Science of Adolescent Learning: How Identity and Empowerment Influence Student Learning Report/Fact SheetAugust 15, 2019
New Report Explores Why Adolescents Seek to Change the World and How Educators and Adults Can Support Them Press ReleaseAugust 15, 2019
Changes in their brains, combined with a greater awareness of peers and events around them, make adolescence a key time for students to figure out who they are, what they aspire to be, and what they want to do in the world, according to a new report from the Alliance for Excellent Education (All4Ed). The report, Science of Adolescent Learning: How Identity and Empowerment Influence Student Learning, explores the research explaining these changes and offers ways that educators and policymakers can support students during this critical time.
XQ America’s Give Me Five Newsletter In the NewsJuly 14, 2019
From the science of adolescent learning to becoming an ally for youth voice, this issue of Give Me Five has a little something for all teachers who work with students during this important time of development.
Science of Adolescent Learning
Teaching & Reaching the Future Ready Student: Nurturing Connections with Social and Emotional Learning Webinar/EventMay 23, 2019
In this webinar, panelists discussed how the effects of developmental changes and shifting social environments are impacting academic learning. They shared their expertise on Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and explained how educators can help students navigate these changes by supporting the development of social and emotional skills.
How Families, Communities, and Educational Environments Affect Student Learning and Development Blog PostApril 22, 2019
Improving Educational Experiences for Diverse Learners: Valuing Culture While Combating Stress, Inequality, Bias, and Discrimination Webinar/EventApril 09, 2019
In this webinar, panelists explored how educators and school leaders can use a more comprehensive understanding of student learning environments to improve educational outcomes for diverse populations. Specifically, panelists discussed why culture and identity matter in adolescent education; how stress affects learning and development; how technology influences student learning and relationship building; and how school leaders and educators help combat the effects of inequality, bias, and discrimination.