As the number of schools, districts and states committed to student-centered, personalized learning practices grows, so does the evidence base. On this page, you’ll find an evolving library of data points that describe the impacts of student-centered and competency-based approaches on student learning and other key outcomes.
The findings are searchable and are sourced from research studies, external evaluations and evidence collected directly by schools, districts and states using student-centered and personalized learning approaches.
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Implementing the student-centered instruction and assessment strategies of lesson study practices led to Latinx and Black students, both male and female, reporting an increase in feeling comfortable sharing their ideas in math class.
Implementing the student-centered instruction and assessment strategies of lesson study practices led to significant and positive shifts in Black students’ perceptions of themselves as “math people.”
After teachers engaged in empathy interviews and guided lesson study practices as part of the networked improvement community study of student-centered instruction and assessment strategies, Black and Latinx students were more likely to believe they could succeed in math class.
Over the course of the networked improvement community study of student-centered instruction and assessment strategies, Latinx students, both male and female, made significant improvements in math proficiency.
In the Kansas student-centered and future-focused redesign effort, more than 90% of the nearly 2,400 school and community respondents agreed that their schools encourage and support risk-taking with new instructional strategies and that their school and district leadership empower teachers...
In higher education, student-centered approaches to teaching have been found to correlate with greater teacher satisfaction, less teacher burnout and positive student outcomes such as improved engagement and higher academic achievement.