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A careful design and delivery of courses for teacher candidates is particularly important for having a positive influence on their teaching behaviour. This is because it is the lived learning experience that they tend to assimilate and pass on to pupils. In order to find out how students, primarily teacher candidates, perceive person-centered, technology enhanced courses, we conducted semi-structured interviews and analysed them by means of a qualitative content analysis. The results indicate that students get in contact with others more easily in a person-centered setting and that learning through personal experience is sustained.

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Haselberger, D., & Motschnig, R. (2011). Students’ perceptions on experiential learning in a person-centered atmosphere. Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society, 7(3).