An african american woman teenager student or teacher in an elementary school hallway[/caption]For better or worse, another school year is winding down. For school leaders who have been hoping to kick off a new, student-centered approach to teaching, that means you have to act fast. The whole idea of student-centered, personalized learning may seem like a long and daunting task—and perhaps it is—but there is one small step that can lay the groundwork for a culture of generativity.
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I sat with a teacher a few weeks ago that was confronted with a very common classroom challenge - how to create more differentiation in her classroom to better reach all of her students. She was worried that her struggling [...]