With this understanding, Casio, in conjunction with Clemson University - Casio's Center of Academic Training - developed the Fostering Education Series, a collection of research-based books and education workbooks designed to empower educators and help foster a positive student-centered learning environment for math and science instruction through the use of appropriate tools.
What does SCLE stand for?
SCLE stands for Student-Centered Learning Environment
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We have 10 other meanings of SCLE in our Acronym Attic
- San Cristobal Land Development (Panama)
- Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
- Severe and Complex Learning Difficulties
- South Central Long Distance
- Specialist Practitioner Community Learning Disabilities Nursing
- Spokane County Library District (Washington)
- Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund
- Sakai Collaboration and Learning Environment (open-source course management system)
- Silver-Silver Chloride Electrode
- Space-Charge-Limited Emission (electrons)
- Subacute Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus
- Swedish Core Language Engine
- Sonoma County Law Enforcement Association (California)
- Signal Corps Logistics Evaluation Committee
- South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
- Southern California Lions Eye Institute
- South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Association
- Hard (Prefix)
- Soft Contact Lens Extended Wear
- Schrodingers Cat Liberation Front
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 QA135 Westphal, an independent gifted education and science consultant, shows teachers of grades three through five how to create a student-centered learning environment in inclusive classrooms by using five different types of menus from which lower, on-level, and English language learners can select products they will develop (such as reports, stories, games, speeches, or videos) so teachers can assess what has been learned in math.
Interactive teaching strategies and formative assessments have demonstrated significant improvements in student learning (Biggs & Tang, 2007; Haggis, 2003), leading to calls for a student-centered learning environment.
The inclusion of these few tools and techniques has facilitated both student-student interactivity and student-teacher interaction and helped to create a truly student-centered learning environment.
The student-centered learning environment combines traditional classroom experience with online options for flexibility and convenience.
However, what happens to student ownership within a student-centered learning environment when an extrinsic motivator such as grades become part of the mix?
The availability of such web-based mathematical manipulatives is an ever-expanding possibility that can be integrated into student-centered learning environments.
These skills have long been recognized as important, but now they are essential for learners in a student-centered learning environment.