In this Special Edition of Barriers for Breakfast, we cover how to...
Measure What Matters
Competency-based learning meets students where they are and empowers them to embrace and own their learning. Assessment next feedback ties directly to “I can” statements, keeping the learning focused, transparent, consistent and learner-owned.
Elevate What Matters
There is a significant difference between grading for compliance and grading for learning, and in order to create buy-in from teachers, parents, and students, educational leaders must define what matters within their own organizations - starting with understanding "why" and "what" perspectives of those in the classroom every day.
Advance What Matters
"Teachers will tell you it's both the hardest and most rewarding thing they've experienced." So how do you manage the change? Hear how others have been successful in their approach and the essential steps to consider as the organization moves the work forward.