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The world is changing, and so are our ways of teaching. Decades ago, teachers would stand in front of the class, explain the lesson to students using a blackboard or a whiteboard, then expect the students to take notes and memorize them.

Then came the era of screen projectors. Teachers were no longer required to write manually on the board, but rather create presentations. Students also didn’t need to write anymore, as they could easily copy the PowerPoint file from the teachers. or receive a photocopy. 

Today, as our technology has become far more advanced, the flipped classroom is quickly becoming the norm. Basically, it’s the opposite of the “traditional” learning method where teachers are the central focus. In short, students are given online materials and required to study outside the class. When they return to the class, the students are instructed to discuss the new lesson they’ve just learned with their friends and teachers to create a deeper understanding of the topic.

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