Blended & Personalized Learning

Carnegie Learning and One Stone High School: A Powerful Partnership – Education Article

This blog is a combination of companion posts originally published on Long + Live + Math, a blog by Carnegie Learning. Meet the Faculty and Students of One Stone By: Allison Parker and Caitlyn Scales One Stone is a Boise-based nonprofit and high school with a mission to make students better leaders and the world a better place. We seek to disrupt the traditional education system through our radically different, student-led and student-directed high school. In line with the mission of…

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Advancing Equity Through Innovation: Seven Noteworthy Approaches From Brooklyn LAB – Education Article

Launched with 132 sixth-graders in 2014, Brooklyn Laboratory Charter Schools ( operates two middle school campuses and a second-year high school in downtown Brooklyn. As a college-preparatory school, Brooklyn LAB is built on the premise that we need to prepare all students to one-day hold jobs that likely don’t exist yet. However, by mastering skills such as problem-solving and conflict resolution, students will be ready to tackle those new challenges, regardless of their career path. LAB embraces seven innovative approaches to educate scholars…

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Eight Reasons Why Students Should Share Their Work – Education Article

This is part three of a four-part series about how student engagement increases when students share their learning. Around the country, teachers have committed to sharing their students’ learning. Through student-led conferences, exhibitions, and presentations of learning, teachers recognize the value of making learning public. In our first two posts in this series, we learned how an elementary school teacher and an organization are working to make student learning public. We recently put out an open call to teachers to learn how…

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Reggio Emilia: The Future of Learning Has Roots in the Past – Education Article

By: Beth Holland Oftentimes, in an effort to embrace new ideas that seem to describe the future of learning, we forget to examine the countless examples and lessons learned from the past. As explained by authors David Tyack and Larry Cuban in their 1995 book Tinkering Toward Utopia, throughout history, education has experienced change that can be described as both incremental and cyclical. Movements and initiatives often cycle over time, and yet with each repetition, the underlying context has incrementally changed.…

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Getting Students to Take Control – Education Article

When considering the future of work, it is important to consider what still needs to be done to prepare future generations. It is not a secret that everyone learns differently. In a world that is constantly changing—that is one thing that won’t. As EdReimaginged noted in their report, A transformational vision for education in the U.S., “the current system was designed in a different era and structured for a different society.” So why is it taking so long to adjust…

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