Sharing Power in the Classroom to Enhance Learning

This presentation (see link below) outlines several effective ways to create power sharing activities with students. Students often have very little power in a traditional classroom which contributes to their passive learning behaviors. In a learner centered classroom sharing power over the decisions that most directly affect students’ learning enhances their involvement and participation in their own learning.

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