Christine Terry offers valuable insight in how shifts towards personalization in education helps advocates for children with special needs. Very well-written and very pragmatic. Thank you Christine!
Applied Learning. You’ve likely heard the phrase floating around the education world for a while now. Life Hacks and School Hacks are some other prominent ideas making their way to the mainstream. These new terms of art give us a peek inside the new ways forging precedent for using your education as a stepping stone rather than an end goal.
And we should prepare our students for this new reality. For so many families the end goal is getting their kid to college. I caution families that a college degree alone should not be the ultimate goal. Rather, college gives a student a foundational skill set. What they do with that skill set, however, is not something college can teach.
Apply your conventional education to an unconventional path
I recently read an article directed towards law students and new grads–people, like myself, who had intentionally chosen a conventional path…
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