Student-Centered Learning


Focusing on Student-Centered Learning Experiences

February 7th, 2014

Author: Matthew Korobkin

Earlier in the week, I wrote a blog about the kick-off of Digital Learning Day.  I hope you were able to participate and I’m glad there’s a day to recognize the efforts of students, teachers, and school leaders who are spearheading innovation.  Now that the official “Day” is over, it’s important to reflect on the work in this area...

Highlighting Digital Learning Day

February 5th, 2014

Author: Matthew Korobkin

Today, February 5, is Digital Learning Day, a nationwide celebration of innovative teachers and digital learning in America’s schools.  The initiative focuses on technologies that support teachers, improve student outcomes, and provide options for students to achieve at their highest potential.  Across the US, schools are leveraging...

A Delaware Delegation Studies in Alberta

January 14th, 2014

Author: Brittany Mason

Yesterday, a Delaware education delegation landed in Alberta, Canada, beginning a four-day international study tour. The delegation, including our own President and CEO Paul Herdman, joined policymakers, state and district education officials, thought leaders, and foundation executives from across the U.S. to participate in this study tour hosted...

PISA: U.S. Educational Performance Flat, But Lessons to Be Learned

December 5th, 2013

Author: Paul Herdman

On Tuesday, the 2012 results for the largest international study of student performance, Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), were released. PISA is administered every three years to fifteen year olds in 65 countries worldwide, assessing students' ability to apply acquired knowledge in math, science, and reading in real-world...