What could you resolve to do in 2017 to change the outcome for learning in 2025?

Make a New Year’s Resolution for the Future of Learning

Whether you make a New Year’s resolution this year or not, your actions in the coming year have the potential to change the shape of the future of learning. Educators, administrators, and students are increasingly driven to personalize learning, and the desire to make meaningful connections between what we’re teaching and learning to what matters most to us is only going to grow in 2017.

In our latest resource, Shaping the Future of Learning: K-12 School-Based Education Strategy Workbook, we invite you to consider how even the smallest steps you may take could make a big impact. We outline future needs, and provide the space for reflection on what you’re doing today, and what you might do differently in the immediate future.

How do you know what’s working for students today? How might your district better capture student voice?

What opportunities do students have to take their learning into the community? How could you recognize student contribution outside the classroom?

What organizational changes do you wish you could try if you had the time and permission?

How does your school or district currently involve multiple perspectives in decision making?

When you consider what you want for your school, for your students, your vision for an ideal graduate in your community, don’t underestimate your own influence. What could you resolve to do in 2017 to change the outcome for learning in 2025?

Shaping the Future of Learning: K-12 School-Based Education Strategy Workbook helps educators to reflect on their own practices and future aspirations.To consider these questions and more, download our latest resource, Shaping the Future of Learning: K-12 School-Based Education Strategy Workbook.

Jillian Kuhlmann

Written by: Jillian Kuhlmann

Jillian Kuhlmann is the Communications Specialist for KnowledgeWorks.

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