Posts by Bonnie Lathram
What’s New in Leadership? Lifelong Learning + Project Management
As we have been writing throughout our project-based world series, the nature of work is changing and so in turn are the necessary skills for success. So what do we need to ensure we grow the type of leaders we'll need in the future?
For School Improvement, Network Globally
By: Bonnie Lathram and David Potter. Innovations and advancements in networks and platforms are improving schools. In this post, we look at why school districts everywhere should be looking to engage globally.
Getting Smart Podcast | Shared Leadership for Deeper Learning
In this podcast, Unite LA president David Rattray chats with Tom about workforce readiness, the need for continued lifelong learning and how schools must adapt to prepare young people for a new economy and a changing world.
Why Global Should Be the Education Movement of 2017
By: Bonnie Lathram and Dave Potter. As we close the year out, we are pondering where we are headed in the field of education in 2017. We challenge you to become a globally connected educator and join us in creating a Smart Planet in the new year.
30 Leaders on the Successes and Challenges of Project-Based Learning
Along with the Buck Institute for Education, our team is working to support high-quality project-based learning (PBL). We recently asked learning experts what's working in PBL and what needs to improve, and here are their collective responses.
Projects, Design Thinking and SEL Done Well at Milton Hershey School
Milton Hershey School is dedicated to providing students innovative learning experiences that include design thinking, project-based learning and STEAM, as well as the inclusion of social and emotional learning.
New, Different and Adaptive: The New Keys to Education and Employability
The business and education worlds are undeniably connected, and we are living in an age of unprecedented shifts in our economy. So here are five ways to ensure today's students are being prepared for future college and career success.
35 Leaders on the Successes and Challenges of Project-Based Learning
35 leaders from around the country discuss what is working and what needs improvement in implementing high quality project-based learning.
13 Tips for Students Getting Started with Project-Based Learning
The reality is that today's students are heading into a new economy and a vast technological change. We created this quick start guide for students to encourage them to take action and learn through project-based learning.
6 Reasons You Should Work in America’s Parks and Forests
We both personally benefited from formative experiences working summer jobs on public lands, and invite you to imagine how our society might be improved if every person in America had an opportunity to work and learn in a national park.