Hello colleagues, We seem to hear a lot about the importance of learner-centered practice. What does learner-centered instruction mean to you as someone who teaches adult English learners? If we walk into any adult ESL classroom, what would be the telltale signs that the class is learner-centered? What would we look for? How might we draw upon technology to make our instruction more learner-centered?
Looking forward to hearing everyone's thoughts on this!
Cheers, Susan Finn Miller
Moderator, English Language Acquisition