The Learning-Centered Paradigm: Synthesis of the Curriculum-Centered and Learner-Centered Paradigms
The curriculum-centered paradigm has John Locke and Skinner as roots. Then came the learner-centered paradigm, diametrically opposed to the former. Both are one-dimensional and limited. This paper proposes a synthesis.
||Learner-centered, learning-centered, curriculum-centered, Vygotsky, Zone of Proximal Development, ZPD
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp.161-176.
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I am 43 years old, happily married and has a 9-year daughter. I got my Bachelor's, Master's and PhD degrees all from the University of the Philippines. I have been teaching various subjects including physics, chemistry, psychology, mathematics and computer application, Jose Rizal course and other subjects for more than twenty years. I also have worked with both government and private teacher-training institutions. I have authored several books on the aforementioned subjects.
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