1. Lessons on Learning.
Part One: What Changes When Teaching Is Learner-Centered?
2. The Balance of Power.
3. The Function of Content.
4. The Role of the Teacher.
5. The Responsibility for Learning.
6. The Purpose and Processes of Evaluation.
Part Two: Implementing the Learner-Centered Approach.
7. Responding to Resistance.
8. Taking a Developmental Approach.
9. Making Learner-Centered Teaching Work.
Appendix A: Syllabus and Learning Log.
Appendix B: Handouts That Develop Learning Skills.
Appendix C: Reading Lists.