Learner-Centered Collaborative CEO Devin Vodicka explores the promise and challenges of personalized learning and reflects on what is needed in order to make dramatic improvements to the educational landscape.
Transforming education to fit the needs of a new generation of learners is a daunting task. Former “California Superintendent of the Year” and current Altitude Learning's Chief Impact Officer and Chief Academic Officer Devin Vodicka shares three strategies for tackling this monumental transition.
Educational leaders are seeing new possibilities for summer programming due to the confluence of increasing vaccination rates, changes in social distancing requirements for schools, and the infusion of American Recovery Plan Act (ARPA) funding.
Standardized testing is an intrusive way of attempting to measure learning, and its use in accountability systems has resulted in a number of side effects, such as a narrowing of the curriculum, elimination of the arts, reductions in physical activity, and incentives to manipulate outcomes.