Merging data with qualitative instincts should be the standard in education—not a privilege. A visit to Greenville, SC gave us a glimpse into that future.
Category: Social Emotional Learning
At the end of every school day, behavior trackers inevitably found their way on my classroom floor, in the trash, or forgotten under the stacks of papers on my desk. My school was attempting to track how students communicated their feelings with classmates and teachers through individual social emotional goals to boost classroom culture and […]
As of 2010, approximately 4 million students were impacted by online learning components embedded into their daily curriculum, cementing blended learning principles in schools across the world — and that number is growing. Exponentially. It is no secret that technology in the classroom has the ability to engage students like no other learning tool. Technology has become […]
Close your eyes and imagine you’re back in middle school. You’re hard at work cranking out a five paragraph essay. It’s a tough assignment: take a stand on school uniforms. You have to back your position up with evidence. This is your third and final draft, which means you’re either writing it in pen or […]