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Advancing Equity Through Innovation: 7 Noteworthy Approaches From Brooklyn LAB

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Brooklyn LAB is built on the premise that we need to prepare all students to one-day hold jobs that likely don’t exist yet. However, by mastering skills such as problem-solving and conflict resolution, students will be ready to tackle those new challenges, regardless of their career path. LAB embraces seven innovative approaches to educate scholars and advance equity.

8 Reasons Why Students Should Share Their Work

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In part three of a four-part series about how student engagement increases when students share their learning. Janice Walton provides eight reasons why it is important for students to share their work.

Reggio Emilia: The Future of Learning Has Roots in the Past

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By: Beth Holland. Numerous current initiatives focus on creating personalized learner experiences through modern trends such as high-quality project-based learning (HQPBL) and design thinking. However, this pursuit to deliver learning that fuels each whole child has its roots in the Reggio Emilia Approach that Loris Malaguzzi first envisioned in the 1940s.

Getting Students to Take Control

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Getting students to “buy-in” and take control of their learning starts with seeing them as individuals and understanding each of them has different motives, beliefs and goals. Here are a few ideas to consider to help them start.

Top Education Trend of 2018: Active Learning Spaces

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A look at active learning spaces from around the globe and why they help power high-quality learning experiences, plus a look at what Tom thinks is coming in 2019.

Top 20 Posts from 2018

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2018 is coming to a close. We're reviewing everything we've learned and experienced this last year in preparation for 2019.

Pathways to Personalization: Highlander Institute’s Framework for School Change

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A problems-of-practice approach also lends itself to models that improve the system we have rather than lead to breakthrough innovations. In particular, it’s hard for one or two pilot teachers to build a competency-based system where students are learning at six different learning levels in multiple subjects.

Preparing Today’s Learner’s for Tomorrow’s Challenges: 6 Key Factors of Personalized Learning

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By: Janet Pittock. We cannot predict the future for each of our students, we can predict that persistent, self-directed, life-long learners will be best positioned to prosper. Personalizing learning is essential to developing these skills in our learners.

Getting Centered by Going to the Edge

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By helping each individual student to find their center by exploring edges, we expand their access to out-of-school learning opportunities, scaffold their exploration of work and career pathways, support their development of social capital, and help them to continually refine their own centers

3 Ways to Help Students Become Better Digital Citizens–Today

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By: David Siminoff. Today's students didn't just grow up in the digital world, they were born into it. We have the chance to develop digital citizens.

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