Posts by Michael Niehoff
This chronicles one high school’s new and recent journey in an organic implementation of problem and project-based learning. Teachers and students are pushing forward with student voice and choice, civic engagement, student ownership and sharing high quality, public work.
A team at a charter high school has embraced regular collaboration and coaching in order to optimize their interdisciplinary project design.
Educators that have worked for change, reform and transformation may have success, but will more than likely experience high degrees of frustration. The Hero’s Journey is a way to explain why educational change is not only difficult, but also continually disenchanting.
Play-based learning is key in addressing feelings of loneliness, vulnerability, social deprivation, isolation and trauma. Michael Niehoff shares a list of helpful tips for planning and prioritizing play for parents and families.
California is preparing new frameworks in math that include a shift towards data science, as well as increased equity and opportunities for deeper, applied learning.
Two educators use punk rock to create classrooms and schools where students are engaged, invested, and ultimately have ownership of what happens at school.
WorldOver continues to redefine the independent school experiences for learners around the globe with personalized, customizable programs, memberships, and summer workshops.
YOGA ed.'s online curriculum and coaching focuses on trauma-informed education approach for optimal teacher and student mental health, wellness, and performance.
Former university researcher and now high school counselor redefines college advising through better information and demystifying the process.