The Student-Centered Classroom
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Episode Summary: On this episode of the Student-Centered World podcast, we're going to start off by looking at the five characteristics of student-centered learning. And basically, that means, how do you know if something is truly student-centered? So, you might do an activity and you might think this is great, they're on their own but is it truly student-centered learning or is it the kids are just working on something? There is a really distinct difference. Just because students are working without guidance or direct instruction from the teacher does not mean that it's student-centered, and I can't harp on that enough. Again, a lot of the articles and stuff that I have read, that kind of said student-centered learning, it's not good. They think that this misconstrued notion of what it is how it goes, and it is not.

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