Youth Discuss Our Time, Proficiency-Based Learning on WCAX
An interview with Our Time singer-songwriters Asia Bernatchy and Grace Ecklund Gustavson
Act 77: Flexible Pathways
What’s the Deal with Proficiency-Based Learning?
By 2020, all students in Vermont will graduate with a proficiency-based transcript. Here’s what it’s all about.
Our Time featured on VPR
Vermont Public Radio reporter Amy Kolb Noyes discusses Our Time as a compelling student voice message in regards to Vermont’s Act 77: Personalized Learning Plans and Flexible Pathways to graduation.
Student Voice Practitioners Podcasts
This is a special series of Student Voice Podcasts comprised of interviews from participants of the recent International Seminar: Amplifying Student Voice and Partnership, hosted by the University of Vermont (UVM) under the leadership of Dr. Dana Mitra of Pennsylvania State University, Dr. Helen Beattie of UpforLearning, and Dr. Penny Bishop of UVM.
Amplifying Student Voice and Partnership International Seminar
This international seminar, Amplifying Student Voice and Partnership, will convene experts from practice, research and policy realms from around the world to consider the pressing questions of amplifying youth voice and the development of the youth-adult partnership paradigm.
Redesigning Education in Vermont: Part 1
WCAX :30 – an interview UP for Learning Executive Director Helen Beattie and Harwood Union High School co-principal Amy Rex
Redesigning Education in Vermont: Part 2
Harwood teacher and YATST advisor Ellen Berrings, and Anneka Williams, a senior at Harwood, explored personalized learning on WCAX :30