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Rebecca Midles is an innovator in competency education and personalized learning with over twenty years of experience as teacher, administrator, board member, consultant and parent. Follow her on Twitter at @akrebecca.

Leading with Love and Centering Student Voice: Big Picture Leadership Conference 2019

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By: Rebecca Midles & Kelly Niccolls. Big Picture Leadership Conference is setting the standard for student-centered learning and leadership.

Incubate, Replicate and Scale: How Dallas is Creating Great High School Options

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Rebecca explores how Dallas ISD is providing students with choice through P-techs - schools that are a partnership between high schools, colleges, and industry partners.

The Education Revolution Revisited: Chugach 25 Years Later

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Rebecca Midles recants a visit to the Voyage School, part of the Chugach School District in Anchorage Alaska. The district is will be presenting and sharing more about their innovative school at the 2019 iNACOL Symposium.

Moving Toward Mastery Learning: Practical Steps for Making Progress

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The education of today is adapting in order to enable learners to meet the future of tomorrow. Mastery learning is a combination of student-centered learning objectives and thresholds supported with strategies that can create powerful, replicable results and provides a plan to meet future education needs.

Three Strategies for Providing Top-down Support for Bottom-up Change

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The Colorado Education Initiative partnered with Stanford University’s School Retool Fellowship to empower Colorado school and district leaders to be the agents of change for equitable deeper learning.

T³ Alliance: Developing “Solutionary” Mindsets

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Mindset meets design thinking through project-based learning, resulting in a community coming together to solve real issues. Rebecca shares her instructor training experience with T³ Alliance and their organized collaboration between Upward Bound programs across the nation.

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