Posts by Rebecca Midles
This blog dives into the transformative journey of educational leaders, anchored by four dynamic portraits: the Portrait of a Learner, the Portrait of a System, the Portrait of a Leader and the Portrait of an Educator.
Nurturing a true growth mindset culture demands more than just awareness; it necessitates establishing a safe and inclusive learning space that embraces the diversity of learners and their experiences. Rebecca Midles explores more in he latest post.
With the growing interest in unpacking learning models and refining teaching and learning frameworks, foundational learning practices are resurfacing in conversations about personalized learning.
Rebecca Midles shares how Tacoma Public Schools has taken a collaborative approach to developing its choice schools, working with teachers, parents, and community members to create schools that reflect the needs and interests of the local community.
During a time when the prevalence of depression among young people is increasing, it is crucial to adopt an approach that acknowledges learners as holistic individuals, moving beyond mere data points or rigid test scores.
The role of competencies has become increasingly important as employers, students and educators realize the impact of transferable skill deficit in young people. The challenge, however, becomes implementation.
Victoria Andrews and Rebecca Midles share their experience at the Digital Learning Annual Conference and why it's the perfect conference for you
As we are embracing mindset practices across the country, we need to also be more conscious of how we interact with learners; how we support their learning, and how we build their self-awareness of their learning.