Timeless Learning: On Edline Canada This Week, Dr. Pam Moran and Ira Socol

This week on Edline Canada, we continue our conversation around Design for Learning. We are so pleased to welcome two of the authors of Timeless Learning: How Observation, Imagination and Zero-Based Thinking Change Schools. Dr. Pam Moran was Superintendent of Albermarle County Public Schools from January 2006 through June of 2018. She now serves as […]

Edline Canada: Design for Learning

This week on Edline Canada, we are talking about design for learning. We welcome Randall Fielding and Jill Handrigan as our guests. Randy Fielding is the Founding Chairman of Fielding Nair International. His unique approach puts learning at the centre of how schools are designed and built. My favourite line from his bio is this: […]

Consumers or Creators?

Over the last few days I have been thinking about an article that was shared with me last week on Twitter. How can design thinking be used in classrooms to help students achieve the skill sets and mindsets needed in 2016? In his book, The Global Achievement Gap, Dr. Tony Wagner outlined┬áthe skills all students […]

The Future is NOT a Multiple Choice Test

This video is everything I believe about education. If you do nothing else today to further your professional learning, take 13 minutes and watch this video. Our kids need you to do it.