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This is a central, searchable resource database that will be added to on an ongoing basis. It includes videos, tools, websites, external research papers, blog posts, and more, which have been gathered by the papers' authors and the larger student-centered learning community to enhance the usefulness of this knowledge base. To submit a resource or subscribe to our newsletter, click here.

This professional development module was created as part of a partnership between Students at the Center , a Jobs for the Future initiative, and the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents . Six Connecticut high...More
This professional development module was created as part of a partnership between Students at the Center , a Jobs for the Future initiative, and the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents . Six Connecticut high...More
This professional development module was created as part of a partnership between Students at the Center , a Jobs for the Future initiative, and the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents . Six Connecticut high...More
This free, 13-page resource guide offers practical tips for putting brain-based learning in action in K-12 classrooms, along with supporting resources including reading lists, videos, and published articles.More
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Two online professional development modules that introduce the theory, principles, and application of Universal Design for Learning.More
This lesson plan introduces students to adolescent brain research and the implications of such research on societal rules and responsibilities for this age group.More
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Researchers from UChicago CCSR and Stanford University have created a publicly available survey designed to identify students' academic mindsets - key factors in students' academic success. Learn more about the science behind this assessment, view a sample assessment, and see how to use it with your students!More
What is student-centered assessment? What is it not? How is it implemented in the classroom, and when implemented, what is the impact? The Students at the Center project has produced the following suite of resources as part of a continued effort to help make the research papers and edited book come alive and be more applicable to those wishing to implement more student-centered approaches in the classroom, school, district, or beyond.More
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This UDL version of "Curricular Opportunities in the Digital Age" is an accessible format that applies the UDL principles to transform the static, print article into an interactive, learning experience. As you read in this UDL environment, you experience exactly the kind of "student-centered learning in the digital age" that the article promotes and learn more about how each tool connects to UDL principles and pedagogy.More
Students at the Center paper Latino/a and Black Students and Mathematics (Gutiérrez and Irving) asks readers to rethink the problem of mathematical achievement for all students, and for Latino/a and black students in particular...More

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