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Why the Carnegie Unit Needs to Go

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When teaching and learning decisions are guided by student learning instead of expected time in the classroom...... Continue Reading

Learning to Change (Part 4)

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Findings for question 3: In what ways do district leaders support the principals’ professional learning?... Continue Reading

Professional Learning

Case Study on Adaptive Expertise

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Teachers used evidence of student learning to help inform their next teaching steps.... Continue Reading

Case Study on Flight and Air & Aerodynamics

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Students became engineers who applied and tested new understandings to their designs and prototypes... Continue Reading

Exploring Nature in the Early Learning Classroom

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This early learning teacher infused the natural world into her classroom through a series of engaging explorations.... Continue Reading

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Highly adaptive learning systems: Research in Alberta’s redesigned high schools

Dr. Sharon Friesen, Dr. Michele Jacobsen, Dr. Barb Brown & Dr. Gabriela Alonso-Yanez presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) confernce in Washington, DC.... Continue Reading

Innovative Methods to Study School System Dynamics

Dr. Sharon Friesen, Dr. Michele Jacobsen, Dr. Barb Brown & Dr. Gabriela Alonso-Yanez presented at IDEAS 2016: Designing for Innovation at the Uiversity of Calgary.... Continue Reading

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