Innovation: Education

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Race Against Racism VT

Student leadership and service in action It all starts with an idea. Races Against Racism have taken place around the country, and last spring, a […]

How to tell your PBL story

Cornwall students think global, build local, share both Last year the most amazing thing happened: my students at the Cornwall School designed and built a […]

4 ways students are tackling the UN’s Global Goals in Vermont

Goal global, act local The United Nations has kicked off a movement for the future. They’ve identified 17 goals for sustainability world-wide, and they’ve given […]

Digital badges as evidence of flexible pathways

Realizing the promise of micro-credentialing As teachers and students grapple with how to implement proficiency-based assessment, flexible pathways and personalized learning, what can we learn […]

The student architects of Shelburne VT

Making math real-world relevant Would you tell the school board how to redesign your school? Students at Shelburne Community School, in Shelburne VT, did just […]

The new Crossett Brook personalized learning plans

One way to make sure PLPs are student-driven: hand them the keys At the end of last school year, the PLP Student Leadership Team at […]

Choose Your Own Adventure with Google Earth

The virtual reality cure for wanderlust Despite this gorgeous fall weather here in central Vermont, I’m suffering from a bad case of wanderlust. One antidote […]

Winooski’s Graduate Proficiencies & Graduate Expectations

What proficiency-based learning looks like Winooski Middle and High School, in bustling Winooski, VT, has been quietly making the journey to proficiency-based learning and proficiency-based […]

5 online resources for teaching current events

When things get tough, the tough use tools. Whether you’re actively trying to embed current events in your curriculum or helping your students respond to […]

4 ways to make math more relevant

Standard 3-part story-driven post: 1) what it is, 2) what it looks like in a school, 3) how to do it in your school The […]

How making supports integrative and informed thinking

Makerspace learning at Proctor Elementary In this final post of our series on how maker-centered learning can help students develop transferable skills, we take a […]

How making supports service learning

Responsible and involved citizenship in Grand Isle We’re looking at how maker-centered learning and makerspace activities can help support students in developing Vermont’s five transferable […]

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