Viewing school through the lens of games helps us understand the shortcomings of schools and the paths to make schools more engaging and effective.
Whether the goal is design thinking or deeper learning, ensuring that all teachers and administrators have an opportunity to learn may be most critical for long-term success.
By helping students develop empathy, it may be possible to prevent the negative consequences of innovation, like fake news and online bullying.
The hallmark of ambitious instruction is teaching and learning that moves beyond the straightforward communication of facts and skills to instruction that has teachers and students making meaning of rich academic content.
Assessment is a measurement, and evaluation is assessment with a value judgment. Only the former is essential to launching change in schools.
In improving schools for students, it is more important to get one system right than it is to pick the one right system.
Schools that keep getting better are places where the adults love learning with one another and model that passion for students.
Video and ideas from the forthcoming Launching Innovation in Schools MOOC that explains four ways that school leaders can support innovation.
A new free online course provides teachers and students with the tools they need to distinguish facts from malarky.
When teachers are interviewed about who has the most influence over their teaching practice, the number one answer is: "other teachers."