Student Centered Learning
Empower learners to understand their needs, strengths, interests and approaches to learning.
"Differentiation is not a new idea. Think back to the one-room schoolhouse of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, where one teacher had to educate children of varying ages and grade levels at the same time in a single classroom. That teacher had to be an expert in differentiating curriculum, instructional strategies, and assessment techniques."
(Sousa & Tomlinson, 2011, p. 2)
the LEAP Learning Framework, originally established in 2016, articulates clear strategies for personalizing learning for students:
empower learners to understand their needs, strengths, interests and approaches to learning with the "Learner Focused" component of the LEAP learning framework
Elements of Learner Focused Education:
Elements of Learner Focused Component from the LEAP learning framework:
LEAP Innovations. (2017). LEAP learning framework. Retrieved from https://www.leapinnovations.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/leap-framework-2.pdf
students and teachers create meaningful relationships...
by developing a deep understanding of needs, interests and strengths around:
The 2017 revised LEAP learning framework
leap supporting research
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