Student-Centered Learning: It Starts With the Teacher

By John McCarthy
November 15, 2015

This blog post explores the role of teachers in creating a student-centered classroom. The author discusses the shift from a directive to a consultative classroom and explores several key steps including allowing students to share in decision-making, believing in students’ capacity to lead, recognizing students need for learning that is tied to their real-world experiences, and giving up the need for control in the classroom.

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