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Introduction - Module 4: How do I present the information?...

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Module 4: How do I present the information? Part I: Choosing a Foundational Teaching Approach
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Background As an educator, you will learn that teaching your courses the same old way, day in and day out will have negative effects on your students’ learning and your teaching ability. You will have the opportunity to experiment many different avenues of teaching, but before you do, there are some broad considerations that should be made before jumping into delivering content.
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Background Cont’ Before selecting a specific teaching strategy or teaching methodology, one should be aware of the larger picture. This will be the focus of this module. The following will be investigated in the module: Teacher-Centered Approaches, Learner- Centered Approaches, The Lesson-Cycle, & Problem-Based Learning,
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Teacher-Centered Approaches Teacher-centered approaches focus on what the teacher does in the classroom to convey the information to students. Teacher-centered approaches tend to be highly
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course ED 590 taught by Professor Kylemcgregor during the Spring '09 term at Tarleton.

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