Student-Centered Learning: Functional Requirements for Integrated Systems to Optimize Learning

By Elizabeth Glowa and Jim Goodell
August 1, 2017

This paper illustrates the technical requirements and functionalities that learning management systems need to shift toward student-centered instructional models. This comprehensive framework will help districts and schools determine what systems to use, and integrate, as they begin their journey toward student-centered learning. It also addresses how systems integration aligns with their organizational vision, educational goals, and strategic plans.

Educators can use this report to optimize student learning and promote innovation in their own student-centered learning environments. The report will help school leaders understand the complex technologies needed to enhance personalized learning, and how to use data and analytics to improve practices. It can also assist technology leaders in re-engineering systems to support the nuances of student-centered learning.

Source Organization: iNACOL

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