By Linda Jacobson, Education Dive Deans for Impact, a coalition of college deans and leaders from traditional and alternative teacher preparation programs across the country, will choose five to seven of those programs for a new initiative focused on better preparing future teachers to incorporate cognitive science into their practice. Last week, the Chan Zuckerberg […]
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By Ashley Jochim, The 74 Ashley Jochim is a senior research analyst at the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell This essay also appeared in CRPE’s 25th anniversary collection, Thinking Forward: New Ideas for a New Era of Public Education Ally and Stacy are typical American high school seniors. Ally leaves […]
By Betheny Gross, The 74 Betheny Gross is a senior research analyst and research director at the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) and affiliate faculty at the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington Bothell. She coordinates CRPE’s quantitative research initiatives, including analysis of portfolio districts, charter schools, and emerging […]
Glenn Whitman is at the forefront of integrating the science of learning into actual classroom settings. Through his work as the Director of the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning at St. Andrews Episcopal School, Glenn bridges the gap between the research and the classroom. Using research-based models to create student schedules, from 10-minute breaks to help […]
By Stephen Sawchuk, Education Week Kale and iceberg lettuce both meet the formal definition of a leafy green, but that’s where the similarities end. A new curriculum project is trying to help districts make similar distinctions in the diet of reading materials their students get: Are they complex and maybe a bit challenging—or bland, inoffensive, […]
By Kate Stringer, LA School Report (Source: Education Reform Now) It isn’t news that some students are academically ready for college before high school graduation. But it might be a surprise to know that nearly 1 in 4 11th-graders meet this benchmark at the end of the school year, according to results from the ACT […]
The Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School launched Neuroteach Global, a first-of-its-kind virtual professional development experience for teachers in January in Delta County, Colorado. During this launch, Glenn Whitman, Director of the CTTL, and Dr. Ian Kelleher, Head of Research for the CTTL, guided 350 teachers as they embarked on their training in Mind, […]
By Michael Dannenberg and Anne Hyslop EducationNext The reality is 1 in 4 high school students are academically ready for college by the end of 11th grade. If we’re willing to think and act outside the century-old box of requiring all students to complete 12 years of school before starting college, we could cure “senioritis” […]
By Glenn Whitman, EdSurge This story is part of an EdSurge Research series about how educators are changing their practices to reach all learners. It is 8 p.m. and Sam is sitting down for the first time in hours after a long day at school, which was followed by play practice; she is Liesel in […]
By Peter Greene, Forbes Micro-credentials are one of the hot rising ideas in the education space. To understand the basics, go look at your child’s Xbox or PlayStation. For most of the major games, there is an accompanying set of achievements, or badges. Every time a player achieves a particular task (kill 50 zombies without […]
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