Letting Students Choose How to Learn
Submitted by Heidi Schuler on November 18, 2018 - 10:10am
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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.
What are some of the most effective ways your students choose to learn in your setting? Do those ways require any special tools, equipment, resources, or preparation for the student and/or teacher? How do you get your students to feel comfortable making the decision to use an unfamiliar method of learning?
Let's hear your ideas!