Innovation: Education

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Posts by Innovation: Education

This Is Really Scary (And I’ve Never Been More Excited)

When asked “what is your working definition of personalized learning?” Charlie Herzog, an educator at Flood Brook replied: “Relevancy is the essence of personalized learning. […]

Introducing: asset mapping

Starting with strengths Imagine you’re reading a written reflection from a student. This particular student writes so beautifully of the lines on his grandfather’s face, […]

All about service learning

with Katy Farber From real and relevant to what to do in the event of a mountain bike accident, the last predators in Middlesex, and […]

Paths to proficiency

Choose Your Own Adventure with 3 easy tech tools Students in blended learning classrooms benefit from taking control over the path and pace of their […]

16 tips for writing a great blog post

#10 will shock and appall you… Here are 16 best practices we try to follow as writers on this blog. Many of them stem from […]

Voice + choice = a better math classroom

Start by listening to students Elizabeth Tarno asked her students for feedback about their math class at the end of 5th grade. Then she did […]

A student-led short story unit at Crossett Brook

7th and 8th graders take the initiative to share their stories with the world. Ms. Cicchetti’s 7th and 8th grade language arts classes at Crossett […]

Battle Physics at Green Mountain Union High School

Come for the math, stay for the slingshots! Green Mountain 7th graders and HS physics students apply math and science to a real-world problem: hitting targets.  […]

The athlete, the artist & the PLP

How Passion Projects can fire up a student-led conference Julia is a student at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School, in South Burlington VT. She’s an […]

Randolph students turn digital audio producers with PBL

Flexible pathways in digital music We had a chance to hear from student digital audio producers at Randolph Union High School, in Randolph VT. They, […]

3 strategies to create supportive structures during project time

Why structure? One of the most intimidating things about starting to do service and project based learning in the classroom is how to structure the […]

3 ways to use virtual bulletin boards

Padlet, Google Keep and Corkulous — oh my! 1.Padlet Padlet’s been a go-to for a number of our educators for a while now, based on […]

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