A learner-centred course outline goes beyond the traditional content-driven document to consider the alignment between student interests and needs, learning goals, opportunities to express higher-level thinking skills and student autonomy. In this workshop, we will share specific examples of how a learner-centred course outline can help build rapport, and increase motivation, achievement and empowerment in student learning (Richmond, 2016).
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