When knowledge exists as a commodity, using design thinking to develop these seven mindsets can help students become wealthy.


When all members of a district ecosystem work towards a culture of innovation, sustained, system-level change may become possible.


In a 1-to-1 classroom, innovation happens when educators focus on fostering a culture of creativity, curiosity, and individualized learning.


Consider the potential for Project-Based Learning and Design Thinking to provide scaffolding for teacher instruction and ultimately transform classroom practice.


To truly support teachers in their efforts to improve student learning, maybe we need to stop doing professional development.


When asked to "innovate" classrooms and schools, look to these four studies as empirical evidence in support of significant, positive change.


Sabba Quidwai shares ideas for how Snapchat can help students develop empathy and embrace the people of the world as global citizens.


To innovate schools and classrooms requires more than just integrating technology and redesigning spaces. It also calls for a "significant positive change" in behavior, attitude, perception, and beliefs.


What if educators felt the weight of the world waiting for their voice, and more importantly, their students' voices? This conversation addresses the barriers to publishing as well as the power of a public audience to motivate students.


Come join the conversation about how we can all work to protect student data and privacy without sacrificing the benefits of learning and working in the cloud.


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