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The focus is on the learner, not the teacher
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Rok Primožič: Student-centred Learning: Fact, Challenge or Myth?

The Vice-President for the European Students' Union talks the student perspective at the 7th EDEN Research Workshop (Rok Primožič: Student-centred Learning: Fact, Challenge or Myth?
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Student Centered Learning - paradisetefl's posterous

Student Centered Learning - paradisetefl's posterous | Student Centred Learning | Scoop.it
Student Centered Learning is relatively new concept in Western Education where the process of learning is focused on the individual rather on what is best for the learning institution. The origins of modern “assembly line” ...
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Effective Learning: Rigor, Engagement, Student-Centered Task

Effective Learning: Rigor, Engagement, Student-Centered Task | Student Centred Learning | Scoop.it
critical and creative thinking; · a student-centered task, that is clearly aligned with the objectives and a matching assessment that looks for evidence of learning from the task;; communication of learning;; collaboration (this ...
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Byron Marroquin's curator insight, December 2, 2013 5:48 PM

Creating student-centered tasks in the classroom allows for critical and creative thinking from students which can empower them and allow them to learn on their own.  In this deeper-type of learning, students can connect the material they already know with their own ideas.  Essentially, it helps studets learn how to think on a more independant type of level.

Byron Marroquin's curator insight, December 2, 2013 5:54 PM

Creating student-centered tasks in the classroom allows for critical and creative thinking from students which can empower them and allow them to learn on their own. In this deeper-type of learning, students can connect the material they already know with their own ideas. Essentially, it helps studets learn how to think on a more independant type of level.

Ashli Meginnis's comment, December 8, 2013 1:47 PM
I liked this article. I too, agree that it is important for students to learn and discover things on their own. It allows for better memory of the subject material. It also makes them more independent.
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New twist to tertiary learning - Malaysia Star

New twist to tertiary learning - Malaysia Star | Student Centred Learning | Scoop.it
New twist to tertiary learningMalaysia StarCoates called them “active/hands-on learners”.
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Researcher Advocates 'Student-Centered' Approach ... - Capital Soup

Researcher Advocates 'Student-Centered' Approach ... - Capital Soup | Student Centred Learning | Scoop.it
Their findings were documented in the paper “The Efficacy of Student-Centered Instruction in Supporting Science Learning.” The study was a large-scale, randomized control trial comparing these two approaches using a ...
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Student-Centered Learning — Role of Teacher and Student_ Part ...

Student-Centered Learning — Role of Teacher and Student_ Part ... | Student Centred Learning | Scoop.it
See on Scoop.it – Flipping learning in Higher Education Creating a student-centered (or learner-centered) learning (SCL) environment has been suggested as one approach that educators can use to optimize students' ...
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Student-centered teacher evaluations focus on learning goals ...

Student-centered teacher evaluations focus on learning goals ... | Student Centred Learning | Scoop.it
By now the consensus is clear: California needs a better, more systematic way of supporting and ensuring teacher effectiveness. Though the teacher evaluation bill, AB 5, collapsed again in August, there is wide agreement on ...
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