Posts by Rebecca Midles
CBE: Getting Started with Learner-Centered Practices with an Equity Lens
Rebecca Midles and Deion Jordan highlight the 2021 Aurora Institute Symposium Breakout Session on “Competency-Based Education: Getting Started with Learner-Centered Practice and an Equity Lens” where over 100 edu leaders joined in to ensure equitable access to high-quality learning for all.
Mind Reading With Neurofeedback: What’s Next In Wellness
Mason Pashia and Rebecca Midles explore the rise of Neurofeedback technology and its implications on wellness and learning.
Learning at the Concourse: Crosstown High
In the heart of midtown Memphis is Crosstown Concourse, home of Crosstown High. Rebecca Midles and Erik Day share what they experienced on a recent visit.
Collaborative Conversations to Shephard Communities Forward, Together
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.
Five Steps to Embed Growth Mindset Practices into Learning Culture
Creating growth mindsets in learning spaces requires thoughtful and intentional practices. Here are five to explore.
Are You Putting Learners First? Here are 8 Ways to Check Yourself
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.
From Last Chance to First Choice: Alternative Schools That Show the Way Forward
By: T. Vander Ark & R. Midles. Tom and Rebecca share seven types of schools that provide a learner-centered alternative to traditional high schools.
Emancipating Equity for Learning Justice
Kelly Niccolls and Rebecca Midles discuss how we must dismantle the machine that is schooling and emancipate equity for learning justice.
Microschools Can Lead to Macro Change
Microschools have numerous benefits for students and a macro impact on the communities they exist within.
Getting Clearer: Schooling Loss, Not Learning Loss
By: Kelly Niccolls & Rebecca Midles. Students have experienced school loss and peer interaction loss, not learning loss. Kelly and Rebecca outline how educators can help students continue forward in their learning journey.