July 17, 2023 As a young, new teacher I was naïve. I thought school reform was simple: Understand how learning happens, and design schools based on that understanding. It’s not
July 5, 2023 I’m not getting myself all worked up over how generative AI is going to revolutionize the world of education. I’m not spending too much time trying to
Summer Series 3: In the spirit of meaning-making, let’s revise the meaning of failure. June 29, 2023 It’s trendy in educational circles to talk about “embracing the learning experience of
June 22, 2023 In a previous article, “Are These the Skills and Values You Are Looking For?”, we introduced the values that the Learning-Educational Agile Framework was built on, explained why
June 21, 2023 This article by Alden Blodget is the first in our summer series about the findings of neuroscience, their connection to meaning-making, and how we apply this new
June 13, 2023 A reaction to an article in The New York Times entitled “For Colleges, Admissions is a Business. and Business is Booming.” In The New York Times issue
June 8, 2023 As the cliché goes, “It’s not you, it’s me.” In this sense, education (you) is not what today’s students (me) need. What do I mean by this?
June 7, 2023 Important first question: where did the high school classroom come from? It’s important to remember that the high school classroom essentially didn’t exist until the 20th century.
June 5, 2023 Regenerative practice can never be achieved or ticked off a list. Regenerative practice is just that, practice that emerges from a set of principles. Regeneration is dynamic
May 23, 2023 On Sunday, April 2, 2023, I read an interesting and provocative article by Frank Bruni that was published in the New York Times. The title of the