AN IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS OF APPLICABILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF LEARNER-CENTERED APPROACH AT UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL IN PAKISTANI CLASSROOM CONTEXT

Authors

  • Neelam Nazir
  • Huma Rauf
  • Paras Akhtar
  • Iram Zehra

Abstract

This research aims to anticipate the learner’s perspective regarding the study method, which is quite different from their learning strategies before the university classroom setting exposure. The researchers run SPSS to examine the collected data from the university students based on the restraints and tracts of the learner-centered approach. Hence, it is more valuable to discuss the applicability of learner-focused classrooms with comprehensive data rather than making productions. The data collection involves the ten students from SHS UMT main campus views through the questionnaire enrolled in English I course. Universities offer it as a compulsory subject for the freshers. The learner-centered approach is a thread of the learning and teaching procedure. Still, output effectiveness is much more than the traditional methods implemented in a Pakistani teaching environment until the undergraduate level. In universities, more focus is on students’ needs and goals because the students at that level are aware of their needs as per their selection of the relevant subject field. The results are determined from the gathered data, keeping the learner-centered approach on priority, to explore the effectiveness of students’ perception under the learner-focused classroom approach and their vision regarding the learner-centered classroom environment as ESL students.

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Published

2021-12-11

How to Cite

Neelam Nazir, Huma Rauf, Paras Akhtar, & Iram Zehra. (2021). AN IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS OF APPLICABILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF LEARNER-CENTERED APPROACH AT UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL IN PAKISTANI CLASSROOM CONTEXT. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(18), 353-370. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10476