As part of the Leader in Me program, our Elementary Division launched Student-Led Conferences (SLCs) this year. This Leader in Me program is designed to help children develop leadership skills and competencies, as well as foster initiative, critical thinking, and communication skills. While the
We are born creative. The average five year old asks 100 questions in a day. Most kindergartners consider themselves to be artists. But then something happens. As Tony Wagner, author of Most Likely to Succeed (the book that inspired the 2015 Sundance film of the same name) says, “We call it
Did you know:
- The current length of a job for a millennial is an average of 2.6 years.
- Millennials will have 15-20 jobs over the course of their working lives.
- By 2020, 40% to 50% of all income-producing work will be short-term contracts, freelance work, and so-called “SuperTemps.”
- Just 11%
One of the greatest, most revolutionary educational experts of our time is Sir Ken Robinson. Perhaps you saw his now ubiquitous Ted Talk, Do Schools Kill Creativity? In it, Robinson contends that creativity is now as important in education as literacy, and we should treat it with the same status
Unless you have been living under a rock (without Internet access), you have probably heard a lot of the recent buzz about fake news. It doesn’t seem like fake news and misinformation are going away. And according to today’s All Things Considered, many schools are not doing a