Both a student-centered instruction approach and a classroom management technique based on the learning protocol are known as protocol-guided learning. This paper describes the protocol-guided learning model’s implications for classroom practice and its impacts on classroom reconstruction with the aim of ensuring that learning actually occurs on students. Its definition, advantages, and practical roles are described.
Protocol-Guided Learning, Learning Protocol, , Learning Efficiency, Student-Centered Education
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