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Creating Equitable Learning Environments

While educators and school leaders have widely recognized the importance of inclusive curricula, this focus, in and of itself, may be misguided. Inclusive curricula examines what students will learn. In this workshop, we will examine two concepts that we think need to come first: who the learners are and how they access learning opportunities. Designed […]

Leadership Proximity

A leader cannot be and should not be Atlas—the weight of the world is not his/her/their job to bear alone. However, it IS the leader’s responsibility to create the leadership context that will sustain the school’s vision and support the weight of executing on it. To do so, the leader makes reasoned and humane decisions […]

Collaboration Strategies: Designing Student Groupings for Deeper Learning

Research supports how collaborative learning is more effective at increasing student achievement than individual learning across all subject areas. When students work together, they demonstrate better active listening, retrieval, conceptual understanding, critical thinking, and there is a positive impact on their socialization and improved self-esteem. But it is not as simple as: put them in […]

Slides that Stick: Designing Multimedia Materials for Learning

When well-designed, slides are a powerful teaching tool. They spark inquiry, focus attention, create connections, and prompt questions and dialogue. They help us see (literally) concepts, leading to a better understanding (they make learning stickier.) Without intention, our slides might also undermine our teaching. Our presentations may clutter content and distract our students. This course […]