Each year, the World Economic Forum (WEF) produces its Global Competitiveness Report, a comprehensive assessment of national economic competitiveness. The WEF organizes its analyses into rankings to shed light on the drivers contributing to national productivity and prosperity. Explore the map to compare the most globally and regionally competitive countries, and engage with dat
When I was in elementary school, about 50 years ago, teachers used to stand in front of a class of 40 or 50 children and write on a blackboard with chalk. To make sure the material was absorbed, the teacher asked occasional questions and assigned lots of homework. If students discussed their homework or helped …
As a New Year begins we all think about what we can make happen in this New Year. I thought it only appropriate to think about the idea of Making and Creating in education. In this article, I have some ideas to allow Making and Creating to become part of the school culture. Before continuing,…
This podcast was produced in partnership with Cisco Education Dr. Michael Fullan is an international expert on leadership and managing change. His work is research based across networks of schools with serious results. This podcast covers select concepts of the role of the school leader in building cultures that support innovation.
As a teacher, there is nothing worse than irrelevant, impractical and (dare I say it?) boring professional development. In fact, I learn more from other teachers both in my school and online than I have from most professional development. This type of learning is called an open culture of learning and George Couros, author of […]
In education, we are often inundated with programs, curriculums, and frameworks that are “guaranteed to increase student learning”. Promises of a silver bullet that will fix all learning difficulties find their way to teachers and administrators alike. But as John Hattie points out in Visible Learning, it’s hard not to show growth or “evidence” for…
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