Teacher Centered vs Student Centered
- Differentiate between Teacher Centered vs Student Centered learning strategies.
|Teacher centered||Student Centered|
|The classroom will remain silent||The classroom often noisy with the voice|
|The teacher will evaluate the student learning||The student will evaluate their learning skill by themself|
|The teacher will prepared the question and the answer||The student will find the answer|
|The teacher have the orderly list what to teach||The student can choose what they want to learn.|
- Use table to compare and contrast the advantages and limitations of
- Cooperative Learning
- Problem Solving
|DISCUSSION||-participate by everyone
-The student can develop the way of thinking
|– discussion method is not appropriate for all the topics
– some of the students may feel shy
|COOPERATIVE LEARNING||– Students may explain things better to another student than a teacher to a class.
– Questions are more likely to be asked and answered in a group setting
|– the students is responsible for each other’s learning apart from themselves
– The goal of scaffolding is for students to become independent and able to think by themselves, without the help of others
|GAMES||-The student learn to socialize
– Games can be educational such as simulations of flight or real-life situation
– Improved eye-hand co-ordination for playing those fast action games
|– The hardware and software together are quite expensive
– Games do not need much physical activity
-can waste time
|SIMULATIONS||– developing self-confident among student and teacher||-Sometimes it is difficult to interpret the simulation results.
|DISCOVERY||-supports an active engagement of the learner in the learning process
-it can fosters curiosity
-it can enables the development of lifelong learning skills
-the student can creates active involvement
|-it can confuses the learner
– has limitations in practice
|PROBLEM SOLVING||-encourage the critical thinking||-Limitation of the amount of content covered, can be time-consuming.