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Frontiers in Sport Research, 2022, 4(2); doi: 10.25236/FSR.2022.040203.

Teaching Strategy of Rock Climbing Flipped Classroom Model Based on MOOCs Perspective


Dan Zhang

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Dan Zhang

School of Sports and Leisure, Sichuan Tourism University, Chengdu 610100, China


With the advent of the era of the Internet of everything, it is an important task for Chinese education to continuously promote quality education and the modernization of education. The emergence of flipped classroom and the rise of MOOCs have opened a window for the modernization and innovation of rock climbing sports skills teaching. The application of the MOOC-based flipped classroom in the teaching of rock climbing skills is a modern revolution in the field of physical education and an important way to complete educational innovation. Because the teaching of rock climbing sports skills is of sports practice, pure MOOCs teaching cannot meet this feature. The PE flipped classroom based on MOOCs came into being. It can not only promote the modernization of physical education, but also ensure the teaching effect teaching model. This paper adopts research methods of literature and experimental, and mainly focuses on the application of MOOC-based flipped classroom in the teaching of rock climbing skills. The differences between students and their learning progress are flexibly adjusted to meet the individual needs of students to the greatest extent, stimulate students' enthusiasm for learning, make the entire teaching process more rational and scientific, and improve teaching efficiency.


rock climbing, MOOCs, flipped classroom

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Dan Zhang. Teaching Strategy of Rock Climbing Flipped Classroom Model Based on MOOCs Perspective. Frontiers in Sport Research (2022) Vol. 4, Issue 2: 11-15. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSR.2022.040203.


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