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.
By: B. Owens & J. Lee. The inequities exposed by the pandemic have forced educators to rethink their learning plan. Competency-based learning is helping to meet the needs of all students.
The dynamic employment market and expanding array of high school and postsecondary learning options make advisory services mission critical. A look at the growing guidance gap and why it's crucial we work to close it.
By: Katie Martin. Despite our deepest desire to be back in schools, we know that students and teachers will likely have to engage from a distance as the numbers increase, which can be more efficient, relevant, and effective when resources are digital.
By: Dr. Balakrishnan Selvakumar and Dr. Ara C. Brown. High school students explored the nervous system by asking how it senses stress that leads to anxiety. They applied this biological framework of stress to analyze artifacts of human migration that appealed to them, including art panels, literature, historical evidence and immigrant documentaries.
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.
One school takes the opportunity to link project based learning, global competency and the pandemic to create a whole school project that links all subject areas.