How teachers can create a student-centered learning environment

Science and technology teacher Marcia Powell in this commentary poses five questions to help educators reflect on their teaching style and adapt it to give students more of a choice and voice in their learning. She suggests teachers analyze how they handle a lack of student buy-in on projects and seek more student input to make a lesson better. "No matter how well-intentioned we may be about student engagement, we sometimes miss the mark," she writes.

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