By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1056) In what has to be the softest launch ever, McGraw Hill has been quietly talking about their new personalized learning authoring system. If you ask them when it will be available to all customers, they … Continue reading →
From Danah Boyd - Most parents don’t have the foggiest clue what happens to their kids’ data, and giving them the power to consent sure doesn’t help them become more informed. Hell, most parents don’t have enough information to make responsible decisions for themselves, so why are we trusting them to know enough to protect their children?
The Williamsfield School District is a small, rural district serving approximately 300 students in one building—Pre-K through 12th grade—with fewer than 100 students attending the high school. Building on openly licensed resources, the Williamsfield School District leveraged education technology to save families and taxpayers money while providing unique, targeted learning opportunities for each student.
Today, the use of openly licensed educational resources is a vital part of what it means for Williamsfield School District to be Future Ready.
From Getting Smart - "In this blog that first appeared on the Mind Research blog, Jon Hanover describes the mission behind founding Roots Elementary, a new school in Denver that’s reimagining what the learning environment should look like for students. Learn about Roots’ “Grove” where students spend much of their day in this large, open collaborative space. "