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August 29, 2018

Listening to Kids and Designing from Scratch for Timeless Learning

After 32 years as an Albemarle County educator, Pam Moran sat down with Tom Vander Ark to reflect on her career and discuss her latest book.

February 14, 2018

George Saunders On Learning to Write--and Writing to Learn

George Saunders is arguably one of the most critically acclaimed contemporary American authors. In this post, I highlight some key insights he shared in a recent interview about how he teaches (and approaches his own) writing.

January 03, 2018

Building a Shared Vision of the #FutureofLearning

Post 6 of our #RemakeLearning series shares discussions from the #EdResearchSummit that included the 10 aspects of the #FutureofLearning.

October 02, 2017

Research Illuminates the Path Forward for SEL

While some may put SEL and SEAD solely in the "soft skills" category of education initiatives, the benefits extend far beyond anything "soft." The results are real -- and the data speaks for itself.

September 27, 2017

Opt for Dignity: Teach Children to Value Themselves and Others

Timothy Shriver, nephew of John F. Kennedy and chair of the Special Olympics, discusses his part in helping define social and emotional learning and his dream of launching a dignity revolution for all.

May 31, 2017

Measuring What Matters

This post reviews several whole-student outcome frameworks, particularly those that attempt to describe and measure productive dispositions and habits.

March 27, 2017

Embedding SEL Across the Curriculum

Social-emotional learning is most effective when it is integrated into school culture, curriculum and guidance services. Here are 10 examples of schools that embed SEL into their formal curricula.

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