Effective student-centered learning occurs when the traditional
teacher-student practice of 'I lecture, you retain and repeat' is
discarded, and when the students assume responsibility for their
own process of discovery while the teacher assumes the role of
facilitatorach. In this book, Karrell Hickman isolates behaviors
teachers and students can practice in order to move beyond their
traditional roles in the classroom to promote a more engaged and
energized learning environment. She presents four fully developed
long-term research projects that are designed to encourage
student-centered learning while meeting language arts standards on
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