How to Move from First Person to Learner Centered Teaching (EdSurge News)

The problem is that a teacher-centered perspective does little to reveal whether students are learning, and it misses opportunities to help them learn more. As Herbert Simon, the late Nobel laureate who inspired much of the work in the field of learning science, famously said, “Learning results from what the student does and thinks and only from what the student does and thinks.”

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Some good tips for teachers.

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