For this edition of Friday Focus: Practitioner's Guide to Next Gen Learning, we spoke to Khizer Husain, Chief of Staff at Two Rivers, to learn about this innovative approach to building a strong, diverse community.

There may be no single piece of the education puzzle that is already starting to undergo a more fundamental, radical, and unpredictable evolution than the relationship amongst schools, students, teachers, and our understanding of who and what forms our "community."

Sarah Williams Goldhagen in her book Welcome to Your World: How the built environment shapes our lives makes the compelling case that cognition is the product of a three-way collaboration between your mind, body, and environment.

Our transition from a teacher-centered approach to a learner-centered approach to education is really picking up speed at every school in our district.

At New Classrooms, Carolyn Harper supports teachers in their journey to connect math to real life for their students. In Teach to One: Math, performance-based tasks help students understand how math exists in their world.

In this edition of Friday Focus: Practitioner's Guide to Next Gen Learning, we tell the story of badging at Del Lago Academy, a member of the NGLC and Center for Innovation in Education Assessment for Learning Project community.

This is the fourth post in a series about my experiences implementing my resolution throughout last year. This one describes my experience with a class that didn't work out well.

Now in its second full year of operation in eastern Loveland, High Plains is the first school in Loveland that was built from the ground up around the concepts of STEAM--Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics.

It is perhaps obvious that the Center for Collaborative Education (CCE) places a premium on collaboration. Here are some things we have learned about collaboration working with the Assessment for Learning Project's community of practice.

Boston International Newcomers Academy (BINcA), a high school that embraces recent immigrant English language learners and their families, is trailblazing new learning environments in Boston Public Schools (BPS).


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