Do you ever feel like your students are not engaged in their learning? Maybe you wish you could add more variety into your teaching or you simply want a list of teaching techniques to use as a quick guide while lesson planning. The Higher Education Learner-Centered Classroom Practices article offers a list of learner-centered teaching techniques to serve as a quick reference to various teaching techniques that can be used in your classroom. Each technique is listed with a short description of what it is and how to implement it. Some techniques also include examples of how to use the technique or possible benefits students can gain from the technique.
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What are some techniques on the list that you find successful in your classroom? What techniques are missing from the list? Please share your thoughts, questions, ideas, and comments on the techniques and how you have successfully implemented learner centered teaching techniques in your classroom. If you have a great technique that did not make the list be sure to also share that in the discussion thread below!