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Learning How to Learn: Student-Centered Educational Processes
Quick Take: More autonomous learners, capable of developing an active role in educational processes: that’s what student-centered learning is all about. However, there are educators who believe a more teacher-driven method is still the best way to go.
7 Trends You Should Invest on to Become a Student-Centered Institution
Online Learning, a Disruptive Innovation in Education – An Interview With Michael Horn
Quick Take: In a knowledge economy, we need to ensure that every student is getting the right opportunities to fulfill their potential. Online learning offers a flexibility that can help transform Education into a student-centered learning system beneficial to all.
Student Expectations: How to Create a Better Educational Experience
Quick take: What do students want? Students from different generations seem to have a lot in common when it comes to expectations regarding their education experience. They share concerns and expectations, and institutions must listen.
George Mason University: Designing the Ideal Student Experience
Quick Take: How can an institution help students succeed? The Student Experience Redesign Project was created by George Mason University to enrich students’ first year experience, provide better student services and generate a culture of continuous improvement.
Student-Centered Learning: The Driver of Our Learning Path
The concept of student-centered learning (SCL) goes back to 1968 when massive student protests took place against the elitism of universities demanding them to be open for all society. Political recognition of SCL was gained in 2009 through the Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve…
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