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Lecturer vs student centured

  1. 1. MGT 315 : CREATIVE ANDCRITICAL THINKING AYUANIRA HAZAMIMI AZIRA NOOR AMALINA NUR DIANA (BM1115B) Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B
  2. 2. Lecturer Centered VSStudent Centered Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B
  3. 3. Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B
  4. 4. DEFINITIONLecturer CenteredKnowledge is transmitted from professor to studentsReinforcing passive learningRote memorizationAssessment is used to monitor learningOnly student are view as learnerTeaching and assessing are separatePractices are focus of the session Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B
  5. 5. Student Centered Student construct knowledge through gathering synthesizing information and integrating it with the general skill of inquiry, communication, critical thinking, problem solving and so on. Student are actively involved Emphasis is on using and communicating knowledge affectively to address enduring and emerging issues and problem in real life contexts. Professor’s role is coach and facilitate. Professor and student evaluate and learning together. Assessment is used to promote and diagnose learning Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B
  6. 6. Lecturer Centered Student CenteredFocus is on instructor Focus is on both students and instructorFocus is on language forms and structures (what the Focus is on language use in typical situations (howinstructor knows about the language) students will use the language)Instructor talks; students listen Instructor models; students interact with instructor and one anotherStudents work alone Students work in pairs, in groups, or alone depending on the purpose of the activityInstructor monitors and corrects every student Students talk without constant instructorutterance monitoring; instructor provides feedback/correction when questions ariseInstructor answers students’ questions about Students answer each other’s questions, usinglanguage instructor as an information resourceInstructor chooses topics Students have some choice of topicsInstructor evaluates student learning Students evaluate their own learning; instructor also evaluatesClassroom is quiet Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B noisy and busy Classroom is often
  7. 7. LECTURER CHARACTERISTIC Lecturer talk exceed student talk during instruction Instruction occurs frequently with the whole class, small group or individual instruction occurs less often Use of class time is largely determined by the lecturer The lecturer rely heavily upon the textbook or slide to guide and instructional decision making The classroom furniture is usually arranged into rows of desk or chair. Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B
  8. 8. STUDENT CENTERED Student talk about learning task is at least equal to, if not greater than, lecturer talk. Student help and choose and organize the content to be learned Lecturer permit student to determined, partially or wholly, rules or behavior or classroom reward and penalties Used these material is schedule either by lecturer or in consultation with student for at least half of the academic table available Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B
  9. 9. CONCLUSION Finally its doesn’t matter what approach that lecturer use. The most important thing is what the objectives of the teaching learning process and how to achieve it. In fact, in affective teaching learning process, the lecturer has planned the content of all activities and has set time limit on them. Lecturer should still in control of student learning activities. Student must seriously focus on the learning. The two approach is depend on the lecturer and choose the right time to apply. Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B
  10. 10. Lecturer VS. Student Centered Slide BM1115B

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