Charting New Frontiers in Student-Centered Learning
Charting New Frontiers in Student-Centered Learning is a report meant to capture and contribute to a conversation already taking place across Connecticut. We hope it serves as a way to engage and invite others, across a diverse ecosystem of change agents and practitioners, to envision and advance the learner-centered experiences all students deserve.
We invite you to share the publication with your networks and on social media, and we welcome your feedback.
This report is produced by Innovation Partners America in partnership with the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) and the Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology (CET).
TOMORROW'S TECHNOLOGY TODAY
CAPSS' Technology Committee released the report, Tomorrow's Technology Today, Technology Transforming Teaching & Learning in Connecticut Schools, A Technology Futures Projection Report.
The CAPSS Technology Committee Futures Projection Survey provides both detail and context of the voices of Instructional Technology Specialists in Connecticut sharing their expert view of the impact of technology on teaching and learning over the next five years based on emerging technologies and evidence of exemplary and promising practices throughout Connecticut.
Independent Teacher Education Programs
Apocryphal Claims, Illusory Evidence
University of Washington
National Education Policy Center (NEPC)
School of Education, University of Colorado
Accountability for College and Career Readiness
Developing a New Paradigm
Linda Darling-Hammond, Gene Wilhoit, and Linda Pittenger
Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education
CIE, National Center for Innovation in Education, University of Kentucky - 2014
Education to Employment: Designing a System that Works
Mona Mourshed, Diana Farrell, Dominic Barton
McKinsey Center for Government
It's Not a Matter of Time:
Highlights from the 2011 Competency-Based Learning Summit
Chris Sturgis, Metis Net
Susan Patrick, International Association for K-12 Online Learning
Linda Pittenger, Council of Chief State School Officers