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   RE: What's the difference between student-centered learning and student-driven learning?
 From: Angela Elkordy
 To: ISTE Standards
 Posted: 10-02-2017 10:31
 Message: greetings!

I agree that I've seen them used interchangeably --

I would consider student-centered learning an approach which is more individualized around students' *learning needs*, and which may use formative assessment to guide next steps, whereas student-driven learning is more about student *interests* or inquiry. Interested to hear others' ideas!

best,
Angela

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Angela Elkordy
Director, Learning Technologies Programs
Assistant Professor, Learning Sciences
National Louis University
Skokie IL
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Original Message:
Sent: 09-28-2017 20:54
From: yongjun wang
Subject: What's the difference between student-centered learning and student-driven learning?

What's the difference between student-centered learning and student-driven learning?

I don't understand the difference between student-centered learning and student-driven learning in the ISTE standards.
When I looked through a lot of literature, I found that they were almost identical.What do you think?

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yongjun wang
teacher
shanxi normal university
linfen
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