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Optimizing Learning Activities for Student-Centered Learning

Guest Contributor Jason Lancaster, M.Ed.

Regardless of the model you use, designing a meaningful educational program requires careful analysis, thoughtful development, and thorough assessment. Here, Instructional Designer Jason Lancaster shares valuable insight on current best practices for the creation of successful activities.

Increasingly, instructors are asked to create activities and learning experiences that are student centered. Learning activities can occur throughout the learning process as prerequisite, pre-instructional, instructional, post-instructional and remedial. Here are a few tips to think about when designing your student-centered activities:

Jason Lancaster, M.Ed., is an Instructional Designer of digital content at Cengage Learning.

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