We love how the students in this video from Fountain Valley High School are connecting their maxims to the daily life at their school and thinking about how what they are learning is preparing them for what’s next. This is a perfect example of how school communities can bring their outcomes for students to life ensuring that they don’t just live on a poster on the wall!
North Eugene High School Principal, Iton Udosenata and 4J District Associate Director for Communications, Kerry Delf present their work with Inflexion around a visioning process and developing maxims to the school board.
Interview with Dr. Courtney Robinson about the annual College Application Day at Ocean View High School. All seniors apply, during the school day, to multiple postsecondary institutions based on each student’s interests and aspirations and have experts onsite all day to support them through the process.
At the conclusion of the 2016 school year, every senior student at Savanna High School in Anaheim, California was required to undergo an exit interview to reflect and express their understanding of the five stated “Student Learning Capacities.” The following is a sampling of these interviews…
Angela Lee Duckworth explains why she believes grit plays a larger role in school and life success than IQ.
A science teacher explains how student feedback helped him to improve his lesson plans and calls on other teachers to revolutionize the way they teach.
Young girls lip dub a scene of a math teacher trying to teach a lesson to a student who is just not understanding.
Michael Fullan and Andy Hargreaves present on the value of social capital and the importance of learning from others’ achievements.
Andreas Schleicher gives a TEDTalk on using global data to evaluate factors that can improve school systems and support equity in education.
Sir Ken Robinson discusses the roles of leadership in building creativity, innovation, and leadership in the workplace.