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CONTENTS Foreword Maryellen Weimer List of Tables, Exhibits, and Boxes Preface Acknowledgments The Author Part I. TRANSFORMING TEACHING TO BE MORE LEARNER-CENTERED 1 Introduction 2 Understanding the Rubrics 3 Tools for Facilitating Change and Assessment Part II. THE FIVE DIMENSIONS OF LEARNER-CENTERED TEACHING 4 The Function of Content 5 The Role of the Instructor 6 The Responsibility for Learning 7 The Purposes and Processes Of Assessment 8 The Balance of Power Part III. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION 9 Can All Courses Be Learner-Centered? 10 Strategies for Overcoming Obstacles and Resistance 11 Summary and Conclusions References Appendix A. Glossary of Terms Appendix B. The Rubrics, the Planning for Transformation Exercise, and the Documentation to Support the Selected Status Form Appendix C. Development of the Rubrics References Index
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