A recent school tour of three Bay Area schools with some blended learning experts helped provide answers to some of the common questions we hear about how to implement blended learning.
As witnessed on a recent trip to Denver, the state's educational options are improving and getting much more interesting. Here are a few examples from schools we toured while there.
Visiting schools in-person can give educators and edleaders a chance to experience the culture and context of innovative education in a way that words just can't convey.
A new Getting Smart publication addresses the importance of supporting English Language Learners through next-gen and technological tools that can support language acquisition.
Twenty years ago, Oakland students in the impoverished neighborhoods of West Oakland attended schools in deplorable conditions. A recent school tour revealed a much different scene thanks to the efforts of several edleaders.
Young people are headed for a project-based world in their future careers, so it's imperative we set them up for success now through intentional project-based learning experiences in school.
Here are ten U.S. K-12 next generation school networks with blended environments that combine personalized learning strategies and tools with challenging and integrated projects for students.
Guest author Jason Ellingson addresses concerns educators may have about performance monitoring and publicly displaying student progress when it comes to competency-based education.
In order to solve many challenges our world is facing now and in the future, here are 17 goals that young people should grapple with as core learning experiences in secondary and tertiary education.
While it may be that learners' best hope in a globalized world is to become a creative, collaborative, entrepreneurial and engaged lifelong learner, here are three paradoxes globalization itself presents.