Posts by Rebecca Midles
Mason Pashia and Rebecca Midles explore the rise of Neurofeedback technology and its implications on wellness and learning.
Rebecca Midles and Kelly Niccolls explore how school systems set the future of communities and the urgency of intentional design of community building for our learners.
Creating growth mindsets in learning spaces requires thoughtful and intentional practices. Here are five to explore.
Shifting to a learner-centered design frame of mind is becoming more crucial in order to adapt to learners changing educational needs. Here are ways to ensure you are putting the learner first.
With the rise of learning science, the art of teaching could evolve into a system, and learners would be truly at the center.
By: Karla Phillips-Krivickas and Rebecca Midles. Learned through shared experiences, Karla and Rebecca share how schools can design student-centered, personalized learning for all students.
As social-emotional learning becomes more integrated into our systems of learning, we must consider a specific structure to tend to the whole child returning to some form of schooling in the fall, looping.