A learner-centred learning strategy puts the curriculum planning focus on the learner—not the teacher, trainer, or lecturer. The focus placed on equipping the learner with the skills to develop autonomy and independence for the learning experience. “…[Learner]-centered instruction focuses on skills and practices that enable lifelong learning and independent problem-solving.”[1] If the thinking skills to promote independent learning are explicitly taught, then the learning objectives can be learnt with little to no input from the teacher.  Basically, the learner learns how to learn for him/herself. elearning space builds learner-centric elearning experiences based on client need.

[1] Young, Lynne E., Paterson, Barbara L. (2007). Teaching Nursing: Developing a Student-centered Learning Environment. p. 5.