Place-Based, De-Colonized Ecology in Middle School

Natalie Smith, a middle school science educator at Lyndon Town School, in Lyndonville VT, originally presented “Making Science Authentic: Teaching The post Place-Based, De-Colonized Ecology […]

North Country Flexible Pathways

The fifteen year old boy slowly hobbled from the parking lot to the school’s main office, stopping to adjust his The post North Country Flexible […]

Lessons learned from a community conversation on race

How do we effectively engage people in our community who aren’t already predisposed to discuss race and the impacts of The post Lessons learned from […]

Measuring the value of a personalized learning coordinator

Will schools really re-open this fall? And what will they look like? Most of all: how will we ensure that The post Measuring the value […]

Hitting learning targets in Vermont hunter education

My twelve-year-old son is becoming a hunter. Myself, I’ve never even fired a gun, but Henry has been interested in The post Hitting learning targets […]

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, […]

4 ways twitter bots can help save the world

The Good, the Bad, and the Bot   What does it look like when twitter bots work towards improving our world? Bots have a rightly […]

Parenting a student-run business

There’s learning in the lemonade stand What might be your child’s first experience with business? That’s right: the lemonade stand. I mean, what is cuter […]

Students design digital badges

Badging growth toward goals’ attainment A small group of these 6th grades at Peoples Academy wondered how they could help their peers be more engaged […]

Turning passion projects into real world change

Public displays of learning are not always the end. How do you know when meaningful, relevant, personalized and authentic learning has really occurred? Is the […]

Green Mountain’s Wilderness Semester

Take student learning outside Students at Green Mountain Union High School demonstrate learning in Science, Social Studies, Health, and Language Arts over the course of […]

Sharing your school’s Passion Projects

Does your community know you as a learner? Flood Brook School buzzed with excitement. Students brought in their projects on tables or on carts, the […]

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