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Neuroscience & the Classroom: Making Connections

Neuroscience & the Classroom: Making Connections is an online course on the implications of neuroscience research on education. Developed by… Read More »

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Growth Mindset Assessment

Researchers from UChicago CCSR and Stanford University have created a publicly available survey designed to identify students’ academic mindsets –… Read More »

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Student-centered Assessment Resources

What is student-centered assessment? What is it not? How is it implemented in the classroom, and when implemented, what is… Read More »

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Curricular Opportunities in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning Edition

Students at the Center paper Curricular Opportunities in the Digital Age explores how new digital technologies can be used to design… Read More »

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Teaching High-Level Mathematics to English Language Learners in the Middle Grades

Students at the Center paper Latino/a and Black Students and Mathematics (Gutiérrez and Irving) asks readers to rethink the problem… Read More »

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Motivation, Engagement, and Student Voice Toolkit

This professional development series is designed to accompany and help put into practice the ideas in Toshalis and Nakkula’s Motivation, Engagement… Read More »

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Student-centered Assessment Guide: Process Portfolios

What is a process portfolio? A process portfolio is a purposeful collection of student work that documents student growth from… Read More »

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Student-centered Assessment Guide: Peer Assessment

What is peer assessment? Peer assessment is simply a matter of students giving informed feedback to one another on an… Read More »

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Student-centered Assessment Guide: Exhibitions

What is an exhibition? An exhibition is a high-stakes demonstration of mastery that occurs at a culminating academic moment, such… Read More »

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Student-centered Assessment Guide: Self-assessment

What is self-assessment? Self-assessment is simply a matter of having students identify strengths and weaknesses in their own work and… Read More »

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