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Devin Vodicka is an award-winning superintendent and educator and Chief Executive Officer at Altitude Learning. You can find him on Twitter at @dvodicka.

6 Ways School Leaders Can Use TxLx Resources for Learner-Centered Summer Programs

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With summer right around the corner, Devin Vodicka shares resources from the Texas Learning Exchange and how leaders and educators can use them to support planning and implementation of learner-centered summer programs.

Why Learner-Centered Education is the Key to Meaningful School Improvement

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By: Katie Martin and Devin Vodicka. In this article, Katie and Devin identify some of the most-broadly adopted methods developed by educators to differentiate support and improve learning design.

Building Trust through Design Thinking

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By: Sabba Quidwai and Devin Vodicka. Recent research by Dr. Quidwai found a critical connection between relational trust, collaboration, and the development of mindsets and skillsets when engaging in design thinking.

“I Could Never Do This Alone” – Collaboration, Trust, and Human-Centered Design at Design39

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By: Sabba Quidwai and Devin Vodicka. Sabba and Devin examine the D39 case study on how they have created an environment with collaboration, trust, and human-centered design.

Supporting District Change Through Learner-Centered Leadership

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By: Devin Vodicka and Tom Vander Ark. In times of uncertainty and rapid change, Devin and Tom outline a leadership style that places students at the center of your planning and re-opening work.
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Supporting Statewide Change Through New Models For Remote Education

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By: Tom Vander Ark & Devin Vodicka. During this pandemic, learning is taking new forms and it's important to seize the moment to introduce entirely new models for learning that are capable of achieving equitable outcomes.
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Supporting Statewide Change Through Virtual Course Access Models

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Devin and Tom discuss how states can use virtual learning opportunities to reach all students.

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