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Copy of Revisiting the 14 Learner-Centered

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Teachers teach for understanding
-Students are placed at the center of the learning process.
-Teachers help them to take responsibility for their learning.
-As a result, students, through their own active search and experimentation, experience a movement from confusion to searching for answers, to discovery, and finally to understanding.
-Facilitating learning should be firmly anchored on the 14 learner centered psychological principles.
-The 14 principles espouse that everyone in the learning community is a learner, not just the student.
Learners are the center of the learning process
-The criticisms of of direct instruction have led educators to put more emphasis on the role of the student in the learning process.
-Learners are given more choices.
Teachers guide student's contruction of understanding.
-The teacher provide a lot of opportunity for the learners to actively think, figure out things and learn on their own
-The teacher serves as a facilitator, a "guide on the side" rather than "sage on stage"
Learner-Centered Instructor
Revisiting the 14 Learner-Centered
Psychological Principles
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