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student-centered learning

Letting Students Choose How to Learn

For those familiar with Student-Centered Learning (SCL), the idea of giving students options for how they wish to learn is not new. Providing students with time and ways to work independently or in small groups is one way to introduce choice; however, there are many other ways to diversify the learning experience of our extremely diverse adult learners.

Openings in TEAL online courses

We have a few openings in two of the facilitated, online courses that we’re offering through the LINCS Professional Development Center.  

Student Centered Learning: Keys to Motivation and Persistence, May 21–June 11, 2018

Deeper Learning Through Questioning, June 11–July 2, 2018

Openings in TEAL online courses

We have a few openings in two of the facilitated, online courses that we’re offering through the LINCS Professional Development Center.  

Student Centered Learning: Keys to Motivation and Persistence, May 21–June 11, 2018

Deeper Learning Through Questioning, June 11–July 2, 2018

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