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Day 2 presentation on student centered learning and motivation

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This material is about how important is work with our student thinking that the center our activity are they, even, we know, try to analize if most of the time we spent talking like 70 % and 30% our students, the good environment for our students is we spent talking nd helping our student 30% and our students spent 70% working in real group, like cooperative learning

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Day 2 presentation on student centered learning and motivation

  1. 1. STUDENT – CENTEREDLEARNING AND MOTIVATION Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University January 2012
  2. 2. Motivation and Student CenteredLearning• Traditional Classroom• Student Motivation• Student Centered Learning Features• Student Centered Learning Models• Student Centered Learning and your goals Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  3. 3. The traditional classroom• What is the role of the teacher?• What is the role of students?• What motivates the students? Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  4. 4. The traditional classroom• Typically, the classroom is teacher-centered, with the teacher “teaching”, calling on students, directing activity, and evaluating student work. Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  5. 5. The traditional classroom• Typically, the student is passive, receiving knowledge and completing assignments and tests. Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  6. 6. The traditional classroom• Motivation is extrinsic, flowing from the goal of achieving a certain grade rather from the desire to learn for the sake of learning. Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  7. 7. Student-Centered Classroom• Relies on innate student motivation due to a number of factors… Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  8. 8. Student-Centered Classroom• Personal Responsibility: assess their own progress toward goals Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  9. 9. Student-Centered Classroom• Personal meaning: Students relate class topics to their lives Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  10. 10. Student-Centered Classroom• Decision-making: to the extent possible, students exert choice during the instruction – choice of partners, projects, or primary sources Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  11. 11. Student-Centered Classroom• Active participation: Students produce knowledge, rather than just receiving it Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  12. 12. Student-Centered Classroom• Topics relevant to their lives: language topics relate directly to student communicative and academic needs Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  13. 13. Student-Centered Classroom• Skills relevant to their lives: students learn skills that benefit them directly Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  14. 14. Student-Centered Classroom• Engagement with peers: Cooperative learning is an excellent tool Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University
  15. 15. Student Centered Learning andMotivation: Jigsaw1. Personal Responsibility2. Personal meaning3. Active participation4. Decision-making5. Topics relevant to their lives6. Skills relevant to their lives7. Engagement with peers Peru TESOL Enrichment Program Center for Language Education and Development, Georgetown University

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