Schools go through seasons. Some periods demand an innovation sprint while other periods require a sustained focus on improvement. The question is, does every EdLeader need to be a master of both innovation and improvement?
In this blended, mix-and-match, do-it-yourself world of education, what is curriculum, and who develops it? How do we know if it works?
Helping young people develop the skills and confidence needed to become self-directed learners, creators, problem-solvers and project managers all begins by creating a safe place to learn.
Dr. Paul Kim, Chief Technology Officer at Stanford, chats with Tom about inquiry-based learning and Artificial Intelligence in education.
Rody Boonchouy and Brandon Wiley from the Buck Institute for Education discuss the importance of global, high-quality PBL in the future of education in this podcast.
Assigning project management to emerging education leaders is a great way to distribute leadership, to manage change and to develop new leadership in your school or district.
Young people will be expected to work in the future with a high level of self-direction and initiative, requiring teachers and community leaders to provide them with deeper learning experiences today.
For those of us that believe learning is a key lever for shaping society, five trends shaped life in 2016. Given these trends, here are predictions for six things you'll see more of in 2017.
In our Project-Based World campaign, we ask: What skills, dispositions and mindsets do leaders need to be effective in a project-based world? Here are 10 roles we've found that make effective PBL leaders.
As we contemplate the vast problem of student disengagement and the apparent low level of self-direction, we have to ask, "Is it our kids or our schools? How can we change this?"