MOOCs" of intelligent education on the flipped classroom in universities, which has certain practical significance in promoting the "Internet +MOOCs" teaching form of intelligent education to help the development of universities. By systematically defining the factors that affect the flipped classroom teaching effect of intelligent education "Internet + MOOCs", based on the sample data collected from the questionnaire survey, and using structural equation model, this paper constructs an indicator hypothesis model of four potential variables of intelligent education "Internet + MOOCs", namely, teaching content, teaching resources, teaching technology and teaching attitude, and their corresponding observation variables. The study found that the four influencing factors have a positive impact on the teaching effect of flipped classroom in universities, and from the perspective of the total effect of the path, the influence on the teaching effect of flipped classroom in universities from the largest to the smallest is teaching technology, teaching attitude, teaching content and teaching resources. The research provides micro evidence for the development of flipped classroom in universities, and also brings some enlightenment for the progress of the combination of the teaching form of "Internet + MOOCs" and the flipped classroom education mode of intelligent education.


Intelligent education, Internet + MOOCs, flipped classroom, higher education


Xiaochen Zhao, Research on the Influencing Factors of Intelligent Education "Internet + MOOCs" on Flipped Classroom in Universities. Adult and Higher Education (2023) Vol. 5: 129-138. DOI:


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