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7 Ways to Build a Learner-Centered Classroom

Teachers can create positive learning experiences for students that combine assessment with agency, opportunity, and community building.  By Shannon Schinkel  November 18, 2022  learn more

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Developing a Student-centered Classroom

A student-centered classroom, or student-centered learning environment, is one where the focus of instruction is shifted from the teacher to the student, with the end goal of developing students who are autonomous and independent, by placing the responsibility of learning in the hands of the students.  learn more

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Four Elements of Student-Centered Teaching and Learning

The key elements for academic achievement and building skills like resilience, independence, creativity, and collaboration.  learn more

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How to Set Up a Learner-Centered Classroom

From composing a class charter to practicing morning meetings, these student-centered strategies create a nurturing environment where learners can thrive. July 21, 2022  learn more

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Microsoft: Student-centered learning

Meeting the needs of all of today's diverse learners and helping them build life skills has never been more important. In this engaging course series, you’ll learn how to empower your students with inclusive learning tools from Microsoft Education. From Immersive Reader to Reading Progress to Flipgrid, you can help students of all abilities reach…  learn more

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Student-centered learning

Student-centered learning moves students from passive receivers of information to active participants in their own discovery process. What students learn, how they learn it and how their learning is assessed are all driven by each individual student’s needs and abilities.  learn more

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Student-Centered Learning Defined

The term student-centered learning refers to a wide variety of educational programs, learning experiences, instructional approaches, and academic-support strategies that are intended to address the distinct learning needs, interests, aspirations, or cultural backgrounds of individual students and groups of students.  learn more

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Student-Centered Learning: It Starts With the Teacher

Teachers encourage student-centered learning by allowing students to share in decisions, believing in their capacity to lead, and remembering how it feels to learn. Student-centered classrooms include students in planning, implementation, and assessments. Involving the learners in these decisions will place more work on them, which can be a good thing. Teachers must become comfortable…  learn more

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TeachThought: 28 Student-Centered Instructional Methods

Student-centered teaching is teaching designed for the student. This means that planning often begins with the student in mind as opposed to a school policy or curriculum artifact, for example. Done well, it can disarm some of the more intimidating parts of academia, while also shortening the distance between the student and understanding. Put another…  learn more