Four principles of learner-centred design

Learners are responsible for their own learning
Training is the process of helping people to learn, but not necessarily meeting their conditioned responses to learning
The learning opportunities should provide the greatest amount of choice and freedom in how learners learn
The learning opportunity should be fun-filled and free from fear and embarrassment

Source: Trevor Bentley


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