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Student-Centered Learning - Visual  Definitions

Page history last edited by Ed Barry 9 years, 7 months ago

 

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Below are the components of SCL and their definitions that this calll identified.

Dots IV

 

Class Definitions of

Student-Centered Learning

 

Relevant- Understanding one’s personal curiosity and understanding what is important/meaningful to one’s life, past and future.  “What is important to me?”

 

Essential Curriculum Standards- The structure into which we plug our instructional design and implementation, capturing essential content, skills, concepts, thinking and learning strategies.

 

Choice- Being part of the decision-making in their learning.

 

Collaboration- Multiple people sharing diverse experiences and perspectives, to achieve a deeper understanding towards a common purpose.

 

Authentic Work: Real-world implications and applications and purpose for the learner.

 

Authentic Audience- a group of people who benefit from or are impacted by or use the work.

 

Challenge/Rigor- active, complex thinking, and engages students in questioning and discovery.

 

Experiential Learning- Students create meaning/knowledge by engaging in real-world, authentic, and purposeful activities.

 

Shared Responsibility: participation in a plan, task, outcome that reflects equitable contributions from members of the group/community/team.

 

 

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