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More We Need to Humanize Education More Than We Need to Personalize Learning × × Opinion | We Need to Humanize Education More Than We Need to Personalize Learning By Apr 13, 2019 Over the last ten years, my privilege has allowed me to participate in a number of educational arenas. Iâve co-founded both a charter school and an education technology company, and I provide consulting and coaching support to schools and leaders related to personalized learning. In any given week, Iâm actively engaged in trying to deepen my own knowledge, support the growth of othersâ knowledge and internalize a wide range of diverse perspectives on how we can best serve children via more personalized learning.
More Is The SAT Secure? What the College Board Is Doing to Respond to the... × × Is The SAT Secure? What the College Board Is Doing to Respond to the Admissions Scandal By Apr 12, 2019 The details of the admissions-fraud scheme revealed by federal prosecutors last month sound like something out of a heist movie. A private admissions counselor allegedly bribed a proctor of an SAT test, and in some cases paid someone to take the test for a student, or have someone change answers to improve a studentâs score.
More Students Create a Pop-Up Makerspace at a Domestic Violence Shelter × × Voices | Students Create a Pop-Up Makerspace at a Domestic Violence Shelter By Apr 11, 2019 Lake Forest Country Day School students who created the pop-up makerspace event at Constance Morris House We pulled up to a building, which looked like a storefront from the outside. As we entered, anxiety set inâat least for me. The inside had a factory aesthetic, with old furniture strewn about and folding tables arranged in the center of the room.
More Tips and Scoops from ASU GSV That You Wonât Find on the Agenda × × Tips and Scoops from ASU GSV That You Wonât Find on the Agenda By , and Apr 10, 2019 What was once a sleepy conference at Arizona State University that charged $50 for attendance has now become ground zero for dealmaking in the education technology industry. (A ticket for this year costs nearly $3,200.) Silicon Valley loves to talk about scale, and the has achieved that. Now in its 10th year, the show has grown from 350 attendees in its first year to more than 4,700 this week.