Positive Impacts of TILT: Two Professors’ Journeys in Creating More Student-Centered Teacher Education Courses
As the K-12 classroom changes to support the needs of our every-changing society, so should the teacher education courses change on the university level. Additionally, the focus on higher education has become more student-centered with an emphasis on transparency in teaching and learning (TILT). The purpose of this article is to highlight the positive experiences two teacher education professors had using TILT to examine assignments and course syllabi. The journey of developing transparent assignments and student-centered syllabi is time-consuming, challenging, and on-going, but the benefits of a student-centered classroom are invaluable.
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Crosby, M., & Short, R. (2023). Positive Impacts of TILT: Two Professors’ Journeys in Creating More Student-Centered Teacher Education Courses. Perspectives In Learning, 20 (1). Retrieved from https://csuepress.columbusstate.edu/pil/vol20/iss1/5
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