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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.

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This paper is designed to help you as your district or school prepares to create grading practices that reinforce the… Read More »

Video

What is Blended Learning?

This five-minute video advocates for bringing the blended learning approach—mixing the use of personalized education technology with hands on classroom… Read More »

What is Deeper Learning? What does it look like in the classroom? Does it cost more? Can it only be… Read More »

Neuroscience research tells us that the adolescent brain is still developing beyond the teenage years, but what does this mean… Read More »

View the January, 2014 newsletter for the latest publications, articles, tools, and announcements from Students at the Center! Subscribe to… Read More »

This groundbreaking study finds that nearly all parents seek schools with a solid core curriculum in reading and math, an… Read More »

A small rural school in southern New Hampshire is undergoing major school change towards more student-centered learning. This video showcases… Read More »

Article/Blog, Research, Summary

Neuroeducation: 25 Findings Over 25 Years

informED celebrates the 25th anniversary of the emergence of the field of neuroeducation with a list of the most significant… Read More »

View the December, 2013 newsletter for the latest publications, articles, tools, and event announcements from Students at the Center! Subscribe… Read More »

Students at the Center defines personalized learning as learning experiences that customize education to an individual’s personal needs and interests… Read More »

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