Involving Students


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Involve students in the discussion about learning-centered environments. As educators we have all sorts of conversations about learning-centered environments (also referred to as learner-centered or student-centered). Once we’ve satisfied ourselves that we are going to implement the best practices of learning-centered pedagogies, we go into classrooms of individuals who are largely unaware of what learning-centered teaching is, and apply it to them. In some cases, perhaps “inflict” is a better word. The only people in the room not involved in the discussion about learning-centered education are the learners.


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