Learner Centered Approach
a. What is learner centered instruction (LCI)?
LCI is incorporation between the student’s skills and interest in to the learning process making the experience more personalized and involving the students on his or her own future.
b. What is the main role of the teacher in LCI?
Reimagine Education (Rethink learning, updating the undated system, making more modern, strength it what works and fitting what does not because that work for all students) and make the new system of learning design around each student turn he or she more stronger and more focused; because of that all will benefit all of us from a new generation that contributing to our communities and our world in so many ways.
c. Explain the 4 key principles of student centered learning.
1. Learning is personalized this happens when teachers know students has strong relationship with them and can meet the students where they are in they’re development.
2. Learning is competency-based is where the information and skills the student has mastered not just moving for a curriculum in a competency-based system, students can preside they’re own space in every subject and enable teachers to respond to individual needs inters and challenges.
3. Learning happens anytime; anywhere students well often make important discoveries about themselves and, the world around them, when they learn beyond the traditional school day and outside the traditional school walls, learning doesn’t start or stop when the bell rings.
4. Students take ownership the teacher does not make a decision about students whiteout students, they played a direct roll on their own success actively engage with the process to ensure the impact is lasting and meaningful.