Humanistic Versus Traditional Teaching Styles and Student Satisfaction

@article{Ryback1980HumanisticVT,
  title={Humanistic Versus Traditional Teaching Styles and Student Satisfaction},
  author={David Ryback and Joanne Sanders},
  journal={Journal of Humanistic Psychology},
  year={1980},
  volume={20},
  pages={87 - 90}
}
Teaching styles continue to evolve from the traditional, discipline-oriented to the more humanistically inclined, student-centered approach. In many settings, this shift may be seen as too rapid, while others may argue for revolution rather than evolution. The &dquo;experiment&dquo; in humanistic education, characterized by Mogar (1969) as separating &dquo;’experiential’ learning involving the whole person from ’cognitive’ learning of stored knowledge and select problem-solving skills,&dquo; is… 

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