Articles, Interviews, Commentaries
Toshalis, E. (2017). Research Collaborative: Where the journey goes from here. Blog featured on the StudentsAtTheCenterHub.
(Webinar) Research Collaborative Seminar: Encouraging and sustaining competency-based learning environments. Interview with Paul Leather, New Hampshire Deputy Commissioner of Education. StudentsAtTheCenterHub.
(Resource Highlight) Three ways student voice can elevate motivation and engagement. Blog featured on the StudentsAtTheCenterHub.
Toshalis, E. (2017). Breaking down silos with the Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative. Blog featured on the StudentsAtTheCenterHub.
(Webinar) Research Collaborative Seminar: Rehumanizing mathematics education. Interview with Dr. Rochelle Gutierrez, Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. StudentsAtTheCenterHub.
(Video) Introducing the the Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative. YouTube.
Toshalis, E. (2016). Correcting our connecting. Educational Leadership, 74(1), p. 16-20.
Featured in The Marshall Memo, #650
Toshalis, E. (2015). Five practices that provoke student misbehavior. Educational Leadership,73(2), p. 33-40.
(Radio Interview) Barzvi, Alex. (2015) About Our Kids, on Doctor Radio, SiriusXM channel 81, August 14th.
(Audio Interview) Mantell, Michael. (2015) Understanding and engaging student resistance in school. School Leadership Briefing, April 1st.
(Interview) Walker, Tim. (2015) How engaging student resistance works better than punishment. NEA Today, March 3rd.
Toshalis, E. (2015). Learning from student resistance: Mistakes educators make and how to avoid them. Harvard Education Letter, 31(1), 8&6.
Toshalis, E. (2014). On perseverance in the classroom. Students at the Center Competency Education Research Series. A response to the RAND Corporation’s study, “Equity in Competency Education: Realizing the Potential, Overcoming the Obstacle.”
(Interview) Wang, A. (2014) “Nervous about starting middle school? What parents and students should know.” Omamas On Parenting blog, The Oregonian.
(Interview) Gabrielson K. and Wang A. (2014). “Nervous about freshman year? What we wish we knew when we were 14.” Omamas On Parenting blog, The Oregonian, .
Toshalis, E. (2013). Think teenagers are bad? Well, not so fast. The Oregonian, pp. O1, O6.
Toshalis, E. (2012). Celebrating “Back-to-School”... (or Not). Jobs for the Future Blog.
Toshalis, E. (2009). Talking with parents about adolescent transitions. Blog of Harvard Education Publishing.
Nakkula, M. J. & Toshalis, E. (2007). “Educators as ‘applied developmentalists’: An interview with Michael J. Nakkula and Eric Toshalis.” Caroline T. Chauncey, Ed. Harvard Education Letter, 23(1).