Literacy and Numeracy

A Visual List of 28 Learner-Centered Instruction Methods [Infographic]

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When we use learner-centered instruction methods, we plan with the student instead of for the student.

This essentially means being mindful of their needs and placing them at the center of the teaching process.

Learner-centered instruction methods can take many practical forms in the classroom. That's what the infographic below aims to show us with 28 different suggestions.

An Ethical Island's Mia MacMeekin never ceases to amaze. Her infographics are simple, clean, and chock full of timeless tidbits of wisdom that make every teacher's job easier and more enjoyable. This one below is intended to give teachers some of the most engaging learner-centered instruction methods available to them in one handy reference.

Learner-centered instruction takes the intimidation out of new learning and places a welcome mat in front of every student that says, "You Matter." 

It prioritizes our students' interests and gives them a voice in the learning process. In the end, it's designed to shift the responsibility for learning from teacher to student. That's why learner-centered instruction methods work so well in developing autonomy and independent critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

28 Learner-Centered Instruction Methods

We hope you enjoy Mia's offering of these terrific learner-centered instruction methods. You'll find that they're adaptable to practically any classroom environment. Use them to foster skills in digital media literacy and critical problem-solving processes. Let students explore collaboration and teamwork in a rewarding environment. Teach with role-playing, social media, and game-based learning.

There are learner-centered instruction methods to be found here for every teaching adventure. But in the end, it's all about community, and we want to hear from you. If you have any suggestions of your own or have used methods not listed here that you'd like to share, feel free to chime in below in the comments section. We want to hear all about your classroom success.

Instructional Methods Learner Centered by Mia MacMeekin