Co-constructed Learning

How To Move Learners from From Engaged to Agentive

In the second of her pieces on encouraging students to develop their ‘internal’ agency, Tina A. Grotzer describes what an agentive learner is, and classroom approaches that support it.

Picture a classroom of engaged learners working towards deep understanding. This is what many educators aspire to. We know that engagement and active processing are critical to learning that is meaningful1 and that persists over time.2 Who would want anything more?

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