Facilitation Strategies for Learner-Centered Teachers

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Which word most accurately describes the role of a teacher in a learner-centered classroom?

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1. What age group is best suited to learner-centered teaching?

2. What is good strategy for soliciting questions?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These practice materials will help you quickly test what you know about methods by which learner-centered education can be facilitated. You will be quizzed on what a teacher's role is in this type of teaching, the ages learner-centered teaching is best suited for, strategies for soliciting questions and how games can help with this teaching method.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Questions in these assessments cover the following goals:

  • Describe the role of a teacher in a learner-centered classroom
  • Recall which ages benefit the most from learner-centered teaching
  • Recognize a good strategy for soliciting questions
  • Identify how a teacher can contribute to a learner-centered environment
  • Understand how games can be effectively incorporated into a learner-centered environment

Skills Practiced

This quiz and worksheet allow students to test the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related education lesson
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the ages learner-centered teaching is helpful for and what teachers should do in such an environment
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about learner-centered education to determine strategies for soliciting questions and how to incorporate games into teaching

Additional Learning

To learn more about these teaching methods check out the related lesson called Facilitation Strategies for Learner-Centered Teachers. This lesson has the following objectives:

  • Recall what a learner-centered classroom is like
  • Examine how questions can be used in learner-centered teaching
  • See ways teachers can contribute to the lesson
  • Explore ways students can learn without teacher involvement
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