Going for a student-centered learning approach

Since it wasn’t so long ago, I can still remember which were my favorite and least favorite subjects during my years at the university. When I think about it, all my favorite courses have a few common attributes that distinguish them from the rest. One of their most important characteristic is that after all these years I can still retrieve the essential parts of the course content from my memory and I can embed this knowledge in my daily activity.

Another common trait of my favorite courses were the professors who taught them and their exceptional teaching styles which managed to captivate the interest of students and keep us engaged. Their magic laid not in their lectures but in their talks they had with us. They were always keen to know what we wanted to learn and how we wanted to use all the acquired knowledge later on, in our everyday life. No wonder they came up with the best project ideas and the most interesting research topics that often seemed tailor-made to the individual and group needs.

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