Young People Are the Geniuses Who Change the World | Switch and Shift
“At Choose2Matter, our opening line in speaking to young adults is “You Are a Genius, and the World Needs Your Contribution.” Next, we tell them they can change the world.
Why do we say this?”
Brief profiles of young people CHANGING the world, not just being prepared to change the world. This could BE SCHOOL!
Young People Are the Geniuses Who Change the World http://t.co/pwLs4NB3wV Look @boadams1 @jbrettjacobsen @GrantLichtman design in action
Making Education More Like Real Life Through Design Thinking | Lee-Anne Gray Psy.D
“Mary Cantwell, Design Thinking Coordinator and IT Faculty Support at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School (MVPS) in Atlanta GA has greatly influenced my thinking about design thinking (DT). A coach at Stanford’s D school program, she created DEEP: Discover, Explore, Experiment, and Produce as her DT platform at MVPS. Design thinking involves immersing students in what she calls situations for discovery.”
Cultivating Innovators in Independent Schools | The Puzzle
Greg Bamford offers strong encouragement for realizing the potential of innovation in independent schools. (Of course, great advice and truth apply to more than just one sector.)
@boadams1 @jgough @lottascales @HillbrookHOS @romano47 Thought you’d be interested in my new post on #indyschools: http://t.co/JP3vnMcUIy
The Real Education Reform Choice: Democracy or a Doctrine of Repression | Education on GOOD
Reading @CurtisCFEE’s superb post GOOD Lite:The Real Education Reform Choice: Democracy or a Doctrine of Repression http://t.co/2JXUuJi21O
“our facilitation of more authentic learning, and our design of more authentic policy, will emerge from the restoration at every level—from our classrooms, to our capitals—of an understanding of the purpose of education in, and for, our democracy.”
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