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Creating Student-Centered Learning Experience through the Assistance of High-End Technology in Physical Education: A Case Study
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Journal of Instructional Psychology Volume 37, Number 4, ISSN 0094-1956

Abstract

Student-centered learning is an approach in education focusing on the needs of the students, rather than those of others involved in the educational process, such as teachers and administrators (Blumberg, 2009). This approach has many implications for the design of curriculum, course content, and interactivity of courses (O'Neil & McMahon, 2005). Major tenets of student-centered learning include understanding of the material, active learning on the student part and increased responsibilities on the student part, increased instructor responsibilities on creating an environment that facilitates the learning process, assessment process is intergraded with feedback providing, and both parties (the instructor and the students) share some of the decision making responsibilities (Blumberg, 2009; Lea, Stephenson, & Troy, 2003). (Contains 1 table.)

Citation

Wang, L., Myers, D.L. & Yanes, M.J. (2010). Creating Student-Centered Learning Experience through the Assistance of High-End Technology in Physical Education: A Case Study. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 37(4), 352-356. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .

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