In this final post on EdWeek, Andy Calkins describes what was learned: five interdependent, closely cooperating, utterly essential dimensions of designing and carrying out next gen learning effectively.
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It is with the next gen learning mindset to "embrace change" that, this week, we mark the end of two years of this blog on Education Week and transition to a new home.
July 22, 2019
Teachers and students from Arizona describe the three stages they went through to build a classroom culture for formative assessment.
July 15, 2019
Vista Unified teachers and University of California researchers collaborated to study how to deepen learning by transforming classroom interactions through language, our guest bloggers say.
July 12, 2019
Advancing Public Education Together: Parent Leadership, Powerful Messaging, and the Strength of the Community
Aligning messaging to the St. Vrain Valley district's purpose and engaging its community as true stakeholders were instrumental to achieving success, say guest bloggers from the district.
July 10, 2019
Including students in the entire process of surveying students about their school both empowers youth voice and improves our chances of making real change.
July 09, 2019
When it comes to redesigning learning, what kind of professional development works best for teachers? Looking to teachers themselves is a good bet.
June 14, 2019
Three classroom educators describe how they applied a schoolwide goal to personalize learning to their own teaching this past year.
May 30, 2019
This Baltimore school has relied on hands-on, culturally relevant learning, true community and family engagement, and lots of fun to transform itself and better serve each child.
May 28, 2019
Performance assessments provide a critical space for students to reflect on and share their personal stories and their identities as learners.