Behavioral problems can make the learning environment difficult for everyone involved in the instructional setting (such as, students, instructors, aides). Understanding human development will help you better understand and deal with certain behaviors in designing curriculum and instruction for your instructional setting.
A. Recommend a curriculum content strategy for your instructional setting that adheres to learner-centered approaches.
1. Justify the appropriateness of this curriculum strategy in your instructional setting.
B. Recommend an instructional strategy for your instructional setting that adheres to learner-centered approaches.
1. Justify the appropriateness of this instructional strategy in your instructional setting.
C. Develop a learning/training activity for your instructional setting that adheres to learner-centered approaches.
1. Justify the appropriateness of the learning/training activity you developed for your instructional setting.
D. When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format.
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