Developing Student Ownership

Learn to make your classroom truly student-centered. This means giving students the authority, capacity, and responsibility to own their learning. Developing student ownership builds academic motivation that, in turn, leads to increased student achievement. Walk away with a variety of methods to implement the most effective and efficient, research-based strategic learning practices in curriculum, instruction, assessment, and climate that foster this ownership.


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Virtual or Onsite


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Jane Kennedy, Robert Crowe