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This topic covers topics from school and system design to the science of learning.

Learning Design

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This topic covers topics from school and system design to the science of learning.

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New Standards of Quality: Minerva Baccalaureate and Debt Free College

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Minerva recently launched a new brand called Minerva Baccalaureate. The new model will come with reimagined high school curriculum and instruction methods.

How New Tech Schools Jumpstarted El Paso’s Education Transformation

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In the second blog for a short series on school district transformation, Tom outlines how the school network New Tech Network helped to transform El Paso Independent Schoool District (EPISD).

It’s Time to Reassess Our Understanding of the 4Cs

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David outlines a new vision for the teaching and assessing of 21st century skills that is anchored in cultural awareness and differing ways of expressing competence.

From Test Prep To Active Learning: The El Paso Transformation

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In a new short series, Tom documents a seven-year transformation of an urban school district in crisis and focused on test prep to a national leader in active learning.

Climate at the Apex of Education Re-Design

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By: Matt Piercy. Readers are introduced to the Interconnectedness of COVID-19 and equity, but also how climate change should be an integral part of the conversation when redesigning education.

Mastery Learning in Action

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Mastery Learning in Action, a paper recently published by the Mastery Transcript Consortium, offers a comparative structure based on visits and interview from five of its member schools.

Composer Helps Teachers To String Together Citizenship Learning Experiences

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Composer has created a platform that curated citizenship education resources from more than 30 content providers for teachers from around the world to use in their classrooms.

How To Erase Higher Education’s “Learning Design Debt”

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What might have worked yesterday for college students isn’t working for a large portion of today’s students, with more than 31 million leaving before graduating in the last 20 years. However, one potential solution to the completion problem is emerging.

The Learning Design Opportunity of Our Time

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Combining the benefits of anywhere, anytime interest-driven learning with standards-based learning is the design opportunity of our time. We can build--and let learners build--pathways that are more engaging, more efficient, and far more flexible than traditional K-12 education.

It’s Time to Invest in Learning Design

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It is becoming increasingly possible to create powerful sequences of experience that boost engagement, promote transferability, and support impact. Powerful learning results from well considered learner experience design--an iterative process well worth investment.

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