Why do we create school mission statements alongside the planets & stars, then insist on data and strategies grounded in research & reality?
Disruption & Innovation
From curriculum maps and report cards to metacognition & field trips, here are some examples of what technology can replace in the classroom.
One goal for disruption in education could be the ongoing emergence of new ideas–new learning models, content, new strategies and thinking.
Libraries are brilliant because books are brilliant. How we organize books deserves scrutiny as technology changes things.
Public education isn’t naturally built for innovation. Here are some of the barriers that are reducing innovation in schools.
So many trends in learning are repackaged approaches teachers have seen before, and when that trend appears different, its results are not.
Examples of disruption in education range from the demand for eLearning to the soaring cost of college to adaptive learning technology.
Learning Innovation Can’t Come From Teachers Alone by Terry Heick A few years ago, the late Grant Wiggins, a learning
“What we need, obviously, is a more intelligent–which is to say, a more accurate–description of the problem.” — Wendell Berry
On Demand platforms are utilizing technology in a way that the process of hiring is streamlined. What does the future hold for teaching?
Innovative schools connect with the outside world, view students as people, design creative learning spaces & encourage critical thinking.