|Active Individualized Learning: Student|
centered stimulation through hands-on
materials and discovery-based projects.
|Passive Class Learning: Teacher centered|
class learning with paperwork.
|Working at One’s Own Pace: Each child|
works at his/her own potential
independent of the class, moving ahead
quickly as they are ready.
|Group Learning: Each child is directly|
affected by the progress of the whole
|Independence: Students are encouraged|
to make good decisions, confidence is
promoted, and opportunities are given to
choose work based on interest.
|Dependence: Activities are initiated by|
the teacher and are the same for
|Concrete Based Education: Uses hands-on|
materials and first hand experiences so
students understand their work creating
naturally goal-oriented students.
|Abstract Education: Learning through|
memorization and intangible concepts
|Self-Evaluation: Students use selfcorrecting|
teaching materials and
evaluate their individual work with the
teacher, promoting self-confidence.
|Class Comparison: Students evaluate|
themselves against the group and
standardized tests are used to measure