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Type :article
Subject :L Education (General)
ISSN :2222-6990
Main Author :Raman Kutty Shasitharan, Thambu Nadarajan,
Title :Exploring moral thinking using videos in flipped classroom (IR)
Place of Production :HRMARS
Year of Publication :2017
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In the advent of technology, over loaded of information often mislead the moral thinking of an individual. Moral thinking needs to be aligned with proper teaching in the classroom. Therefore,active learning is an important approach to enhance the students learning process. Active learning could be enhanced through the presence of flipped classroom technique. A flipped classroom is an important tool to facilitate the students moral thinking in the 21st-century learning. This research explores the dimensions of flipped classroom based on the usage of videos in the classroom. The usage of the videos in the classroom, especially in pre-lesson has provided impetus for the students learning process. The learning platform such as schoology, immensely made the pre-lessons easily conducted. This made the active learning in the classroom more dynamic and meaningful. This paper provides an alternative for teaching and learning technique particularly in Moral studies

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