Reflection On Student-Centered Learning

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Thus, it was a felt-need to carry out a study that focused on teaching pedagogy integrating ICT and reflect on the results thus obtained. Key Terms Defined Student-centered learning (SCL), or learner-centeredness, is a learning model that places the student (learner) in the centre of the learning process. Internet is a global computer network, providing a variety of information and communication facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standardized communication protocols Android technology and Mobile technology - Android is a mobile operating system (OS) currently developed by Google, based on the Linux kernel and designed primarily for touch-screen mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets. Android's user interface…show more content…
Schön (1991) distinguishes between reflection-on-action and reflection-in-action. Reflection-in-action is concerned with practicing critically. So, a physiotherapy student working with a client on an exercise programme is making decisions about the suitability of particular exercises, which exercise to do next and judging the success of each exercise at the same time as they are conducting the activity. Reflection-on-action on the other hand, occurs after the activity has taken place when one is thinking about what one (and others) did; judging how successful one was and whether any changes to what one did could have resulted in different…show more content…
In spite of teachers often being limited by the ICT resources available to them, there are many examples in the literature of teachers having a good understanding of a particular resource and efficient utilisation of the same. However, very few teachers have a comprehensive knowledge of the extensive range of ICT resources available in education. This means that learners are not given all the learning opportunities which ICT could provide. Teachers are confident in their chosen uses of ICT. Few teachers are confident in using a wide range of ICT resources, and limited confidence affects the way the lesson is conducted. Many teachers still fear some forms of technology, which prevents them making much use of them in their teaching. The use of ICT has a limited impact on teaching and learning where teachers fail to appreciate that

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