Learner-centred Pedagogy: Principles and practice by Kevin Michael Klipfel
Today's focus on metrics and customization makes evidence-based guidance imperative. This book presents concrete librarians, strategies based on a pilot to connect with learners at all levels. More than ever,…
Learner centred Pedagogy synopsis
Today's focus on metrics and customization makes evidence-based guidance imperative. This book presents concrete librarians, strategies based on a pilot to connect with learners at all levels.
More than ever, librarians are required to possess educational experience and are invited to design, implement and evaluate a strong reference based on evidence and educational practices that contribute to students' success. To achieve these goals, librarians should know how to teach information literacy skills that go beyond the context of a particular library, to facilitate lifelong learning.
In addition to the traditional informational experience of library professionals, the librarian should also practice evidence-based teaching practices that can help make learning continuous. This book provides abundant examples of teaching at work, includes six knowledge principles for organizing literacyeducation, with templates of working papers and organizational tools to teach how to plan a relationship and build a learning motivation for learners that exposes the legendary perception that students are skilled in computers and mobile technology.
Already how to ask research questions so as not to lose sight of their inspiration for independent learning of the power of the story, as described by Joanne Didyon, Turn Burn, Brown and educational psychology research, which is behind the information overloading the balanced framework to assess educational technology tools Specific.