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Learner‐centered Teaching  and Education at USC:  A Resource for Faculty

Learner‐centered Teaching and Education at USC: A Resource for Faculty

This is an Appendix to a Faculty Handbook at USC. 'Many of our USC colleagues first became acquainted with the concept when it appeared in early drafts of the university’s 2004 Strategic Plan. During this time, faculty assemblies convened to discuss and make recommendations regarding the draft document, including the topic of learner-centered education in a research university. After the usual iterative process of review and revision, the University’s 2004 Strategic Plan was adopted with learner-centered education as a significant part of USC’s new vision for increasing academic excellence.  This committee was formed as part of the process of further implementing the Strategic Plan. During our investigation, we were pleased to find that the practice of learner-centered teaching is well... Show More
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