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Breathing life into learning.
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Kimberly Kay Daniels shares a scenario that projects a fictional narrative of learning and work in 2040, which creates a future image that exemplifies one way a region could transform its approaches to readiness and learning. https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/redefining-readiness-northeast-ohio-scenario/ #FutureEd #FutureofLearning #RedefineReady
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Kimberly Kay Daniels shares a scenario that projects a fictional narrative of learning and work in 2040, which creates a future image that exemplifies one way a region could transform its approaches to readiness and learning. https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/redefining-readiness-northeast-ohio-scenario/ #FutureEd #FutureofLearning #RedefineReady
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"At KnowledgeWorks, we believe the bright spark that lies within each child can shine brightly when immersed in a learning culture that values their interests, backgrounds, opportunities and challenges," says Virgel Hammonds. Read more to learn the moment helped Hammonds know the moment for personalized, competency-based education is now: https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/personalized-competency-based-learning-act-now/ #PersonalizedLearning #CompetencyEducation #EdChat
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"Wearables, augmented reality and virtual reality alter the physical world by layering data, computing and connectivity onto our physical environments and adding ‘digital depth’ to our physical experiences," says Jason Swanson. Read more to see how digital depth might contribute towards more responsive learning environments: https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/creating-digital-depth/ #FutureEd #FutureofLearning
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In part because of his role with us at KnowledgeWorks, Jesse Moyer can explain to you all of the benefits of co-creating a vision for your school and sharing that experience with the broader community. As a parent, he can share firsthand how this is an absolute necessity to earn the trust and support of your parents and community. Read more: https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/parent-community-engagement-matters/ #VisioningToolkit
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Wrapping up a four-part series we did in partnership with The Long Now Foundation, Andrea Saveri writes about the pace layer framework as a thinking tool of hope and possibility. By expanding perspective to the breadth of civilization and timeframe to include centuries, pathways for positive change become more abundant and visible. Read more: https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/reflections-cultivating-long-now-mindset-education/ #FutureEd #FutureofEducation
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"Wearables, virtual reality, and augmented reality have ridden the hype train in terms of the consumer market, and they are a current source of excitement for many education stakeholders as they make their way into the educational technology world and begin to be applied to learning. Because of the hype surrounding these technologies, it is important for educators to have a frame for thinking through the various ways that they might be employed for learning and what the implications of using them might be." Read more in this Getting Smart article by Jason Swanson: http://www.gettingsmart.com/2018/03/leveraging-digital-depth-technologies-in-education/
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We know social-emotional skills are important, but how can we help students cultivate them through meaningful learning experiences? We’ve created a poster you can hang in your office, classroom or staff lounge to help keep these skills top of mind, including ideas to help students develop and practice them. Learn more: https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/social-emotional-skills-students-2040/ #socialemotionallearning #sel #redefineready
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"Of one thing we can be sure: tomorrow will be more complex than today. Technology continues to advance exponentially bringing with it more complex systems which often interact with each other and natural systems in unexpected ways." In Getting Smart article, Jonathan Rochelle, Katherine Prince and Tom Vander Ark discuss the future of learning in the face of exponential change: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/on_innovation/
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"How we can all be better grown-ups for all of our kids?" Emily Smith shares approaches, insights and questions to think about that she learned at this year's SXSWedu: https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/supports-kids-reflections-sxswedu/
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