Schedule and Student-Centered Time: Five Points


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As we dig into time, the work of Elena Silva is helpful to consider (On the Clock: Rethinking the Way Schools Use Time 2007 Education Sector). She writes that “Research reveals a complicated relationship between time and learning and suggests that improving the quality of instructional time is at least as important as increasing the quantity of time in school.” Her point is that all time is not equal and that, specifically, we can think about time in four ways. These are allocated school time, allocated class time, instructional time, and academic learning time.


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