learner-centred

learner-centred

or

learner-centered

adj
(Education) focussed on the learner rather than the teacher
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Translations

learner-centred

learner-centered (US) [ˈlɜːnəˌsentəd] ADJcentrado en el alumno
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learner-centred

, (US) learner-centered
adjauf den Lernenden ausgerichtet
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