“I hope we see schools embracing more opportunities for students to learn with the things that are around them, with the things that interest them. We’re going to see things become flexible and leave room for student creativity. It’s going to push us to reconsider the models we’ve been working with.”
Zaretta Hammond (leader in the Culturally Responsive Education movement) provides us tangible techniques to empower student voice more equitably in class discussions.
This week’s content offers inspiration for online learning models, humbling calls to reform systems within schools, and the diversion of a different kind of learning.