Tran Van Hung* The University of Danang - University of Science and Education 459 Ton Duc Thang street, Lien Chieu district, Da Nang City, Vietnam
Le Thanh Huy The University of Danang - University of Science and Education 459 Ton Duc Thang street, Lien Chieu district, Da Nang City, Vietnam
In the current integration context, training primary school teachers requires providing them with not only specialized knowledge but also skills in using information technology, foreign languages, and other professionalrelated skills. The flipped classroom model (FCM) is a teaching method where the roles of teachers and students are reversed compared to the traditional ways and a significant solution in meeting the training needs. By exploring its benefits, difficulties, and challenges, and the real situation of its application in training primary school teachers at some pedagogical universities, the paper proposes several solutions for using it in training primary school teachers so as to help them innovate their teaching methods. The paper also affirms that this model should be considered and implemented in training primary school teachers because of its advantages and potential benefits.
Flipped classroom
training primary school teachers
information technology skills

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