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Student-Centered Learning: A Personal Journal

Tuesday, May 27, 2003

Abstract

Putting students at the center of the learning environment requires a shift from an emphasis on content to teaching students how to be lifelong learners. This research bulletin illustrates ways to revise and enrich courses and in many cases move the instructor from the center of the classroom in order to facilitate more active student learning. It provides a case study of writing-intensive courses at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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