Posts by Adam Kulaas
As instructional leaders craft professional development in any format, it is important to assess the flow and structure of what you are creating. Like all endeavors, practice fuels improvement.
One Stone is an innovative high school in the heart of Boise with a mission of “making students better leaders and the world a better place.” Learn more about how they incorporate innovation and disruption into their curriculum here.
With passion and investment in exploration of the topic, this can be a “handbook” for any educators who have a responsibility or desire to develop digital citizenship within their students, classrooms, libraries, schools or any other learning opportunity.
"Leading Personalized and Digital Learning," brought to you by the Harvard Education Press, Mary Ann Wolf, Elizabeth Bobst and Nancy Mangum, provides "A Framework For Implementing School Change" through the lens of personalized and digital learning.
Advanced Placement continues to be a platform for rigorous curriculum, thoughtful teacher development and an expanding menu of course offerings. Learn more here.
Even having a clear goal--the improvement of education for all students--does not mean that change will always be easy. Here are six lessons I have learned through difficult, messy and at times painful opportunities to deliver change.