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Ready to get off the stage and be in the audience with your students during your classes? That’s what we’re diving into in this new series focusing on student-centered pedagogy. We’re talking about everything you need to know about shifting your pedagogy to be more student centered.
Today, we are looking at what student centered pedagogy is and what it isn’t. We revisit transforming our teaching from one dimensional to three dimensional and becoming more of a facilitator than a lecturer in our lessons. We break down common misconceptions and address some fears you may be having about letting students take more control of their learning.
I give you some examples of how I implement student-centered pedagogy while still having structure and a plan – because we all know how much I love planning ahead! If you’re wondering how to move your students from passive to active learning so the content can be more meaningful to them, this episode is for you!
Topics Discussed on Student Pedagogy:
- Overview of the new series about student centered pedagogy
- What student-centered pedagogy is and what it is not
- Setting your students and parents up for learning in a different way than they’re used to
- Addressing common misconceptions and fears about student centered pedagogy
- Examples of what this type of teaching looks like in my classroom
- Questions to consider about your own teaching practices and seeing where you are on shifting to student centered teaching
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Related Episodes and Blog Posts:
- Episode 5, Engaging Your Students – Without Exhausting Yourself
- Episode 7: Making 1D Lessons 3D with Skipper Coates of Real Ms. Frizzle
- My 4 Favorite No-Prep Student-Centered Activities for High School Science
- Project-Based Learning in High School Science
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Secondary Science Simplified is a podcast specifically for high school science teachers that will help you to engage your students AND simplify your life as a secondary science educator. Each week Rebecca, from It’s Not Rocket Science, and her guests will share practical and easy-to-implement strategies for decreasing your workload so that you can stop working overtime and start focusing your energy doing what you love – actually teaching!
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