An Analysis of the Effects of On-Off line Convergence Learning Activities Based on Students' Learning Styles

학습자의 학습 스타일에 따른 온-오프라인 융합 학습활동을 통한 학습 효과 분석

  • 신명희 (한남대학교 탈메이지교양교육대학)
  • Received : 2017.12.13
  • Accepted : 2018.02.20
  • Published : 2018.02.28


The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of flipped learning strategy, which is an online offline convergence learning strategy becoming a hot issue, on students' learning styles..Ultimately, the goal is to analyze the academic achievements and learning attitudes by applying the flipped learning strategy considering the preferred learning styles of Korean students. By assuming that Korean students are accustomed to traditional lecture class, it is assumed that the students would have difficulty in applying the flipped learning strategy which involves information gathering and problem solving through discussion. In order to analyze whether the application of flipped learning strategy is effective, it is necessary to identify students' preferred learning style and to develop appropriate teaching strategies accordingly.


Flipped learning strategy;Students' learning style;academic achievement;learning attitude;problem solving


Supported by : Hannam University


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