How many times have you heard (or said), “I’m just not a math person?” Learn how researchers and educators are creating powerful student-centered learning opportunities that help students reject this statement and instead claim ownership over their math abilities. Dr. Daisy Sharrock and Dr. Stacey Caillier, both from the High Tech High Graduate School of Education, share some lessons learned as their study on mathematical agency comes to a close. The full findings from this Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative study will be released at our public convening in October.
This webinar is part of a series hosted by the Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative which works to investigate, evaluate, and curate what is known about student-centered learning and leverage that knowledge to effect meaningful change at scale. Funded by the Nellie Mae Education Foundation with additional support from Overdeck Family Foundation and the Barr Foundation, the Research Collaborative currently supports five studies and nine Distinguished Fellows who are leading the field in research, policy, and practice.