This research paper “Teacher-Centered or Student-Centered Pedagogy” examines the need for equality and equity in the process of imparting knowledge and skills for students in educational institutions, as well as a functional pedagogy…
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Educational institutions, therefore, are tasked with putting the priorities of the student first especially in the provision of learning materials and classrooms as opposed to according teachers the necessary teaching materials (Weimer 78). Similarly, while student-centered pedagogy is critical in infusing collaborating skills during learning, under a teacher-pedagogy this is absent. This implies that teacher-pedagogy stifles the student’s innate talents and socialization skills because it isolates the learner into doing things on his own. The teacher approach is equally deemed retrogressive because it suppresses the independence that is integral in harnessing creative and critical thinking processes for the student. By learning on their own, students find an opportunity to develop the curiosity of excavating other forms of relevant knowledge in their respective areas of study. The method as opposed to teacher-approach is fundamental because it encourages group work. It, thus, allows communication across learners of divergent capacities and how their immediate collaboration with the teacher can post a positive result for long-term purposes. However, while teacher-centered pedagogy ensures that the learner is constantly under supervision to answer the fundamental questions troubling the learner, it still lacks student-friendly approach. Contrastingly, student-pedagogy approach while it recognizes the need for monitoring, it is sensitive on feedback to identify the areas that require urgent correction.
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