Making the Shift: Moving from a Teacher Centered Classroom to a Student Centered Classroom

"Student-centered classrooms focus on the students’ desire and ability to acquire knowledge and on learning outcomes. The environment is more fluid and flexible with students actively engaged. Guided by the teacher, students answer their own questions.

Excellent collection of methods to put the student at the center of the learning environment

Student Centered Instructional Methods

On Twitter, I recently shared an excellent article by Justin Tarte called 5 Questions Every Teacher Should Ask Him/Herself. The first reflection question Justin recommends is: Who is doing a majority of the talking in your classroom? It’s the person who is doing the majority of the talking that tends to do the most learning, so what …

8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more . the person doing the talking is the person doing the learning .

5 Simple Guidelines for Engaging Student-Led Discussions www.commonlit.org

This resource provides five simple guidelines for engaging student-led discussions. It will be of benefit to help students engage in self-directed learning.

18 Things to Consider When Decorating Your Secondary Classroom

18 Things to Consider When Decorating Your Secondary Classroom- need to laminate some folders to put on the wall for forms!

Writing centre. Samples of what students can work on include:  Letter writing List making Story writing Start a Topic book (a book all about topic of student's choice) Comic strips Card making... All materials available for students at one location.

Writing Center

Work on Writing. Samples of what students can work on include: Letter writing List making Story writing Start a Topic book (a book all about topic of student's choice) Comic strips Card making. All materials available for students at one location.

Assessment Prisms-Monsters - Treetop Displays - A useful set of self assessment prisms that comprise of traffic light colour coordinated monsters. Simply fold and glue. Great as a table resource and for real time teaching and learning. Visit our website for more information and for other printable resources by clicking on the provided links. Designed by teachers for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).

Assessment Prisms-Monsters - Treetop Displays - EYFS, classroom display and primary teaching aid resource

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