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DIRECTION: Read a research or study related to LEARNER-CENTERED PSYCHOLOGICAL

PRINCIPLES ( LCP). Fill out the matrix below.

Submitted by: Submitted to:

POYAOAN, MARICA P. MRS. JESSICA DG. MALANUM

BSED ( VALUES EDUCATION )

1ST YEAR

SEPTEMBER 10,2019
PROBLEM RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

My learning problems stated in the middle Aims at finding a solution for an


school. When i was in elementary school, my immediate problem facing a society or an
classes were small and i received a lot of industrial or business organization.
attention from my teachers. I went to middle
school, my teachers no longer seemed concerned
for me. My grades went from MC to JQ and my
teachers did not notice...they just kept teaching.

SOURCE
Volume 42. number 2. Spring 2003 copyright Co 2003 College
of Education, The Ohio State University
FINDINGS CONCLUSION
THE MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARS are critical
Much of the research on the middle
turning point in young people’s lives. Early
school transition has focused on negative
adolescence is an important time for youth to
changes in motivation and achievement,
adjust to a rapidly changing body, learn new
findings from research with the LCP’s suggests
cognitive abilities, form positive social
that the use of learner-centered teaching
relationships, develop a personal code of ethics
practice can help offset some of these negative
and morality (Eccles and Midgley, 1989; Jackson
changes. Specially, results with the ALCP
and Davis 2000). Schools, along with peers and
teachers and student surveys confirmthe
families, play important role in fostering young
positive relations of learner-centered practices
people’s healthy development through the
to students mastery goals, cognitive
adolescent years. In a groundbreaking report,
engagement and achievement. Moreover
turning points; Preparing American youth for the
findings revealed that sudents perceptions of
21st century ( Carmegie Council on Adolescent
their learning environment are more predictive
Development, 1989 ), a group of educators,
of student motivation and learning than were
researchers, policy makers media leaders
teacher’s self reported beliefs and practice.
concluded that middle schools are “ potentially
Thus, in keeping with a learner-centered
society’s most powerful force to recapture
approach, the classroom needs to be viewed
millions of youth adrift. “
from the students perspective.
How are the findings of this research useful to teachers?
Applying the Learner-Centered Psychological Principles (LCPs) in teacher preparation
programs to model effective learner-centered practices and promote students motivation and
learning. When the teacher use the findings of this research, the teacher must helps to contruct
his/her knowledge, offering students choices, encouraging collaboration and accomodation
individual differences through criterion-referenced mastery grading.