By Jimena Benitez

a. What is learner centered instruction?

It refers to the students is the centered on learning, the teachers needs to engage our students in the process of learning, taking in mind students' skill, abilities and interests and making the process more personalized and involving the students in his or her own future.This system is designed for each student and when the student will be able to be stronger and more focused all of us will benefit from a new generation that is contributing to our communities and our world in so many ways.

What is the main role of the theacher in LCI?

Motivate, encourage and support students learning goals in order to takeresponsibility      

with their own  learning,

3.  Explain the 4 keyprinceples of student centered learning

1. Learning is personalized

When the teacher knows the abilities and weakness of his or her student and has a closer relationships  with students and can help them during their development.

2. Learning is competency-based

It is about the information and skills a student has mastered not just moving through a curriculum in a competency based system, students can proceed at their own pace in every subject, in order to respond to individual needs interests and challenges.

3. Learning happens anytime, anywhere

It refers to when the students make important discoveries about themselves and the world around them, in order words when the students learn day by day outside the traditional school walls learning doesn't start and stop when the bells ring.

4.  Students take ownership

The students  play a direct role in their own success actively engaging with the process to ensure the impact is lasting and meaningful for students.

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