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The Shift to Student-Led

Reimagining Classroom Workflows with UDL and Blended Learning

studentled_Cover-3D-WEBThe Shift to Student-Led

By Katie Novak, Ed.D. and Catlin R. Tucker

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Catlin Tucker and Katie Novak have worked with too many educators who are frustrated and disillusioned with the teaching profession. They know that teachers are drowning in work and unrealistic demands. Many are mentally and emotionally exhausted by the uncertainty and constant change created by the pandemic. In this follow-up to UDL and Blended Learning, the authors have set out to help teachers reimagine their approach to their work so that it is sustainable and rewarding.

Each chapter in The Shift to Student-Led takes apart one traditional teacher-led workflow, examining the problems it presents teachers and students, what the research says versus what the reality in the classroom is, and how UDL and blended learning can free teachers from the “sage on the stage” role and place students at the center of their learning. These reimagined student-led workflows help students develop self-awareness, internal motivation, and self-regulation skills, which are critical to becoming expert learners.

Intended for K-12 educators, instructional coaches, and school leaders, this book is full of principles, strategies, and resources that can be put into practice right away by teachers at any level who want to create academically robust, inclusive learning communities.





goodreads review sutdent led testimonial quoteThis book is by two authors who understand the realities of classroom teaching. It artfully combines enough theory to explain the importance of a classroom phenomenon, and then it focuses on a variety of strategies to address that need. It is concise and clear. It is written by teachers for teachers.Great resources, templates, prompts. Reader friendly, not at all preachy. Actionable steps with many starting points for a variety of teachers and grade levels.