Teaching vs. Learning: How to Move to Learner-Centered Design

Benjamin Franklin wisely said, “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” And while we are now three centuries past Ben’s time, it’s still relevant to understand the distinction between teaching and learning.

In fact, a popular buzzword in the learning and training space, “learner-centered’ design,” revolves around moving from teaching to learning.

Check out our Slideshare that breaks down the differences between teaching-focused and learning-centered design and provides a series of questions to help you shift your perspective when building training courses.

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