Cultivating New Cultures of Learning

by Katherine Prince July 3, 2014

Last week I had the opportunity to engage in Grantmakers for Education’s 2014 Education Grantmakers Institute at the Harvard School of Education, which aimed to “get all of us thinking about how education and our learners are changing, and, as result, how our organizations need to change to have the kind of impact our missions […]

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Creating the Future of Teaching

by Katherine Prince June 19, 2014
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I’m delighted to be releasing a new paper on the future of teaching! “Forecasting the Future of K-12 Teaching: Four Scenarios for a Decade of Disruption” examines how the disruptive changes shaping education might affect teaching in the next ten years. I wrote this paper given the crucial role that teachers play in young people’s […]

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Creating Community Learning Landscapes

by Katherine Prince June 12, 2014

Earlier this week I had a chance to chat with Larry Jacobs of Education Talk Radio and Elizabeth Merritt of the American Alliance of Museums’ Center for the Future of Museums about AAM’s Building the Future of Education: Museums and the Learning Ecosystem (see my excerpt on two scenarios for the future).  As the learning […]

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Museums: Agents of change in a vibrant learning ecosystem

by Cris Mulder June 9, 2014

Field trip! My kids loved them. It was a chance to get out of the classroom, experience what they read in a textbook or on a ditto (did I just date myself?) and experience learning in a meaningful way that inspired curiosity, thought and imagination. They crave more hands-on, inquiry-based opportunities to learn. Museums. They’re […]

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Unique Opportunity on June 30 in Washington, D.C. – Transforming the Learning Ecosystem

by Cris Mulder June 5, 2014
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As avenues for learning expand, it is essential that we reach outside the traditional learning paradigm to meet the needs and expectations of tomorrow’s students. Since 2005, KnowledgeWorks has studied the trends shaping our world and helped education leaders plan for the future of learning. Join us at Transforming the Learning Ecosystem, a one-day event, […]

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Cultivating New Cultures of Learning

by Katherine Prince May 15, 2014

Last week I had the opportunity to engage in Grantmakers for Education’s 2014 Education Grantmakers Institute at the Harvard School of Education, which aimed to “get all of us thinking about how education and our learners are changing, and, as result, how our organizations need to change to have the kind of impact our missions […]

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