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Four Ways to Redefine Parent Teacher Conferences—With a Little Help from Ironman

Edsurge

As a former New York City high school teacher, I know that parent-teacher conferences seldom provide parents with enough time to process what their children learned, what they’re interested in, and what needs improvement. These conferences are rarely original and are often a missed opportunity to truly connect with parents about something beyond the report card. Talk about what's being learned, not what's missing. Kiddom's student experience.

Two ingredients for student-centered learning: a flexible environment and caring adults

The Christensen Institute

Research shows that relationships with caring adults can be a critical factor in a student’s success in school, especially in cases where students experience instability at home. At a Massachusetts charter, students meet with an advisory group of peers and teachers called an Anchor.

The Trends and Challenges Shaping Technology Adoption In Schools

MindShift

We’re hoping you don’t see the report as something you read once and file away, but that you start using it to really start stimulating conversation.”. NMC/CoSN Horizons Report: K-12 Edition). Teachers are becoming more comfortable with this idea of “blending learning.”.

A school where you can’t fail — it just takes you longer to learn

The Hechinger Report

Moheeb is part of a new program that is challenging the way teachers and students think about academics, and his school is one of hundreds that have done away with traditional letter grades inside their classrooms. The only goal is to learn the material, sooner or later.