Suzi LeVine & Career Connected Learning – Seattle Education

Suzi LeVine & Career Connected Learning – Seattle Education

Big Picture Learning, Career Connected Learning, Career Pathways, Chris Reykdal, Colorado Education and Workforce Alignment Pathways Blueprint, Governor Inslee, human capital, McCleary decision, pathway state, STEM Education Innovation Alliance, Suzi LeVine, Swiss Model, Youth Apprenticeships Kids, Welcome to the Machine: Suzi LeVine & Career Connected Learning Date: May 9, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 5 Comments Editor’s Note: On

Beware of Tech Titans Bearing Gifts – Seattle Education

Beware of Tech Titans Bearing Gifts – Seattle Education

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundaton, Chamber of Commerce, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Charter schools, Chicago Public Schools, Ed Tech, Facebook-Summit partnership, James H. Shelton, LEAP, Measures of Effective Teaching (MET), personalized learning, Promise Neighborhoods, Social Emotional Learning SEL, Stand for Children, Summit Basecamp, Summit charter schools, Teach for America Beware of Tech Titans Bearing Gifts Date: May

The Movie “Most Likely to Succeed” is a Paid Infomercial for Project Based Learning – Seattle Education

The Movie “Most Likely to Succeed” is a Paid Infomercial for Project Based Learning – Seattle Education

ALEC Innovation Schools and School Districts, Big Picture Learning, Class Size, delphi method, IMPACT Public Schools, Jeff Petty, Regional Director of Big Picture Schools, Jen Wickens, McCleary decision, Most Likely To Succeed, Summit charter schools, Teach Like a Champion (TLAC), Ted Dintersmith The Movie “Most Likely to Succeed” is a Paid Infomercial for Project Based Learning

Biocapitalism and the West Virginia Wildcat Teachers Strike – Seattle Education

Biocapitalism and the West Virginia Wildcat Teachers Strike – Seattle Education

Behavioral Science and Social Impact, biocapitalism, biometric data, Education and Biocapitalism, Go365 Program, Healthy Tomorrows Program, social capital market, social impact bonds, West Virginia’s Wildcat Teachers Strike Biocapitalism and the West Virginia Wildcat Teachers Strike Date: April 12, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 0 Comments West Virginia’s Teachers became guinea pigs in a state sanctioned experiment to lower the cost

A note about changes on the blog – Seattle Education

A note about changes on the blog – Seattle Education

A Better Way A note about changes on the blog Date: February 4, 2019Author: seattleducation2010 2 Comments To our readers: You might have noticed that this site has been quiet for a while. Carolyn, my co-editor and good friend, discovered she had a medical condition that needed to be treated immediately. Carolyn is recovering but is

Black Boxes, Student Data & Playing Moneyball for Education – Seattle Education

Black Boxes, Student Data & Playing Moneyball for Education – Seattle Education

1:1 device initiatives, 23andMe genetic testing kit, “evidence-based” approaches, big data & healthcare, big data and the surveillance state, credit reports, Evidence based policy, FERPA, IBM Watson, Money Ball for Government, outcomes-based contracting, Pay for Success, Pay for Success and Big Data, Portland State University, RealNetworks facial recognition, Student-level data, surveillance capitalism Black Boxes, Student

Building Sanctuary Part 5 – Seattle Education

Building Sanctuary Part 5 – Seattle Education

A Learning Day 2037, AI Philanthropy / Giving Unchained, Philanthropy and the Blockchain, Automated Education, Beacons in Education, Bechtel Foundation / Character Development, Big Picture Learning, Blockchain, Blockchain E-Portfolios, Blockchain Identity, CASEL, Coding Automation / Low Wage, data badges, Decentralized Autonomous Organizations, digital badges, Digital Credentials, Digital Learning Now P. 8, Edublocks, Educational Savings Account

School Transformation Double Talk Threatens Students and Teachers – Seattle Education

School Transformation Double Talk Threatens Students and Teachers – Seattle Education

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundaton, Career Connected Learning, ESSA, Knowledgeworks, No Child Left Behind, North Dakota, North Dakota – ND 2186, OECD study in 2015, personalized learning, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, Superintendent Kirsten Baesler, Ted Dintersmith, Tony Wagner, vocational training School Transformation Double Talk Threatens Students and Teachers Date: June 18, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 0 Comments

Google Rolls Out “Anytime, Anywhere” Learning in Kirkland, WA Parks This Spring – Seattle Education

Google Rolls Out “Anytime, Anywhere” Learning in Kirkland, WA Parks This Spring – Seattle Education

American Alliance of Museums, biometric data, Brilliant.org, Collective Shift – LRNG Program, Eastside Audubon, Future Ready, Google, Google’s Eric Schmidt Data is the New Oil, IMS Global, Institute of the Future, Kirkland Parks Foundation, Kirkland, WA, KiTE STEM challenge, KiwiCo, Knowledgeworks, Lake Washington District, MacArthur Foundation, MIT Media Lab, Pacific Science Center, personalized learning, STEM

Pushing Career Education Too Soon – Seattle Education

Pushing Career Education Too Soon – Seattle Education

Career Connected Learning, Career Pathways, career-technical education (CTE), Common Core Standards, Naviance, Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC), Spark, Tracking Stealing Vocational Dreams: Pushing Career Education Too Soon Date: May 11, 2018Author: seattleducation2010 3 Comments Reposted with permission from Nancy Bailey’s Education Website. To some extent it is necessary to forecast the kinds of jobs that will be

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