Shifting to a learner-centered design frame of mind is becoming more crucial in order to adapt to learners changing educational needs. Here are ways to ensure you are putting the learner first.
For many years (at least until 2020), we visited about 100 leading schools a year. It’s the most important form of professional learning we do for ourselves and for the educators that accompany us. It’s how we create and update a shared vision of powerful learning. This page features some…
Lauren Mehbrach, Chris Beingessner and Chris Raymaakers clarify misconceptions for middle school families about the move to flexible learning spaces. This Singapore American School team shares how it aligns to our changing world and better prepares students for the future. Learn more on the blog.
By: Shelly Blake-Plock. A Learning Engineer is someone who draws from evidence-based information about human development — including learning — and seeks to apply these results at scale to create affordable, reliable, data-rich learning environments. Learn more here.
The shift to online learning continues. Here are 5 personalized learning strategies for the online learners.
By: Lauren Mehrbach and Chris Beingessner. As we work to provide a more personalized learning experience for our students, we find that physical space is limiting our ability to do so.
From the role of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) to policy levers each state should have, Tom takes a deep look into the promise, and challenge, of student-centered learning.
Five ideas for learning spaces that create an environment that can empower students to explore passions and real-world problems.
Here at Getting Smart, we think school visits are the best form of professional learning. Based on a couple thousand school visits, and with help from colleagues and readers, we’ve compiled this list of elementary and middle schools worth visiting.
How do we prepare teachers so that they can, in turn, best prepare the students for the future of work? Rachelle Dene Poth shares thoughts on how educators can prepare themselves for the future through continuous learning.