Top Ten Indicators:
1. Students have choices regarding the content of their project.
2. Students are leading their groups.
3. Teachers act as facilitators, monitors and guides.
4. Students have choice about how they are to be assessed.
5. Movement around the room is flexible (i.e. grouping, communication between
6. Educational Technology is appropriately integrated to create rich, deep, and
differentiated learning opportunities for all students.
7. Students have choices about their technology resources and tools.
8. Students research, problem-solve, analyze and evaluate issues with
collaboration from classmates, teachers, experts, community members, globally,
9. Students are involved in inquiry driven project based learning opportunities.
10. Students have an emotional connection with their learning/project.
Clarena M. Renfrow, M.Ed.
Technology Integration Coach
Fair Haven Union High School
33 Mechanic Street
Fair Haven, VT 05743
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From: Paul Irish [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2012 10:42 AM
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Subject: Student centered learning indicators
We were having a discussion this morning about statewide one-to-one purchasing, and the question came up...
How do you know if a classroom is student-centered? What are the indicators, one word descriptors, questions you might ask, things you would see?
What are your top ten indicators?
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