In Allison Zmuda and Bena Kallick‘s upcoming book, Student at the Center: Personalized Learning and Habits of Mind, they define true north by offering a set of personalized learning attributes that can serve as a lens for anchoring a school that is envisioning personalized learning for all of its students.
In Co-Creation, the student works with the teacher to develop a challenge, problem, or idea. They go on to clarify what is being measured (learning goals), envision the product or performance (assessment) and outline an action plan to be successful on that performance to achieve the desired results (learning actions).
Co-Creation Attribute: Articles
- Design Thinking and the Deskless Classroom
- 5-Minute Film Festival: Classroom Makeovers to Engage Learners
- Flexible Seating and Student-Centered Classroom Redesign
- 2 Quick, Inexpensive Ways to Add Collaborative Space to Your Classroom
- Pop Up and Make: Student-Designed and Facilitated Makerspaces
- Hand it Over to the Students: Redesigning Our Math Block
- Twenty Ideas for Engaging Projects
Co-Creation Attribute: Videos
- Coming soon!