Monthly Archives: January 2014

Intelligence Shaping

How to make students want to learn. GUEST COLUMN | By Christina Yu Self-perception and social expectations shape our intelligence more than we realize. In today’s hierarchical schools, where students are often placed on “tracks” from an early age (and … Continue reading

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In Digital Transit

A popular MOOC especially designed for K-12 education leaders looks to the future. INTERVIEW | by Charlie Chung Designed for school and district leaders — superintendents, principals, curriculum directors, technology directors, financial officers, instructional coaches, library media specialists, lead teachers … Continue reading

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Not So Far Away

DC’s chancellor answers some hard questions about helping students thrive in the present and preparing them for a future that’s closer than it seems.   INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero  Strongly influenced by her late mother Kathleen Henderson (an educator who … Continue reading

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