Imagine going to school in a museum and studying real artifacts. Imagine a sustained relationship with an advisor who helps you figure out what you’re good at and care about, and where you can make a difference. Imagine high school students designing practical solutions to community problems. Visit an innovative…
Booker T. Washington’s ideas and the HQPBL-aligned curriculum of the Tuskegee Institute could serve as a model for addressing many modern educational challenges.
Corey shares the mission for all students to find their calling in this brief excerpt from, Where Students Lead, a film documenting the dramatic student impact of experiential learning at Northeastern University’s Graduate School of Education and the Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) Network of profession-based programs.
Jamie explains why the future of work's rapidly changing landscape requires our students to be flexible in their learning and why student choice is so important.
By: Malia Burns. Learn more as Malia Burns, founder of Summit Sierra High School in Seattle, Washington, shares seven ingredients to create a relationship fueled school culture, illustrated by a community committed to student growth.
Michael Niehoff discusses how we can use personalized learning in a more deeper learning pursuit, such as project-based learning.
Student agency from a sociocultural perspective has as much to do with external factors that shape experiences and possibilities as it does with internal attributes. Read more from one of our regular columnists on why it's time to expand our notion of student agency.
By: Erik Ray and Janice Walton. In the last blog of the Share Your Learning series, Erik Ray and Janice Walton discuss how student engagement increases when students share their learning.
Artificial Intelligence will have more influence on the livelihoods of young people over the next several decades than any other factor. To contribute now and in the future, they will need extended challenges that encourage them to build agency while solving harder problems with fewer answers.