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Student-Centered Teaching Meets New Media: Concept and Case Study

@article{Motschnig2002StudentCenteredTM,
  title={Student-Centered Teaching Meets New Media: Concept and Case Study},
  author={R. Motschnig and Andreas Holzinger},
  journal={J. Educ. Technol. Soc.},
  year={2002},
  volume={5}
}
There exists empirical evidence proving that students who are given the freedom to explore areas based on their personal interests, and who are accompanied in their learning by a supportive, understanding facilitator, not only achieve superior academic results but also develop socially and grow personally. However, pure Student-Centered Teaching is more demanding in terms of communication, organization, as well as the provision of learning material. Thus, the basic idea underlying our paradigm… Expand
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