This paper reports on a pilot investigation on an Online Flipped Classroom Learning Model (OFCLM). It was designed for a class of open and distance education for adult students taking a modern educational technology course at a learning center. Unlike FCLM, The OFCLM made use of network live broadcast and multi-screens synchronous interaction technology instead of the face-to-face classroom to realize an online flipping classroom. The study focused on the perceptions and experiences the students in regard to the design and implementation of the OFCLM. The main findings indicated that the students liked the flexibility and convenience of the online flipped classroom learning model. The study found that paying attention to the online students' discussion, a teaching assistant, group cooperation, the participation of online adult students, the redesign of instructional activities like online in-class flipped teaching mode, and the quality of audio were critical to the effectiveness of the OFCLM. It is found that adult learners' higher-order know ledge construction was improved through online discussion and group activity.