Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD
angiedano28@gmail.com
Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD
adinagsao@gmail.com
Effects of Learne...
• Human beings produce or construct meaning, understanding and
knowledge based on their own experiences (Sternberg & Zhang...
Primary research aim: To investigate and analyze the effects
of learner-centered teaching in English classes on students’
...
Quantitative and Qualitative
• Classroom observations
conducted 30 classroom observations to all ten English teachers with...
Level of Implementation of Learner-Centered
Teaching Framework
Bekele & Melesse (2010)
Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD...
Learning Skills and Strategies
Pintrich et al., (1991)
Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com)
Amparo ...
Regression Models Showing the Impact of Learner-Centered Teaching
with Learning Skills and Strategies
Results of the Study...
• The effect of learner-centered teaching on the students’ learning
outcomes was highly significant
• The more learner-cen...
• The way teachers teach creates impact on the development of child’s
learning; in one way or another, the teaching approa...
• It is very important that students are engaged and involved in
their learning process so that they can adapt the skills ...
Thank you very much.
Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD
angiedano28@gmail.com
Amphie Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD
adinagsao@gmail....
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  1. 1. Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD angiedano28@gmail.com Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD adinagsao@gmail.com Effects of Learner-Centered Teaching in English Classes on Students’ Learning Outcomes Mindanao University of Science and Technology C.M. Recto, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines http://www.must.edu.ph
  2. 2. • Human beings produce or construct meaning, understanding and knowledge based on their own experiences (Sternberg & Zhang, 2001) • Learner-centered teaching serves as an approach to make students become engaged in their own learning process (Weinberger & McCombs, 2003) • Students shall become active participants in the learning process for them to become responsible learners equipped school work, in their future careers and undertakings in life Introduction Mindanao University of Science and Technology C.M. Recto, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines http://www.must.edu.ph Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com) Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD (adinagsao@gmail.com)
  3. 3. Primary research aim: To investigate and analyze the effects of learner-centered teaching in English classes on students’ learning outcomes particularly on their learning skills and strategies in relation to the extent of implementation of learner-centered teaching in the classroom Introduction Mindanao University of Science and Technology C.M. Recto, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines http://www.must.edu.ph Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com) Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD (adinagsao@gmail.com)
  4. 4. Quantitative and Qualitative • Classroom observations conducted 30 classroom observations to all ten English teachers with the use of a modified researcher-made questionnaire (Bekele & Melesse, 2010) observed by the researcher and the Assistant Principal for Academics • Survey Questionnaires 1) learner-centered teaching questionnaire 2) learning skills and strategies questionnaire (Pintrich et al., 1991) *completed by 900 high school students Methodology Mindanao University of Science and Technology C.M. Recto, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines http://www.must.edu.ph Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com) Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD (adinagsao@gmail.com)
  5. 5. Level of Implementation of Learner-Centered Teaching Framework Bekele & Melesse (2010) Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com) Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD (adinagsao@gmail.com)
  6. 6. Learning Skills and Strategies Pintrich et al., (1991) Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com) Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD (adinagsao@gmail.com)
  7. 7. Regression Models Showing the Impact of Learner-Centered Teaching with Learning Skills and Strategies Results of the Study Mindanao University of Science and Technology C.M. Recto, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines http://www.must.edu.ph Independent Variable Dependent Variables Regression Model Regression Coefficient Multiple R Adjusted R Square F Value Learner- Centered Teaching Learning Skills and Strategies y = 1.8366 + 0.3215x 0.3215 0.58 0.3364 9.13 HS Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com) Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD (adinagsao@gmail.com)
  8. 8. • The effect of learner-centered teaching on the students’ learning outcomes was highly significant • The more learner-centered the teacher is in the delivery of curriculum and instruction the more learning skills and strategies will be developed on the students • The learner-centered learning environment is that teachers serve as the facilitators of learning (Weinberger & McCombs, 2003) • The use of a variety of instructional materials, strategies and technology helps in making the teaching-learning more effective Discussion Points Mindanao University of Science and Technology C.M. Recto, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines http://www.must.edu.ph Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com) Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD (adinagsao@gmail.com)
  9. 9. • The way teachers teach creates impact on the development of child’s learning; in one way or another, the teaching approaches and strategies of the teachers influence the students’ learning skills and strategies • Making the students master their learning skills and strategies can be taught to learn on their own; when teachers use more of learner- centered teaching in class, the learning skills and strategies of students develop or increase significantly because teachers can provide more opportunities for the enhancement of the learning skills and strategies of the students Conclusion Mindanao University of Science and Technology C.M. Recto, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines http://www.must.edu.ph Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com) Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD (adinagsao@gmail.com)
  10. 10. • It is very important that students are engaged and involved in their learning process so that they can adapt the skills and strategies for them to become responsible learners Conclusion Mindanao University of Science and Technology C.M. Recto, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines http://www.must.edu.ph Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD (angiedano28@gmail.com) Amparo Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD (adinagsao@gmail.com)
  11. 11. Thank you very much. Maria Angeles Dano-Hinosolango, PhD angiedano28@gmail.com Amphie Vedua-Dinagsao, PhD adinagsao@gmail.com Effects of Learner-Centered Teaching in English Classes on Students’ Learning Outcomes Mindanao University of Science and Technology C.M. Recto, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines http://www.must.edu.ph
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