In this episode, Sarah and Hal Schwartz, the team behind SchoolStack, discuss student-centered learning and how to empower students with voice and choice this school year. You’ll hear classroom stories and strategies to help you embrace student-centered learning and save time with your instructional design.
Today’s episode is titled How to Embrace Student-Centered Learning this Year and I chat with Sarah Schwartz and Hal Schwartz all about student-centered learning and Instructional Design in today’s episode. I know that you’ll learn so much from these two passionate educators who share stories, ideas, and insights into the power of EdTech.
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Student-Centered Learning Tips
- First, reflect on your commitment to student-centered learning.
- Next, examine the role technology plays.
- Then, investigate an instructional design system.
- Finally, share your ideas with a colleague.
Sponsored by SchoolStack
This episode is sponsored by SchoolStack, a tool that guides teachers in designing and delivering lessons that focus on learner variability, agency, and choice. With SchoolStack, educators save time, move away from a one-size-fits-all approach to education, and empower students. They’re on a mission to help educators bring student-centered learning to all schools! Go to www.myschoolstack.com to learn more and see details about the FREE pilot program running through the end of the school year!
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