This video focuses on student-centered learning in a classroom setting, creating collaboration, independence, and connectedness. By leading discussions and sharing responsibilities, students will foster growth and confidence in themselves. The collective partnership here is unmistakably effective.
Here is a great example of a video with successful student-centered learning being implemented in the fifth-grade classroom, encouraging student participation and even demonstrating classroom management.
The study focuses on three different classroom teaching styles, comparing student-centered instruction and management with teacher-centered management. It was found that student-centered instruction positively impacted learning environments.
In this blog, trends of successful student-centered teaching strategies for K-5 classrooms are described, including the use of technology, formulating lessons that peak students’ interests and implementing lessons that are project-based.