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Changing the Way We Teach: Making the Case for Learner-Centered Teaching

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Changing the Way We Teach: Making the Case for Learner-Centered Teaching

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“Why should we change the way we teach?” a marketing professor asked with an honest gaze and a smile that bespoke sincerity. It was early in a workshop session just after I’d introduced the idea of learner-centered teaching and explained why students should be doing more of the learning tasks themselves.

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