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Learner Centric Approach: Student Feedback

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 4)

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Page : 349-352

Keywords : Student centric; learning;

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Although the theories of Learner centric approach claim that learning is enhanced by adoption of Learner centric approaches in teaching learning; supported by learning management systems, the teacher handling the course is curious to examine the facts and find out for herself the truth whether the new methods adopted over the traditional methods of chalk and talk are conducive for learning. This paper is a case study of such an examination. The course is Environmental Studies (HS006) handled for the 6th semester students of the Department of Electronics and Communication. The adoption of the Learner centric approaches brings about a paradigm shift in the course planning and delivery by the teacher. There are umpteen number of free to use platforms available for the teacher to explore and use the most conducive ones specific to the task to be carried out. This case study attempts (a) to find out the students’ feedback as to the preference of the technology friendly systems for learning over the traditional methods. And (b) Whether the gender factor mattered in the feedback (difference in the feedback of the boys versus the girls). The following approach is carried out: 1. Collaborative Learning supported by MOODLE (Modular Open source object oriented learning environment).2. Conduction of Quiz (Individual) using google form 3. Feedback collected from students’ using google form. Five questions on the three factors mentioned above were asked to the students in the feedback questionnaire. Out of 61 students in the class, in the feedback analysis on use of technology friendly systems for learning an average of 73.11 % of the students have given score of 5, on the scale of 5-1, 5 being the highest score, 21.31 % of the students have given a score of 4, and 5.57 % of students have given a score of 3. No student has given score below 3. This approach can be replicated to other student group to check the feedback on the above factors, which can justify the t

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