How the Transformation Toolkit can make your conference learning stick

1By Jim Curran | October 26, 2021

Transformation is the theme of this year’s Learning Forward Annual Conference, and it’s a fitting one. The last eighteen months have brought about so many changes in schools that flexibility […]

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Share the good news about great schools as the new year begins

1By Stephanie Hirsh | September 6, 2018

I have worked for 30 years at Learning Forward and that has required a tremendous amount of travel. On every trip, I ask the people I meet to tell me […]

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What it takes to make a great start

1By Stephanie Hirsh | June 8, 2018

By Stephanie Hirsh One of the most frequent questions I have been asked over the years is: What are the essential conditions for launching a new initiative? Often what people […]

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Change management is key to successful implementation

1By Nick Morgan | May 24, 2018

When implementing a new initiative to help teachers, what really makes a new technology or resource stick? Learning Forward’s recent report, Beyond Barriers: Encouraging Teacher Use of Feedback Resources, looks […]

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Why teachers embrace — or reject — technology tools

1By Stephanie Hirsh | March 23, 2018

Every week, it seems, there are enticing new technology tools developed for educators, schools, and school systems. What is it that leads teachers to use such resources? Learning Forward recently […]

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Lessons on professional learning from Star Wars

1By Dawn Wilson | January 14, 2016

What can educators learn from Star Wars? You do not have to inhabit a galaxy far, far away to learn lessons about effective professional learning. In fact, the most effective professional learning occurs within your own educational sphere, so here are six lessons to transform learning in your own universe.

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