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In “ Curricular Opportunities in the Digital Age ,” a paper for the Students at the Center project, David Rose and I aim to describe how technology can be used to create more student-centered learning opportunities for diverse...More
View the January, 2014 newsletter for the latest publications, articles, tools, and announcements from Students at the Center! More
informED celebrates the 25th anniversary of the emergence of the field of neuroeducation with a list of the most significant findings in neuroscience education of the past 25 years.More
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View the December, 2013 newsletter for the latest publications, articles, tools, and event announcements from Students at the Center! More
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Welcome back to school! In this issue, we're excited to release four new Students at the Center videos that offer an introduction to student-centered self- and peer assessment (along with a companion blog post). In addition, we bring you a report of student-centered approaches to learning in action, an introduction to deeper learning, and seven ways to build a better school day.More
Originally published by CompetencyWorks, August 28 2013. What educator hasn’t wished they could get inside a student’s head—if even just for a moment—to really understand how she thinks, learns, and what she still needs to do to grasp a concept or lesson? Process portfolios (also known as “process-folios”) provide an opportunity to not only peek inside a student’s progression toward mastery, but also to get the student more actively engaged in understanding his own learning process.More
Research supporting student-centered approaches to learning continues to mount, deepening interest and excitement from both educators and policymakers. This month we bring you studies pointing to the importance of motivation, engagement, and student voice in education and reinforcing the need for culturally contextualized curricula. We also offer a forecast on the future of learning and a rich resource for schools and districts working to implement proficiency-based education.More
This commentary delves deeper into the principles behind Students at the Center's Brainy Approaches to Learning infographic and explains how the brain science behind learning supports the concept of personalized learning. The infographic illustrates research from the report Mind, Brain, and Education.More
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