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Student centered learning

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  • motivated to solve a problem - engaged bcuz it meant something to each of us - solution gave us autonomy - mastery - purpose\n
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    • 1. student-centered learning whoever does the work does the learning
    • 2. last thing you learnedwhat was your motivation?how did you learn it?do you choose how to learn it?if not, did that make it harder to learn?
    • 3. how does learning work?behaviorism - stimulus response scenarioscognitive psychology -from external learning environment tointernal processessocial cognitivism - relationship between informationconstructivism - individually building understanding
    • 4. little gold safety pin
    • 5. rolesStudents Teachers decision makers scaffolding designers group goal setting set rules and processes assessment workers discipline
    • 6. Defining Love
    • 7. assessmentwhat do you want to know?what is the goal?does it have to be a secret?could students create their own assessment?could students see the test before they start?
    • 8. motivationwhy learn?help students provide their own contextcreate their own relationships between informationautonomy, mastery, purposeZPD - Vygotsky