Who’s in charge here? When it comes to utilizing a student-centered vs. teacher-centered educational approach, the answer is the same: the teacher.
However, a student-centered vs. teacher-centered classroom may look and feel very different to the outside observer.
Our handy downloadable guide to teacher-centered vs. student-centered learning (sometimes referred to as “sage on the stage” vs. “guide on the side”) includes discussion of:
- The benefits and drawbacks of teacher-centered vs. students-centered classrooms
- A look at the theory and philosophy behind each approach
- Insights from an educator/thought leader about how her thinking evolved
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