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What is student-centered instruction (LCI)?

Construct knowledge by finding and integrating information, they are also involved in learning and equally how to use and communicate knowledge effectively in a real context. The interdisciplinary approach is usually because the culture is cooperative or collaborative and assistance. But most important is that teachers and students learn together.

What is the main role of the teacher in LCI?

Students receive information passively, so the teacher's role is usually that is an information provider and an evaluator. The desired learning is assessed indirectly using standardized tests

Explains the 4 fundamental principles of student-centered apprentice

  1. COGNITIVE COGNITIVE FACTORS AND GOAL

The mind works to create sensitive visions and organized in the world, and to integrate new information to the existing structure. The learning process is natural, active and constant; however, he learned, remembered and thought is unique to each individual

2. MOTIVATIONAL AND EMOTIONAL FACTORS

Beliefs, motivations and emotions influence learning. Although the motivation for learning is natural, it must be stimulated when an individual is required to learn something perceived as uninteresting or irrelevant.

3. SOCIAL FACTORS AND DEVELOPMENT

Learning capabilities mature throughout life. Students learn best when what is taught is appropriate to their level of development, you can enjoy it interesting and represent a challenge.

4. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

 People learn different things at different rates and in different ways. This learning is a function of the environment and heritage. From these two pillars, people create their own thoughts, beliefs and understanding of the world

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