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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.
Distributed Leadership

Getting Through: Distributive Leadership

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Rebecca and Kelly discuss distributed leadership and how it resolves in community and requires collaboration from multiple stakeholders.

Getting Through: Leading Through And To A New Generation Of Learning Systems

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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, leadership is more important than ever, especially in building a new generation of learning systems.

Graduation and Beyond After COVID-19 School Closures

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Rebecca & Kelly discuss what life will be like for high school seniors navigating these next few months towards the end of their K-12 learning experience.
Mortar boards in the air at a graduation

Book Review: Reinventing Crediting for CBE

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Reinventing Crediting for Competency Based Education by Jonathan E. Martin explores why our K-12 educational crediting system needs to change, providing both examples for how to lead the change and suggested next steps.
Helping Grads Tell Their Story: The Case for Extended Transcripts

Helping Grads Tell Their Story: The Case for Extended Transcripts

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Schools around the world are attempting to serve their students in more relevant and authentic ways such as offering extended transcripts enabling students to highlight further skills.

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.

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