Resources

Bringing the Four Principles Together

Welcome to the Resources page! Here, you will find high-quality educational materials that have been selected by the Students at the Center team.

Learn more about our vetting process here. Our curation process is ongoing so let us know what we should include.


Newsletter

Students at the Center Newsletter – September 2012

With the momentum started at the Students at the Center symposium in spring 2012, and the priority Race to the… Read More »

News

Diving into How Students Learn Best

In a fortunate turn, advances in research and theory are emerging at a long-awaited moment in U.S. education: the agreement… Read More »

Multimedia, Video

On “Diversity and the Unique Needs of Kids in Our Schools” (VIDEO)

JFF interviewed Dr. Eric Toshalis, Lewis & Clark College Graduate School of Ed assistant professor, at the 2012 Students at the… Read More »

Multimedia, Video

“Each and Every Learner Will Learn” (VIDEO)

JFF interviewed Nicholas C. Donohue, President & CEO of the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, which funded the Students at the Center project.… Read More »

Multimedia, Video

“It’s Not Just for Literacy Development, It’s for Their Lives” (VIDEO)

JFF interviewed Dr. Alfred W. Tatum, University of Illinois at Chicago associate professor, at the 2012 Students at the Center Symposium… Read More »

Multimedia, Video

“Building a Field: The Students at the Center Project” (VIDEO)

JFF interviewed Dr. Beth M. Miller, Director of Research & Evaluation for the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, which funded the… Read More »

Multimedia, Video

“Student Differences: An Asset, Not a Liability” (VIDEO)

JFF interviewed Dr. David Rose, co-founder of CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology), at the 2012 Students at the Center… Read More »

Multimedia

“Taking Student-centered Learning System-wide” (VIDEO)

JFF interviewed Dr. Amanda Datnow, UC San Diego professor, at the 2012 Students at the Center Symposium in Boston, MA, about… Read More »

Article/Blog

Responding to Each Student’s Needs and Interests

Written by Cecilia Le and Rebecca E. Wolfe for CompetencyWorks‘ blog “Learning from the Cutting Edge“: What would an education… Read More »

Website

Usable Knowledge

The Usable Knowledge website, managed by the Harvard Graduate School of Education are intended to disseminate key practice and policy… Read More »

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