Why student-centered instruction matters
Students remember more of what they experience and less of what they simply receive.
Those who put relationships first yield the greater reward for their professional and personal lives creating, in the end, the kinds of schools and types of students we have wanted and needed all along. There has been enough talk about the problem with today’s schools. When we engage in the conversation about keeping students at the center of their learning experience, we make great strides toward a solution.
Getting to know who students are, hearing their stories, and identifying their dreams or fears helps smooth the path for facilitating lifelong learning. The humble yet inspiring mission to engage their impressionable minds restarts every day. Perhaps today is where your path toward student-centered instruction can continue or begin.