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“The work before us, then, may not be to level an academic playing field for which there is no straight, but rather to create new terms for why we learn, how, and where—and then change the expectation for what we do with what we know.”
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School Design: Every School Is A Think Tank http://buff.ly/2hT2Mp9
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The TeachThought Newsletter: 34 Strategies For The Stages Of Assessment: Before, During & After - http://buff.ly/2iXRqU8
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4 Things All Project-Based Learning Teachers Should Do - http://buff.ly/2iBiN5A
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Above all else, TeachThought is interested in supporting the innovation of the learning process–not simply how we learn, but our reasons for learning.

It is our position that all learning should result in substantive personal and social change. Our ideas are heavily influenced from a wide variety of thinkers, from Wendell Berry to Edward Wilson, David Hume to Henry David Thoreau, Jean Paul Sarte to Jeremy Bentham, Bena Kallick to Art Costa, Ken Robinson to Daniel Pink, Maria Popova to Grant Wiggins–and countless souls in between.

This concept includes, among other ideas, the relationship between culture, communities, and the institutions and curriculum purported to serve them, as well as emerging technology (including, critically, social media).

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