a. What is learner centered instruction (LCI)?
This educational approach considers the individuality of students in the process learning, taking into account each student with their inherited traits, their prospects, previous experience, talents, interests, abilities and needs.
Assumes that teachers must understand the reality of student support their basic learning needs and existing capacities, requires then know and understand each student's learning process..
b. What is the main role of the teacher in LCI?
The main role of the teacher is to meet each of their students so you can reach it with the appropriate teaching materials and activities for individual learning
c. Explain the 4 key principles of student centered learning.
- Learning is personalized. Consider the individual differences of students, each has a different way of learning and therefore requires different teaching techniques.
- Learning is competency-based. Because the competencies put into action the individual's knowledge, ways to perform a certain task and attitudes towards it.
- Learning happens anytime, anywhere. Learning occurs within and outside the school, it does not end when the bell rings.
- Students take ownership. Students make their own decisions during the learning process. The teacher is a facilitator
Orlando Iza C.