This year we’ve been doing research and interviews on the question of how student success is or could be defined and measured in student-centered learning environments. On October 23, we’re releasing a new paper summarizing our findings and ideas. Join us that afternoon for a paper release happy hour. You’ll connect with other student-centered learning enthusiasts, hear a brief presentation on the paper’s findings, and be the first to get a copy!
We’ll also give a brief presentation on topics covered in the paper, including:
- The theory and evidence behind broader and deeper outcomes, including 21st century skills, social-emotional competencies, and school culture and climate.
- A review of the measurement strategies—like performance assessments, self-report surveys, and rubric-based portfolio reviews—being used to measure these outcomes.
- Specific ideas for how champions—at the level of state policy, school and district communities, and individual students and families—can advance the movement.