What the Science Says About How Adolescents Learn There is a growing consensus that students’ educational environments affect how they learn and develop. Research shows how a range of factors including pedagogical approaches, access to quality academic resources, and supportive relationships contribute to successful educational outcomes for students. However, the reality is that not all students have the access and support they need to learn in ways that support their own developmental stage.
This session, geared toward educators who influence the educational experience of historically underserved youth—including at-promise youth in alternative schooling environments, will offer an evidenced-based approach to identifying key factors that impede and enhance educational outcomes for adolescents, and offer specific strategies that can be implemented at the school and district levels to appropriately meet the needs of diverse populations and improve student learning.
the annual alternative accountability policy forum is aN Education policy conference from:
Alternative Accountability Policy Forum 2605 Temple Heights Dr Suite F., Oceanside, CA 92056 (916) 712-9087