Learner-Centered

Student-authored pieces, learner storytelling, student voice.

Learner-Centered

The School as a Whole Community Resource

Schools can serve as dynamic centers of community engagement by sharing resources, involving guest professionals, and fostering mentorship, benefiting both students and the community.

Learner-Centered

Using Schoolwide Design Sprints to Seed Student-Centered Culture

With a solid process and supportive staff, students can develop the confidence needed to take these skills to be critical thinkers and help solve real-world problems. Read more about how Macon Early College began using the design process as a way to plant the seeds for a more student-centered culture.

Learner-Centered

Learning as a Collective

The first step toward having schools bring together the collective is for schools to treat learners as members of a collective.