Designing Flipped Classroom with Imagineering: A Case Study in Digital Literacy


  • Rattanakul Kongpha Academic Scholar, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand
  • Pasawut Cheerapakorn Academic Scholar, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand
  • Kathaleeya Chanda College of Innovation and Management, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand


Flipped Classroom, Imagineering, Digital Citizen


In today's world, technology is used in all aspects of life, including communication, work, learning, gaming, and entertainment. Therefore, technology is essential. Flipped classroom is an appropriate teaching technique for managing teaching in the modern world. This academic paper studies the design of a flipped classroom combined with engineering imagination, a case study of digital literacy, as a guideline for application for undergraduate students at Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University. The researcher studied the concepts, theories, and relevant research of flipped classroom, engineering imagination, and digital citizenship to design a flipped classroom combined with engineering imagination. The course content is "Digital Literacy", which will help promote digital citizenship. The digital citizenship competency of Thailand consists of 5 dimensions: Digital Identity, Digital Use, Digital Security, Digital Literacy, and Digital Communication. Flipped classroom allows students to learn independently through technology-based learning outside the classroom, and in-class activities using the imagineering process will help students develop digital skills for being a digital citizen of Thailand.


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How to Cite

R. Kongpha, P. Cheerapakorn, and K. Chanda, “Designing Flipped Classroom with Imagineering: A Case Study in Digital Literacy”, Int J Edu Comm Tech, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 43–53, Oct. 2023.



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