The Education Evolving Blog

December 15, 2021 · By Lars Esdal, Sara Kemper

Being student-centered isn’t a static “thing you do”, but an approach of continually adjusting—both for each student and school-wide

December 1, 2021 · By Lars Esdal

Picture a mirror, not a hammer—helping answer objectively: How are we doing? Where can we improve?

November 22, 2021 · By Danyika Leonard

While the draft standards have sparked debate, teachers welcome the overdue shift to more equitable social studies instruction

October 15, 2021 · By Sara Kemper

How student-centered schools looked to narrative data to document student learning during the pandemic.

September 22, 2021 · By Sara Kemper

How student-centered schools made wellness a priority—both before and during the pandemic

September 8, 2021 · By Lars Esdal

Why schools see engagement as a critical ingredient for student-centered learning—and how they measure it with integrity

August 18, 2021 · By Guest Blogger

Relationships of grace and trust carried this student-centered high school community through a most difficult year

August 4, 2021 · By Marcus Penny

In a district used to exploring different ways of personalizing learning, Covid-19 accelerated new approaches to keeping students at the center

August 3, 2021 · By Danyika Leonard

The Minnesota Department of Education has released the second draft of the revised Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards in Social Studies, which adds a new, fifth “strand” of standards dedicated to Ethnic Studies.

July 9, 2021 · By Sara Kemper

For a school that centers hands-on learning among sharks and coral, the pandemic required reimagining the spaces and schedules of learning


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