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Preface. The Author. 1. Lessons on Learning. Part One: What Changes When Teaching Is Learner-Centered? 2. The Balance of Power. 3. The Function of Content. 4. The Role of the Teacher. 5. The Responsibility for Learning. 6. The Purpose and Processes of Evaluation. Part Two: Implementing the Learner-Centered Approach. 7. Responding to Resistance. 8. Taking a Developmental Approach. 9. Making Learner-Centered Teaching Work. Appendix A: Syllabus and Learning Log. Appendix B: Handouts That Develop Learning Skills. Appendix C: Reading Lists. References. Index.