What We’re Reading, Writing, and Watching November 2019
For your Thanksgiving reading list, we’ve unearthed a few sources of insight and provocation for various aspects of the innovation process.
Most are authored by folks in Transcend’s network—including district leaders, school designers, consultants, and researchers.
Let us know what you think #TranscendEdu!
Using Expanded Measures of Student Success for School Improvement by Frances Messano, Transcend board chair Stacey Childress, Jason Atwood, and Miho Kubagawa
In Forbes, Profiles In Innovation: Leading At The Edge Of Education by Barbara Kushran and Transcend Senior Fellow Sujata Bhatt
You can check out an overview of Transcend’s 2019 School Design Collaborative here
The Northeastern Graduate School for Education recently hosted a webinar entitled, A fork in the road: Changing the lives of youth in a rural community—The story of Tri-County Early College in Murphy, NC
Exploration High School: A Conversation with (Yellow Hat) Nathan Strenge and Sam Neisen from Education Reimagined
Changing the Discussion: From Screen Time to Digital Equity and Universal Design for Learning as a Framework for Digital Equity from Yellow Hat Beth Holland
Stop Doing What Doesn’t Work: Creating meaningful partnerships with today’s families by Dr. Lisa A Riegel
Messy, Moral Questions for Education Innovation by Yellow Hat Randy Weiner
THE SCIENCE OF LEARNING IN PRACTICE: Implementing The Learning Research In Classrooms from the Learning Lab Agency
Teach Your Students to Make a Difference through Design by Kellyanne Mahoney
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