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Thursday, April 26 • 3:20pm - 4:20pm
Making Connections: UDL Meets Student-Centered Learning Principles

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Student-centered learning approaches are drawn from the mind/brain sciences, learning theory, and research on youth development. They are essential to students’ full engagement in achieving deeper learning outcomes. The four principles of student-centered learning approaches – personalized, competency-based, taking place anytime or anywhere, and student owned – are well aligned with universal design learning. JFF’s Students at the Center invites UDL-IRN Summit participants to a structured networking conversation about how these two overlapping field efforts can work together to create effective learning environments that engage every student - regardless of skill or economic level - and prepare them for college, career, and civic success.

JFF is a national nonprofit that drives change in American education and workforce systems to accelerate economic advancement for all. To learn more about our student-centered framework, see https://studentsatthecenterhub.org/interactive-framework/; and to review JFF’s work with student centered learning research, please visit: studentsatthecenterhub.org/resource/research-collaborative/.

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Felicia Sullivan

Associate Research Director, Jobs for the Future
Dr. Felicia Sullivan is an Associate Research Director at JFF working with its Students at theCenter team.  She works with statewide education leaders in New Hampshire in a researchpractice partnership to understand the diffusion and scale of deeper learning outcomes usingstudent... Read More →


Thursday April 26, 2018 3:20pm - 4:20pm
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