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Last month, I had the opportunity to visit three schools in Detroit run by Michigan’s Education Achievement Authority (EAA). I’ll be sharing what I saw and…
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Chris Sturgis shares a model of student-centered learning run by Michigan's Education Acheivement Authority who are charged with transforming persistently lowest achieiving schools. Read how competencies drive learning in this model but first a look at the five pillars this model is build on.
The EAA describes their approach as student-centered in which “pedagogy, assessments, support systems and culture are refocused to facilitate student progress organized around mastery instead of age and seat time." Their model is build on five pillars:
> Students are grouped by readiness, not by grade.
> Students create and assume ownership for their respective personalized learning and success paths and are able to communicate their progress relative to their individualized learning goals.
> Students are allowed to work at their own pace, using a blended delivery system, to master rigorous standards to ensure they graduate college, career, and next-generation ready.
> Students provide evidence of mastery through relevant performance tasks and common assessments.
> Continuous feedback is provided to students, teachers, administrators and parents through the teaching and learning and the data warehouse.