Letting Go of Control
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Letting Go of Control book
Letting go of control can be very difficult. Student-driven learning looks very different than teacher-driven learning. It’s not easy, it’s messy, and it requires a two-way trust that creates a culture of learning instead of teaching. Student-centered and student-driven are two very similar but also different ways for students to experience learning. Student-centered learning can still be driven by the teacher. It’s definitely focused on what individual students need and want in the classroom, but it doesn’t give the learners as much control as a student-driven classroom. A student-driven classroom involves learners really taking control and driving their learning. When students drive the learning, they begin to find the relevance.