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Madeline



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PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2012 6:03 pm    Post subject: learner-centered Instruction Reply with quote

When a student has a sense of ownership they want to be more involved and they seem motivated to want to listen and learn. Learner-centered Instruction allows students to be creative. I like this method. I remember when I was a child and they gave me options I was eager to share and participate, just so that I can show my skills. If I am teaching two different grade levels with two different levels of proficiency, how can I give all these kids the opportunity to offer them choices when there are so many to accomadate?
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