Saturday, February 22, 2014

This article looks at the elements of inquiry from the perspective of student-centerd practices. Enjoy! Courtesy of ASCD SmartBrief.

Study shows benefits of deeper learning, student-centered instruction
A recent study finds that deeper learning and student-centered practices were shown to improve academic achievement among low-income minority students in four schools. Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education studied the schools, which used Linked Learning Alliance or Envision Schools models, and found that all are committed to personalized learning, strive for positive teacher-student relationships and are based on reflection and revision. Edutopia.org/Bob Lenz's blog (2/13)

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