Learner-Centered

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.

New Pathways

Tacoma Adding More Personalized Learning Opportunities

Rebecca Midles shares how Tacoma Public Schools has taken a collaborative approach to developing its choice schools, working with teachers, parents, and community members to create schools that reflect the needs and interests of the local community.

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.

Learner-Centered

Why Your Students Need a Manifesto

Students today can benefit from having a personal manifesto, which is a statement of purpose and a script for action to anchor you in your values when you’re faced with dilemmas. Educators can help students create their personal manifesto with a flexible series of exercises, which can then be shared with a larger group to deepen their understanding of each other.