Student-Centered Instruction: Definition, Origin & Benefits


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Traditional lecture in a classroom is an example of _____.

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1. How does student-centered learning benefit learners?

2. The origins of student-centered instruction lie in which of the following psychological movements?

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The worksheet and quiz combo covers information about teaching approaches and student-centered instruction. You will need to know the benefits of this type of instruction for the quiz.

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Expand your knowledge of the following topics by going through these materials:

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  • Traditional lectures
  • The ability to analyze every aspect of a problem
  • The origin of student-centered instruction

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  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the advantages of student-centered instruction
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about where student-centered instruction comes from
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  • Examine how teacher-centered instruction and student-centered instruction differ
  • Identify examples of student-centered instruction
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