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Learner-centered design is focused on the nature of the active learning process and the unique qualities of individual learners.
Learner-centered design understands the need to offer learner support while at the same time encourages independent learning.
By selecting appropriate instructional methods, such as learner-centered design, scenario-based learning, and problem-based learning, learning is accommodated.
Learner-centered design addresses the need for learner engagement, but other stakeholders need designs that address the issues of effectiveness and viability.
Through redefining the modeling task and applying learner-centered design techniques, we have created a new tool, Model-It, which demonstrates that modeling can be made accessible to high school students.