27 Learner-Centered Instructional Strategies
Long gone are the days when students would sit quietly in their manicured rows, as the teacher lectured. That’s not how the teaching and learning process works anymore. Instead, students are active participants in the learning process and construct their own knowledge. The teacher is a guide who provides them with context, background knowledge, and activities that will help them acquire the skills that they will need to compete in our global economy. How can teachers facilitate student-centered learning? Easy. To help you get started, we decided to share a graphic that lists 27 learner-centered instructional strategies.