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Principles and practice
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Kevin Michael Klipfel, Dani Brecher Cook
Today's emphasis on metrics and personalization make evidence-based instruction an imperative. In this practice-based handbook, the authors draw on the research of the humanistic psychologist and educator Carl Rogers to present an empathetic appro...
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'Succinctly demonstrates the need for empathy in self-directed learning. This title is compelling in design; theory and practicality entwine, and infographics generate intentional engagement ... Highly recommended.' - ARBA * ARBA * 'Does a good job in showing how learner-centered pedagogy can be applied to library teaching to produce significant student learning. It is recommended for academic librarians, but other librarians will find it useful, too.'- Catholic Library World * Catholic Library World * 'Current librarians who take the time to read through the extensive research provided in this text will give more consideration to what it is like to be a learner today, and perhaps will find new approaches to integrate into their work with patrons of all ages.'- VOYA * VOYA *
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Kevin Michael Klipfel received his master's degree in philosophy from Virginia Tech. He received his M.S.L.S. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where his master's research on authenticity, motivation, and information literacy learning won the Dean's Achievement Award for the Best Master's paper of 2013 in the School of Information in Library Science. He has presented nationally on student motivation and learning both in and outside the library profession, and has published articles on the application of humanistic and existential psychology to learner-centred information literacy learning in journals such as College and Research Libraries and Reference Services Review. He lives and works in Los Angeles. Dani Brecher Cook is Director of Teaching and Learning at University of California, Riverside. She holds an MSLS from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an A.B. in English Literature from the University of Chicago. She has published on information literacy pedagogy and learning technologies in College & Research Libraries News, Reference & User Services Quarterly, and Communications in Information Literacy. Dani has presented on the intersection of these two topics nationally at conferences such as ACRL, LITA, LOEX, and the Library Technology Conference.
Acknowledgments Introduction 1. What is Learner-Centered Pedagogy? 2. Curiosity and Learning: The Importance of Authenticity and Autonomy 3. Empathy and the Science of Learning: Lessons from the Cognitive Literature 4. Relationships: The Heart of Learner-Centered Pedagogy 5. Cultivating a Growth Mindset 6. The Learner-Centered Library Technologist: Applying Learner-Centered Pedagogy Conclusion: The Timelessness of Learner-Centered Pedagogy Directions for Further Reading About the Authors Index