Organizing learning around student ownership doesn’t mean letting students decide all that happens in the classroom. It does mean providing them the opportunity to decide what success looks like for them. And structuring assignments and classwork so students have openings to making school relevant to their vision of success.
Here are five quick tips for educators from our latest Portico webinar. Keep these in mind as you organize learning for student ownership.
See more about student ownership of learning in our video series, featuring Desiree Kiesel, Principal of Woodburn Arts and Communications Academy, and Ross Anderson, Principal Researcher at Inflexion. Through the MakeSPACE project they partner to foster ownership of learning in the classroom. This initiative enhances the creative resources of K-12 educators and facilitates innovative arts integration strategies for creative engagement in student learning.