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The Student-Centered Learning Podcast
Keeping Students at the Center
Category: Education
Location: Providence, RI
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May 16, 2018 02:00 AM PDT

Nerd culture and student-centered learning for STEM, with Roberto Gonzales, Founder and Director of Steambox Rhode Island. Interview by Reza Clifton.

May 15, 2018 02:00 AM PDT

Today we continue a series of very special episodes - 15 interviews of Student-Centered Educators brought to us by guest producers. You’re about to hear from Lauren Bidell, a graduate student in Providence College’s Urban Teaching Program, who interviews Dr. Anthony Rodriguez - a 3rd timer on the podcast!, and who is an Assistant Professor in the Elementary/Special Education Program at PC, and a teacher of over 20 years working to create equity in his classrooms through a student-centered approach. They talk about mastery-based education and other SCL concepts. Enjoy the interview!

May 14, 2018 02:00 AM PDT

Today we continue a series of very special episodes - 15 interviews of Student-Centered Educators brought to us by guest producers. You’re about to hear from guest producer, Kerri Biagiotti, who interviews Nicole Rossi of Blackstone Valley Prep about Literacy Circles and other SCL strategies in the second grade ELA classroom.

May 13, 2018 02:00 AM PDT

Today we continue a series of very special episodes - 15 interviews of Student-Centered Educators brought to us by guest producers. You’re about to hear from guest producer Julio Alvarez, who interviews Lisa Pacitto, a teacher at Providence Career and Technical Academy, as they discuss a structure called Personalized Learning Time.

May 12, 2018 02:00 AM PDT

Today we continue a series of very special episodes - 15 interviews of Student-Centered Educators brought to us by guest producers. You’re about to hear from Jennifer Bandy, a student at Providence College, who interviews Kinte Howie, a 2nd-grade teacher at Martin Luther King school in Providence, RI. They discuss several student-centered strategies.

May 11, 2018 02:00 AM PDT

Student-owned learning through self- and peer-assessment. An interview with Maurice Louis by Pascal Despeignes.

May 11, 2018 02:00 AM PDT

Today we continue a series of very special episodes - 15 interviews of Student-Centered Educators brought to us by guest producers. You’re about to hear from Edmicelly Xavier, a Spanish teacher at Paul Cuffee Upper School, an inner-city charter school in Providence, Rhode Island. Edmicelly grew up in Providence and is a product of the underfunded and underperforming inner-city schools. Now she is earning a Master of Education in Urban Teaching at Providence College this month. She interviews Keith Morton, Public and Community Service professor at Providence College, who has particular interests in community building, nonviolence and youth development. Edmicelly and Keith have a broad conversation about student-centered learning, the power of it, how to do it, and what systems and structures that need to change to enable it. Enjoy!

May 10, 2018 02:00 AM PDT

Guest producer Katelyn Veyera reflects on how she designed a project-based learning curriculum to help her 3rd grade students learn about the history of the town they live in: Cranston RI.

May 10, 2018 02:00 AM PDT

Today we continue a series of very special episodes - 15 interviews of Student-Centered Educators brought to us by guest producers. You’re about to hear from Elizabeth Boucher, a second year teacher at The Met High School in RI, and a candidate for a masters in Urban Education at Providence College. She interviews Matthew Guertin, a Quantitative Reasoning Specialist at The Met High School, who talk to us about revisioning high school math class as more relevant and student-centered.

May 09, 2018 07:06 AM PDT

Today we continue a series of very special episodes - 15 interviews of Student-Centered Educators brought to us by guest producers. You’re about to hear from Nick Mosher, a 3rd and 4th grade special educator at Blackstone Valley Prep, a charter school in Rhode Island that focuses on putting all kids on a path to college. He interviews Kim Carter, a founder and Executive Director of the QED Foundation and member of the team that developed the Learner Sketch Tool which you will hear about in this interview.

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