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blog | February 10, 2017 | by Angela Cooper

How Personalized Learning Starts with Less Teacher Talk, More Student Voice

This was originally posted on Edsurge on January 25, 2017 as part of the EdSurge Fifty States Project. Two of my students… Read More »

blog | February 6, 2017 | by Keesa McKoy

A Model For Student Voice

“When students are encouraged to think and learn outside the box, not only do they become more involved in their… Read More »

blog | January 27, 2017 | by Eve Goldberg

Ensuring Rhode Island Teachers and Students Thrive

We know from research that investing in the development of teacher leadership results in gains in student learning, increases in… Read More »

blog | January 27, 2017

Three Ways Student Voice Can Elevate Motivation and Engagement

If you spend enough time in middle school or high school classrooms, you know teachers work hard to keep students… Read More »

blog | January 23, 2017 | by Mary Bellavance

A Close-Up Look at How a Workshop Framework Can Enhance Personalized Learning

Originally posted on CompetencyWorks, January 19, 2017. When I started teaching first grade over twenty-five years ago, I quickly realized… Read More »

blog | January 17, 2017 | by Eric Toshalis

Breaking Down Silos with the Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative

Here’s an alarming thought: What if our educational research questions, policies, and practices sometimes arise as much from ignorance as… Read More »

blog | January 9, 2017 | by Kirk Walters

Teachers at the Center: Honing the Craft of Student-Centered Math Instruction

Student-centered teaching is complex, demanding work. It requires teachers who are curious and have an unwavering commitment to helping all… Read More »

blog | January 6, 2017

Our Top 16 from 2016

As the excitement of the ball dropping and the year’s end fades into a cold and dreary January (at least… Read More »

blog | December 16, 2016 | by LINDSEY COX

Winooski Middle/High School Tackles Equity in Personalization

As one of the schools participating in The Growing Equity Together Project, inspired by Sarah Bertucci’s Deeper Learning and Equity… Read More »

blog | December 9, 2016 | by Keesa McKoy

Starting Small and other Takeaways for Advancing Student-Centered Learning

Last week, I attended the Advancing Student-Centered Learning Forum in Devens, MA. This forum was hosted by the Rennie Center… Read More »

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