How Community Support Drives Classroom Innovation

I’m excited to share this Guest Post Written by Jason Vest, an 8th grade Civics teacher at Hungary Creek Middle School in Henrico County, VA (a suburb of Richmond, VA). He has taught U.S. History, World History, been a Head … Continued

#FutureReady – Authentic Use of a MakerSpace

In my last post related to our #FutureReady Community Partnerships, I shared one of our opportunities for collaboration with Kutztown University.  As an extension of our previous #FutureReady Use of Space and Time series of posts (culminating in Final Form: A … Continued

Giving the Gift of ‘Time’ Through Authentic and Purposeful Innovation

  I’m honored and excited to share this guest post written by Dr. Marc Bertrando, Superintendent of Schools for the Garnet Valley School District. Dr. Bertrando is entering his 27th year in public education. He began his career teaching 7th … Continued

Final Form- A Future Ready Library

Revisiting the Areas & Their Function So, as promised…a final look at our last main space in the district that we have designed, our Garnet Valley HS Library.  For the complete WHY, HOW and WHAT Elementary & Middle spaces, as … Continued

From Demolition to Creation- Learning Space Update 2

As I mentioned in my first 2 posts related to our library redesign, When Form Matches Function: Redesigning Our Learning Spaces, & Updates on our Learning Space Redesign, I promised to provide updates as we go through the process of redesigning our high … Continued

How to Host Your First Twitter Chat

So a teacher from China, a Principal from Spain, a Headmaster from Praug, and an educational consultant from Texas walk into a bar…not quite sure what happened at the bar…however the 1 meeting that is more likely to happen than … Continued

Updates on our Learning Space Redesign!

As I mentioned in my first post related to our library redesign, When Form Matches Function: Redesigning Our Learning Spaces, I promised to provide updates as we go through the process of redesigning our high school library. During the last week … Continued

Sometimes You Have to Go Slow to Go Fast

  To just simply say that change is a constant would be an understatement, and Education is no exception.  I can look back over the past 18 yearsI’ve been in the profession and rattle off a number of different initiatives that … Continued

Managing Change in School

I am excited to share this guest post by Seonaid Davis, who is the Vice Principal, Teaching and Learning at Havergal College a K-12 Anglican girl’s school in Toronto (http:www.havergal.on.ca).  She has taught math and science at all grade levels … Continued