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    Student-Centered Approaches in K–12 and Higher Education

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    This work provides concise overviews of student-centered approaches to instruction, describes how each approach is student-centered, and summarizes observed student outcomes. This book is an evolving, collaborative project. Chapters have been written and peer-reviewed by graduate students studying instructional design and undergraduate students of education.
    Stacie L. Mason

    Brigham Young University

    Stacie Mason has taught writing at Brigham Young University since 2005 and has graduate degrees in English (MA) and Instructional Psychology and Technology (MS, PhD). She has researched outcomes from following student-centered practices, using open textbooks, attending online school, and learning coding and computational thinking.

    This content is provided to you freely by BYU Open Learning Network.

    Access it online or download it at https://open.byu.edu/student_centered.