Posts by Bonnie Lathram
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.
In 2013, not a single Liberian student passed the university entrance exam. As the first partner of the Partnership Schools for Liberia initiative, here is how Bridge International Academies is helping the country address its education crisis.
We recently had the opportunity to hear powerful stories from students, parents, and educators at PBL World. In this podcast, you will hear from some of the people we spoke with and learn why they are vested in project-based learning.
I recently asked friends and educators: What’s the opposite of boredom? What are ways we can combat boredom? And finally, should we? Here are the nine responses, takeaways and helpful tips I received.
We live in a time of great opportunity to help spread new schools and new tools to those who need them across the planet. Here are five education organizations to watch as they scale innovations in learning across Africa.
At this year's PBL World conference, BIE's executive director Bob Lenz spoke at length about the importance of preparing students for a project-based world, and an economic rationale as well as an equity perspective on the importance of PBL.
At this year's PBL world, our team asked educators, "How do you foster student ownership in your PBL classroom?" Here is what we learned.
Supporting ELLs involves multiple strategies, professional learning and environmental support. Here is an infographic sharing 10 Elements of Next-Gen English Language Learning.
As part of our #SupportELL series, we have summarized some products, services and tools that support English Language Learners (ELLs) and their teachers.
At the recent Deeper Learning conference, we asked educators two questions around deeper learning and equity. Here are the responses we filmed from three of these educators.