There is real potential in the use of flex time to promote student agency; as a result, the team at Silicon SchoolsFund have begun to form hypotheses about what makes for a successful implementation.


For this edition of Friday Focus: Practitioner's Guide to Next Gen Learning, I observed teams in action and spoke to Liza Veto, program officer for Mass IDEAS, along with participants and coaches.


In order for all students to understand the increasingly complex world of work and develop the skills and dispositions necessary to successfully navigate multiple career changes in their lifetime, their learning pathways need to become more personalized. A key focus at Vista Unified School District is involving making such learning more equitable and accessible for all students.


One D.C. teacher designed and implemented a tech-driven blended learning model for his class--one that's self-paced and constructs a mastery-based approach to learning. lt has produced a highly personalized learning experience for his students, among other promising results.


Lucile Erwin Middle School hosted the sixth stop of Thompson School District's "Seeing is Believing" tour this year, which affords district staff and district partners an opportunity to see how schools are adapting under Thompson School District's push to personalized learning.


One way to create abundant value for education network participants is to examine and shape power dynamics, the patterns of connections, and other aspects of the network's structure and form.


As we reimagine schools for the next generation, we also have to reimagine what adult learning can and should look like in schools as well.


A practitioner's guide to designing and leading communities of practice for deep connection and powerful learning in K-12 education.


Research links flexible seating in the classroom to improved student behavior, increased engagement and better health. So I dove right in.


We want to feel known. We want to belong--at work or school, in the places we frequent and reside, and in our virtual communities. This is what I'm thinking about as I watch the student-led revolution that birthed the March for our Lives movement.


The opinions expressed in Next Gen Learning in Action are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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