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This is a central, searchable resource database that will be added to on an ongoing basis. It includes videos, tools, websites, external research papers, blog posts, and more, which have been gathered by the papers' authors and the larger student-centered learning community to enhance the usefulness of this knowledge base. To submit a resource or subscribe to our newsletter, click here.

This UDL version of "Curricular Opportunities in the Digital Age" is an accessible format that applies the UDL principles to transform the static, print article into an interactive, learning experience. As you read in this UDL environment, you experience exactly the kind of "student-centered learning in the digital age" that the article promotes and learn more about how each tool connects to UDL principles and pedagogy.More
Students at the Center paper Latino/a and Black Students and Mathematics (Gutiérrez and Irving) asks readers to rethink the problem of mathematical achievement for all students, and for Latino/a and black students in particular...More
This professional development series is designed to accompany and help put into practice the ideas in Toshalis and Nakkula’s Motivation, Engagement and Student Voice and “Prioritizing Motivation and Engagement" in Anytime, Anywhere: Student-Centered Learning for Schools and Teachers. The activities and materials in this toolkit will help educators understand and apply the concepts explained in the paper. The activities are designed to facilitate the development of a mindset that encourages a critical analysis of what participants believe, what they do, and what might need to be changed to fully realize the potential of student-centered teaching.More
In this new Students at the Center tool, Assessing Learning authors Georgia Brooke and Heidi Andrade present a practical guide for implementing student-centered process portfolios in the classroom.More
In this new Students at the Center tool, Assessing Learning authors Georgia Brooke and Heidi Andrade present a practical guide for implementing student-centered peer assessment in the classroom.More
In this new Students at the Center tool, Assessing Learning authors Georgia Brooke and Heidi Andrade present a practical guide for implementing student-centered exhibitions in the classroom.More
In this new Students at the Center tool, Assessing Learning authors Georgia Brooke and Heidi Andrade present a practical guide for implementing student-centered self-assessment in the classroom.More
Educational neuroscience is a new and rapidly changing field, and numerous myths have percolated up through the years, based on unsubstantiated studies, findings taken out of context, and plain old snake-oil salesmen...More
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We know that each student is unique, but what about each student's brain? This Students at the Center infographic draws on the research from Mind, Brain, and Education to depict the brain science behind student-centered approaches to learning.More
Informative Article from ASCD's Putting Students at the Center feature.More
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