Establishment of Flipped Chinese Course Based on Socially Shared Learning Regulations in Chinese Normal University Students

Hongling Zhao, Pengfei Chen


With the continuous development of the social environment and the continuous advancement of technology, digital learning has increasingly higher requirements to optimize self-regulated learning, and it has become a popular trend designed to cultivate the self-regulated learning of normal university students. This study examines how the teachers of Chinese normal students integrate their courses based on socially shared regulations of learning theory to supplement the existing coursework. Based on modern Chinese, in a flipped professional course for a normal university student in northwest China, this study provides the teaching objectives, teaching contents, teaching methods, learning methods, and teaching evaluation methods. Ultimately, this study explores how to improve students’ self-regulated learning and Chinese language proficiency through the cultivation of self-regulated learning strategies.

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