Student-Centered Planning

This article explores the importance of planning instruction tailored to students’ needs and interests. The author asserts that learners’ involvement begins with how inviting the lesson appears to them. This is influenced by their:

  • readiness,
  • interests,
  • and learning preferences.

When planning a lesson, teachers should considers all of these and make sure the lesson appeals to, and is accessible to, a wide range of different students.

This short article is a good read for new teachers or those looking to improve their lesson planning to increase student agency in the classroom.

Source Organization: Edutopia

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