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    learning-centred

    The coursebook is learner-centred.
    What does `learner-centred' means in this sentence?
    Please explain me.

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    Re: learning-centred

    Task-based, constructivism.

    The reader isn't instructed. The reader learns by
    creating knowledge, skills and attitudes
    from the learning activities.

    Read more about learned-centered here.

    Does that help?


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    Re: learning-centred

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea View Post
    Does that help?

    Yes. Thank you.

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    Re: learning-centred

    You're most welcome.

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