Student-centered learning (SCL) represents a growing trend in higher education that emphasizes active learning strategies in lieu of more traditional passive strategies such as lecture. This study explores different techniques under the rubric of SCL to evaluate the utility of selected tools to enhance student knowledge and student learning. Specifically, this study tests the use of student portfolios, flipped classrooms, digital learning strategies, and problem-based learning to enhance a student’s learning experience. Originating as a collaborative effort from a university faculty learning community, this study includes a multi-disciplinary look at the effects of SCL approaches in the fields of aviation, security, and intelligence.
2018 IACB, 2018 ICE & 2018 ICTE
Scholarly Commons Citation
Bennett, M. M., Boettcher, A., Bowen, B. D., Crossley, T., Groh, D., Groh, T., & Holt, T. B. (2018). Putting Students in the Front and Center: Exploring and Refining Student Centered Learning Techniques. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/875