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What Does Learning Commons Mean for Your School?

What Does Learning Commons Mean for Your School?

“Our interpretation of the world of information and technology now, compared to how it used to be – affect the kind of environment we need to construct for the young … Continue reading

Filed under : Indepdendent Schools
Author : Kami Kinkaid
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How a Moveable Space Can Ignite Creativity in the Classroom

How a Moveable Space Can Ignite Creativity in the Classroom

One of the most exciting models of learning is “design thinking.” It combines hands on learning (tinkering) with independent problem solving methodologies. This concept is basically the same as the … Continue reading

Filed under : Independent Schools
Author : Peter Pfau
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Breaking out of the Traditional Classroom: Touring Stanford’s d.school

Breaking out of the Traditional Classroom: Touring Stanford’s d.school

In support of our school clients’ pedagogical explorations for methods that prepare their students for the 21st century world, we have set out on an exploration of our own. Increased … Continue reading

Filed under : Independent Schools
Author : Dwight Long
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Rethinking Education with Design Thinking

Rethinking Education with Design Thinking

This post was originally published on Metropolis Magazine’s POV Blog.   Stop. Put down your pencils and take a break from angst over endless test preparations to consider how design … Continue reading

Filed under : Independent Schools
Author : Peter Pfau
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