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April 04, 2018

Developing Critical, Creative, and Reflective Thinkers at Lucile Erwin Middle School

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.

April 03, 2018

Structure Matters: How Network Form Affects Outcomes

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.

April 02, 2018

Effective Professional Development: Creating Communities of Adult Learners

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.

March 26, 2018

The Power and Promise of Performance Assessments

Performance assessments have the power to improve teaching and learning, and hold promise for helping schools and colleges better develop and assess students' college and career readiness.

March 23, 2018

Self Awareness + Belonging = Transformative Culture

If you had an entire year to plan and reset your organization's culture, how would you reset it? This post explores they key elements of any launch: short term viability, and its eventual long-term viability.

March 22, 2018

Measuring the Impact of Personal Learning

The upcoming launch of the new International Center for Educational Research and Practice offers unique opportunities for real-time collaboration between researchers and practitioners.

March 21, 2018

A Year in the Making: What Teaching Making to Others Taught Me about Next Gen Learning

NGLC staffer Liza Veto shares the ins and outs of how a making workshop can serve as a powerful in-person team building experience for professionals who work remotely.

March 20, 2018

Why Linking Matters in K-12 Education: Network Effects and Other Benefits

What is the big deal about networks? Educators, change agents and learners can create value by taking advantage of these "network effects."

March 19, 2018

Innovation in Real Time - Part I

School transformation is the hardest work in education. How do you take an existing school with its long established culture, traditions, strengths, and weaknesses, and move it in a new direction?

March 14, 2018

A Commons for Educator Learning

A commons for educator learning can build connections that bridge the divided ecosystem, both for learning content providers as well as for educators.

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