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Student-centered learning is at the heart of the flipped classroom. The teacher doesn't relinquish the role of the expert, but the learners take more responsibility for their own learning by engaging in structured activities in the classroom. This way, the students can move at their own pace and the teacher can ensure the students understand if they "get it" because the teacher can individualize their learning and the teacher gets to know their students.
At the heart of flipping the classroom is student-centered learning. You can't have a flipped classroom without student-centered learning. The two go hand and hand.
This module explains the two concepts and how they are related.
An excellent video on explaining student-centered learning. Presenter states that what students in the classroom relevant to their practical lives.
By flipping the classroom, it is only done by using technology, but the technology should not be the focus on the teaching and learning process. The student should be the center of this process. this video introduces again the concept of student-centered learning and how can technology support the student's learning.
This is the end of this tutorial. I hope you have learned a little bit more and have been able to:
Technology or the videos of the flipped classroom should never be the center of the teaching and learning process. The students and their learning is the center of this process.
This tutorial is just a brief look into this topic.