The use of both pre and post surveys will be implemented in the action research project as well (See Appendices B & C). The general intent is to promote regular bi-directional feedback for greater student awareness of the learner centered design approach to education. This is essentially a communication method I have found highly effective in developing my current model. Within that context there are three primary purposes in using these surveys. First, it will aid me, the instructor, in validating existing and hopefully in creating a reliable new variety of learning experiences that should positively influence the students’ academic self-efficacy. Second, it will allow the students to have a voice in promoting and creating effective learning strategies, and enhance a sense of autonomy, which should encourage development of analytical and abstract skills that can prove advantageous in later academic life and beyond. Third and last, by administering pre and post surveys, with regular feedback and oral reflection, this should allow the learners to witness how their peers preferences and intellectual abilities have changed and/or improved in the classroom (King & Kitchener, 1994). Therefore, the surveys should contribute to a participant’s positive self-image as well as increased intellectual confidence that this project targets, in a guided fashion, by enhancing their cognitive awareness of the holistic learning process.