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 Leadership74(1), p. 16-20.

  • 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 blogThe Oregonian.

  • (Interview) Gabrielson K. and Wang A. (2014). “Nervous about freshman year? What we wish we knew when we were 14.” Omamas On Parenting blogThe 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).