[caption id="attachment_118676" align="alignleft" width="215"] Reshaping teacher preparation courses can not only enhance student learning, but also keep the U.S. competitive globally, many experts agree.[/caption]

Today’s digital-age students are expected not only to communicate effectively, think critically, and collaborate with one another, but also to analyze information while meeting rigorous state and national benchmarks.

To meet these challenges, teacher preparation programs must be reexamined and restructured in order to promote what digital learning consultant Mary Ann Wolf calls “learner-centered education.”

“Learner-centered education dramatically impacts the work of educators and educational systems, and schools must...

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