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Author Jennifer D. Klein believes it is possible for educators not just to avoid accidental harm, but to teach intentionally toward the needs and identities of every child.
From the State House to the Classroom: How Policymakers Can Help Bring Competency-Based Education Into Reality
Wyoming’s big shift towards competency-based education (CBE) isn’t just a policy milestone - it’s an opportunity to examine partnership-based approaches to implementing CBE.
Intentional relationships fuel intentional conversations - learn how to manifest them in your classroom.
Through gaming, students gain durable skills (as defined by America Succeeds) which are high demand skills that allow youth to demonstrate their knowledge and stretch their character.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can provide a sharper edge to the conservation data collection and analysis tool. Student Mary Margaret Perkins shares more about her recent experience to Kenya.
Learning Communities offer a more collaborative and holistically supportive environment for kids and adults alike. Nathan Strenge shares more in their latest post.
With a solid process and supportive staff, students can develop the confidence needed to take these skills to be critical thinkers and help solve real-world problems. Read more about how Macon Early College began using the design process as a way to plant the seeds for a more student-centered culture.
Learner-centered leaders recognize the need to help young people lean into their personal development as a critical part of their learning and do so in community with the peers and adults in their environments.