1. What is learner centered instruction (LCI)?
The instruction focuses on the learner and the learning process
Students become part of the learning process by establishing learning goals, developing and choosing learning strategies, and evaluating their own progress.
2. What is the main role of the teacher in LCI?
The role of the teacher in LCI is to guide and support this becomes a tutor instructing, motivating and guide students to develop their thinking, act and even to be more creative when explaining a subject to their peers.
3. Explain the 4 key principles of student centered learning.
LEARNING IS PERSONALIZED: Personalized learning happens when teachers know students have strong relationships with them and can meet students where they are in their development.
LEARNING IS COMPETENCY-BASED: Learning is about the information and skills a students has mastered not just moving through a curriculum in a competency-based system students can proceed at their own pace in every subject enabling teachers to respond to individual need interests and challenges.
LEARNING HAPPENS ANYTIME: Anywhere students will often make important discoveries about themselves and the world around them when they learn beyond the traditional school day and outside the traditional school walls learning doesn´t start and stop when the bells ring.
STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING: Students take ownership don´t make decision about students without students they play a direct role in their own success actively engaging with the process to ensure the impact is lasting and meaningful for student centered learning to work all four of these principles must work together this is not an alucard approach it´s reimagining education so it works for all students.