This chapter analyzes the experience of online education firstly in literature, particularly, the external and internal elements that influence learning outcomes in flipped classrooms and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC). Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic is a devastating global crisis which has caused millions of confirmed cases and hundreds of thousands of death. The information communication technology (ICT) infrastructure requires high-speed digital signals, mobile smart devices as well as environment friendly leaning management systems (LMS). The flipped classroom is a model that the in-class teaching course is deliverable outside the classroom via virtual online LMS, leaving the time in the classroom effective for questions and discussions. The flipped classroom emphasizes the teacher's ability of course control regarding the course design in terms of the percentage of the video course and in-class interaction, the skill of instilling various knowledge in class monitoring, the organization's ability as well as the engagement of students in the teaching-learning process.