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Flipped learning is a well-recognized learning mode that reverses the traditional in-class instruction arrangement by delivering learning content outside of the classroom and engaging students in more activities in class. However, it remains a challenge for students to comprehend the learning material by themselves, particularly when learning abstract(More)
In this study, mobile learning preferences of high school teachers who teach language and science courses are compared by employing a survey consisting of the "ease of use," "continuity," "relevance," "adaptive content," "multiple sources," "timely guidance," "student negotiation" and "inquiry learning" dimensions. A total of 42 language teachers (e.g.(More)
Peer assessment strategy has been noted as an effectiveness learning strategy for students to construct their knowledge during the process of evaluating peers' work. Moreover, this effective learning strategy further benefits teaching reality of the schools. In order to engage students to have more in-deep thinking during peer assessment activity, a(More)
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