Rhode Island KIDS COUNT has released a series of
Student-Centered Learning Fact Sheets
highlights state policies that support student-centered learning practices, highlights best practices in Rhode Island and across the nation, and provides recommendations for expanding and strengthening student-centered learning in Rhode Island.
Student-Centered Learning recognizes that
students take ownership over their own learning by becoming actively engaged in their own success, incorporating their interests and skills into the learning process, and having a voice in decision-making about issues that affect their learning at the classroom, school, district, and state levels.
To learn more about this principle - and how students take ownership over their own learning in Rhode Island -
please click here