[…] amplified in families led by women, Black, Latino, Hispanic, and individuals without high school degrees. A new white paper written by Getting Smart and powered by GPS Education Partners was published with a goal to advance the case for equitable WBL models for all through an ecosystem approach that is scalable and sustainable. It […]
By: Dr. M. Jones-Carey. Creating a global mindset is as simple as refocusing project-based learning, makerspaces and STEM in your classroom.
Today, the Getting Smart team is bringing you an episode focused on project-based learning featuring special guest, Jenny Pieratt.
[…] start-up was funded by Carlos Rodriguez Pastor, a Peruvian businessman. He saw an opportunity to provide high-quality schools in areas where the government struggled to supply essential education services (Peru and Colombia consistently rank near the bottom on the global education survey). He enlisted the famed US design firm IDEO to develop a comprehensive program that […]
[…] power of maintaining a culture of positive productivity. They knew they had made a difference and were ready to find other ways to serve their community. Traditional education is not set up well to be agile in times of crisis. Students are often left to stay home and keep to themselves. As a school […]
For those that work in early childhood education, they often deal with misperceptions – often suggesting that younger learners have barriers to deeper learning or high-skilled activities. Not only are these inaccurate, according to teacher and early childhood education advocate Sara Lev, but the situation is also quite the opposite. For Lev – who […]
[…] and ownership of learning especially in the three academies, graduates are “better prepared to succeed in work and college.” The path forward in Kettle Moraine includes more place-based learning available for all students particularly more work-based learning for high school students. Lessons Learned – Deklotz recommends: Distribute leadership and value the people you work […]
[…] reached more than 118,000 children in the Kansas City metro. In our nearly 60 year history, we have served more than 6 million children with quality arts education experiences!” After establishing this robust catalog of arts integration offerings, KCYA began to build lasting ties with a vast number of KC districts, serving both as […]
NAF, a national network of high school career academies, launched a free work-based learning platform called KnoPro.
David Ross, formerly the Senior Director for the Buck Institute for Education and CEO of the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, continues a monthly series chronicling his decision to go from classroom to boardroom and back again. In this edition, he focuses on the rugged persistence of misconceptions.