The education world is full of incremental change — the slow process of individuals learning about new strategies and approaches, trying them out, improving on their skills, and hopefully sharing their learning with colleagues to continue growth. While that process
Some thoughts about change—not so much what to change, as the process of change, offered in light of its slow occurrence. Yes, lecture is a good example. In a recent survey, 275 econ faculty who teach principles courses reported they
PayPal CEO Dan Shulman sees change afoot in the financial services industry. While speaking on a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Shulman outlined the 5 trends that are re-shaping the way financial services are conducted around
One of the big reasons change initiatives fail is because people do not like to be pushed out of their comfort zones. That is only the surface emotion; a deeper reason is that people are uncomfortable with learning something new.
Want to change your school’s culture? Start with the right students. A recent study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reveals some important clues on how to change a school’s mores. The gist of the findings? To
One of the big reasons change initiatives fail is because people do not like to be pushed out of their comfort zones. That is only the surface emotion; a deeper reason is that people are uncomfortable with learning. It will
By now, you are likely well aware that the SAT will change in 2016. These changes will not be cosmetic – the new exam prizes complex understanding rather than rote memorization. At one time, teachers and tutors could reasonably recommend
13 Ways Education Could Change In The Next 13 Years by Terry Heick Ed note: 2 Pieces for Context–30 Incredible Ways Technology Will Change Education by 2028 and Curriculum is More Important Than Learning Technology We recently speculated on the what education might
Over the years, I’ve noticed how one question can change the dynamics of any situation. Everything might be moving along quite nicely at the dinner table, everyone’s happy and laughing but one question can send those same smiling faces into a frenzy
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