This Month’s Educator spotlight shines on Eliset Claudio. Ms. Claudio is a 6th Grade math teacher at MS 126 in Brooklyn. She shares how the
To support traditional teachers in student-centered practices, it’s important to address common concerns around the challenges of student-centered learning.
Flexible groupings allow students to work at their own level while also providing opportunities for collaborative learning.
With self-paced learning, you don’t value speed, you value mastery. So instead of scaffolding rigor I’m going to scaffold the time students are given.
Lately, a lot of attention has been given to the importance of student data. But are there studies on whether student data actually improves instruction?
Student data can show that students are struggling, but rarely identifies the cause. Personalized learning can provide teachers with actionable data.