learner-centred

learner-centred

or

learner-centered

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

learner-centred

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

learner-centred

, (US) learner-centered
adjauf den Lernenden ausgerichtet
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To meet his challenge, education institutions must shift their focus from theoretical teaching to a learner-centred practical approach along with adequate counselling and guidance for students to understand their potential and aptitude, to chose the right career path and to be empowered in their educational choices.
The main focus is the provision of a learner-centred curriculum which promotes critical thinking, reflection, and the development of lifelong learners.
Education is moving towards a learner-centred approach where an interactive environment combines with the interests and ability of the learner.
In this paper we discuss what ways teachers and learners are part of the learner-centred curriculum in ELT.
Indeed, the most immediate and recognizable outcome of introducing informal music learning as a learner-centred activity into music classrooms, which I have witnessed many times in my research, is a positive change in learners' engagement as their curiosity and interest become newly sparked, renewed or deepened.
It was calculated that understanding, clarity of concepts, confidence and command on the subject was improved from 58 % to 86% of students as compared to derived by innovations to implement learner-centred education.
Commenting ahead of the conference, Ann Puntis, Chief Executive Officer of University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), believes that schools in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have the opportunity to provide regional leadership when it comes to learner-centred education.
A learner-centred abortion curriculum in a family medicine residency was implemented and evaluated from 2003 to 2006.
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Learning styles and strategies as a learner-centred approach which is closely related with MI Theory is also tackled.
Lazarus's book is based on her concept of learner-centred practice, where secondary school theatre education is done not solely for the sake of performance, but more importantly, for the sake of learning.