What Does "Dignified Learning" Mean To You?
Dignified learning is an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning concepts that integrates input from our immediate communities and shared experience to better greater society.Janene W.Psychologist
Dignified Learning is an organized, respectful and patient collaboration between educators, learners and family.Katrina S.Educator
Dignified Learning means providing the tools, structure, scaffolding, and support for each learner & recognizing that it will look different for each one.Sarah K.Educator
Self-paced opportunities that cover a variety of learning style preferences. Short, research-based articles or videos with experienced professionalsAmy H.IT Professional
Sometimes you have to teach the teacher how to teach you.Sonja T.
Make the choice every day to teach with grace.Dianne H.Education
“Learning for all, whatever it takes.”Marianne R.School Counselor
Dignified learning is providing equitable access to differentiated curriculum and instruction for students to meet their individualized educational goals.Sarah B.School Administrator
Students are using real-world information to reflect on.Christine E.Education
Dignified learning is self-motivated education for the pursuit of elevating oneself for personal growth and integrity of knowledge.Zoe H.Scientist
Honoring each learner as a “whole person” in ways that respect their ideas, feelings, needs and goals in the learning process.Heather S.Education
Learning with a humanist mindset, emphasizing and respecting both our similarities and differences.Andrew W.Engineer
When people invest first, in relationships with learners, and value them for who they are and where they're at in life, then dignified learning has a chance to take place.Vern W.Information Technology
Dignified learning means having your physical and emotional needs met before trying to make them learn shallow, seemingly meaningless things like math and reading.Megan H.Educator
Belief that all children, regardless of label or circumstance, have the opportunity to be and do whatever they want in life so long as they allow nothing to stand in their way. #thinkdifferentlyColeen H.Business Administration
An enhanced version of teaching that engages students in a more meaningful way.Patti C.Counselor
Dignified learning means I can ask questions and be taken seriously & not to be made to feel stupid for what I am inquiring about.Callie H.Instructional Designer
To have a respectful learning experience means the teacher gives equal respect to each student.Molly O.
A dignified learning experience is one where you leave feeling valued and empowered to use your new knowledge.Lori M.Education
Dignified learning is inclusive, accessible, relevant, and honors students’ goals and dreams.Brock K.
No two minds and hearts are alike....being made to know and feel your worth as a human being regardless of your level of “accomplishment.”Ken M.
Dignified learning for me would be meeting a learner where he/she/they are and acknowledging any non-traditional needs to ensure a learner's success.Racquel S.
Self-paced opportunities that cover a variety of learning style preferences. Short, research-based articles or videos with experienced professionals.Erin W.Education
Teaching a student at their level and making them feel comfortable with whatever that is. + Mr. RogersZach K.Education
Treating every student with the respect that they deserve as a human being.Patty K.
Learning at the pace and level that challenges you but makes you feel good about learning and yourself. (also had never heard the term “Dignified Learning” before)Shea W.Engineer
Dignified learning is about engaging the whole for the good. Meaning, bring teachers, community members, stakeholders, and students together for the purpose of cohesion and not operating independently from one another.Mark T.Information Technology
A dignified education supports individual learners to cultivate their unique strengths while also overcoming knowledge gaps in a sensitive and empowering way. The student is an active and intelligent participant in creating the vision of their future in partnership with professional educatorsPam S.
Pursue your potential.Amanda H.
Growth in your perspective, and yourself.John P.
Discipline. Respect. Responsibility. It all starts with you.Emily R.