Design Thinking: Some Divergent Ideas to Consider

Design Thinking: Some Divergent Ideas to Consider Have you read Jessica Lahey’s Article in the Atlantic? How Design Thinking Became a Buzzword at School The trendy concept is in high demand among educators, but its specifics are vague. Jessica Lahey, … Continued

Free Range Humans explores deeper learning with Local BC Superintendent: What makes Learning in Abbotsford important and real?

https://twitter.com/i/topics/news/e-1665753808?cn=ZmxleGlibGVfcmVjcw%3D%3D&refsrc=email   Creating a Culture of Curiosity and Innovation – Conversation with Kevin Godden       Free Range Humans Education Listen on Apple Podcasts  Deeper learning suggests that there is no end. There is always “deeper.” There are always other layers … Continued

How to Build Systems for Deeper Learning – A Conversation with Jason Glass with Free Range Humans

https://twitter.com/i/topics/news/e102086788?cn=ZmxleGlibGVfcmVjcw%3D%3D&refsrc=email 50 min PLAY How to Build Systems for Deeper Learning – A Conversation with Jason GlassFree Range Humans Education Listen on Apple Podcasts  There are lots of powerful classrooms, some great schools, but few districts or larger systems where students experience … Continued

Post Pandemic: Continuing our Research

  Sue Elliott and Trudean Andrews who are both on the Learning Forward BC Board of Directors have been attending a series sponsored by the Worldwide Commission to Educate All Kids, Post Pandemic We invite you to read the following … Continued

A post on the work of Jal Mehta

Equity work is a form of deep learning. It requires developing new dispositions and ways of working and thinking, imagining, and organizing. @kristagalleberg @Rodroad219 @sarahmfine @karen_brennan @kalebrashad @DrTraceyBenson @nancybgutierrez @ShaneSafir https://t.co/nV4ajmrSdi — Jal Mehta (@jal_mehta) June 8, 2021