Summer break is upon us which means educators everywhere will have an opportunity for a brief change of pace from their school year schedule. This also means there will (hopefully) be some time to relax and enjoy doing things you love. Our team at New Classrooms has put another list […]
Congratulations to Teach to One: Math partner school Mesa Alta Junior High School, whose students made significant math gains last year. According to the Farmington Daily Times, Mesa Alta, part of the Bloomfield School District, algebra I students improved from 20% proficiency on the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for
What do OrangeTheory Fitness and Teach to One: Math—New Classrooms’ personalized learning model—have in common when it comes to personalized instruction? In an insightful new article by Mike Petrilli, both OrangeTheory and New Classrooms are equivalent analogies in their respective work to improve the workout/learning experience. Specifically, both models are
What does it mean to measure student growth? It all depends on what kind of learning growth you’re talking about. At home, parents might use a chart to keep track of how many inches their child grows each year. In schools and in education policy, educators deploy a range of […]
Our Complete Learners blog series on social and emotional learning kicked off last month with a growth mindset guide. The series continues this week with some external resources from around the web to build a deeper understanding about the “soft skills” that go into being a complete learner.
With the school year winding down, educators have some time to unwind, refresh, and disconnect. For a lot of us, that means a good book with new ideas and inspiring takeaways. We asked for recommendations from folks around New Classrooms and compiled a list that covers everything from change management and […]