In Greece Classrooms, Learning is a Verb

Learning used to be something that occurred when students listened as teachers imparted wisdom, but Greece classrooms of today are quite different. Our student-centered learning model encourages educators to employ multiple teaching methods that shift the role of the instructors from givers of information to facilitating student learning. For students, the emphasis is on working together, in pairs, in groups, and as a whole class.

Learners are encouraged to ask questions, find new sources of information and use technology. This approach more closely aligns to what occurs in college and real world work environments. Student-centered learning also builds confidence and responsibility. When students have a stake in their own learning, engagement and achievement increase.