student-centered world

What is Student-Centered Learning?

Student-centered learning is the best way to see real progress and understanding in your classroom.  Whereas traditional teaching scrapes the surface of content, a student-centered environment encourages students to delve deeper into a myriad of topics to get a much richer understanding.

Student-centered learning puts the ownership on learning on the student, not the teacher.  Whereas in a traditional classroom the teacher is telling the students what they need to know, a student-centered classroom has the students work hands-on with the content material to discover it on their own accord and understand it on a deeper level than if they were just told about it.

Student-centered learning is all about understanding, not regurgitation.

While it can seem completely overwhelming at first, #studentcenteredlearning is actually not only fun to prepare, but an absolutely incredible way to watch your students flourish.  At Student-Centered World, we hope to be the “go-to” resource for how to make learning come alive in your classroom.  It is easier to do than you think!

Humans learn by doing…teaching students by facilitation will help them understand on a deeper level than ever imaginable.

Don’t be afraid to try.  “If you wish to break with tradition, learn your craft well, and embrace adversity” ― Soke Behzad Ahmadi

Student-Centered World was born out of one thought:

We keep being told our classrooms should be student-centered, but nothing out there tells us how to do it.

Isn’t that the Catch 22 in teaching?  It seems school districts want to jump on the newest educational bandwagon (often times, it is rightfully so), but how many really provide the training on how to do it properly?

Chances are, you’re visiting the page because:

-You’re not sure where to start

-Switching to a student-centered environment seems intimidating

-You don’t know if you’re “doing it right”

-You need ideas on how to make this method work

Well, there’s one thing you definitely need to know…this method WORKS and it’s NOT as hard as you would think to implement it in your classroom!

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Thank you for taking this journey with us!  If at any time you have any questions you would like to see answered, feel free to contact us.  We would be more than happy to chat with you.