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Student-Centered learning in school

The days of pupils listening intently and quietly as the teacher poured tremendous amounts of knowledge and wisdom into their brains like sponges are long gone. This is particularly true for classrooms in middle and high school when instruction can be a daily struggle. In other words, a student-centered classroom or learning environment is one in which the emphasis of instruction is shifted from the teacher to the student with the ultimate goal of developing students who are autonomous and independent by putting the responsibility of gaining knowledge in the hands of the students. Students can develop the abilities necessary for independent problem-solving and lifelong learning, according to many supporters of student-centered learning. Adapting student-centered learning It can be challenging to create a student-centered learning environment, especially if your prior experiences have framed the learning more conventionally. Many people think that creating a student centered learni