(Answered) NR535 Week 2: Paradigm Shift

There has been an educational paradigm shift from a focus on teaching to learning. Consider the following statement in light of the shift from teaching to learning: “Teachers don’t fail students; students fail themselves.” Do you agree or disagree? Provide examples that support your position.


In recent years, the shift from teacher-centered to learning-centered has been a key trend that has been impacting higher education. Ideally, the learning paradigm focuses on the efficient as well as the effectiveness of the learning process regarding what the learners know and how they can utilize the new information. In light of this, I do agree with the statement that “Teachers don’t fail students; students fail themselves.” Students are responsible for their learning. The fundamental role of the teacher is to create an environment as well as experiences that enable the learners to discover and construct knowledge. To access the solution  click the icon below to purchase at $5