Welcome back to our interview series, where we ask innovators working in education to share their insights on the future of teaching and learning. Today we’re talking with Chase Nordengren, a research scientist with NWEA, where he directs qualitative and mixed methods research at the intersection of assessment, curriculum and
Recommended Reads is a roundup of interesting news, articles, and insights curated by the team at New Classrooms. February’s roundup focuses on building better tests and meeting kids where they are.
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Jose Almonte knows his way around New Classrooms, inside and out of the office. Jose’s tenure began on one end of office with the unit that handles thousands of personalized Teach to One schedules and lessons every day. Splitting his time in schools, where he worked directly with
Camp Creek Middle School’s Dr. Saundra Dawson is not only a Teach to One Math Director, but she’s also a parent of a child in the program. The dual roles give her a unique perspective into how parents and teachers can work together to support students both at
Getting students ready for high school doesn’t stop when the school day ends. For schools making the shift to new learning models, there are many ways parents and families can support personalized learning at home and help their children thrive.
Students in Teach to One: Math (TTO), especially
[This article originally appeared on EdWeek’s Next Gen Learning in Action blog. It is part four in our series on the teacher’s role in personalized learning in collaboration with Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC). To view the entire series, visit our Teacher’s Role page.]
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Personalized learning is one of 50 ideas with the potential to change the world, according to a new special report from The Financial Times. The report, “50 Ideas to Change the World,” was launched in collaboration with The FT readers, researchers and entrepreneurs, and highlights Teach to One:
Recommended Reads is a roundup of interesting news, articles, and insights curated by New Classrooms to encourage ideas to inspire educators.
In 2012, Chicago’s William P. Gray Elementary School became one of the first schools in the country to adopt Teach to One: Math. In doing so, the Gray math team reoriented every academic and operational aspect of its learning model around its students’ individual needs.
Nearly six years later, Gray’s
Rachael Uggla, a former high school teacher, is a familiar name around New Classrooms. For many, seeing her name appear in their inboxes each week is the operational glue that connects employees across the country. As Deputy Director of Site Operations, Rachael brings to the job a killer combination of