Student-centered learning needs to be competency based . . . rather than measure butt time in seats.
Rebecca Wolfe, our associate vice president of Students at the Center, was featured on the Shift Your Paradigm podcast—a collaboration between Education Reimagined and TLTalkRadio. In this episode, Rebecca discusses student-centered learning, the benefits of personalized learning, and the competencies that educators and leadership must critique themselves against as they look to move to a more learner-centered model.
This podcast episode also appeared on the TLTalkRadio website.