How Culture Drives Community

Culture is defined as the social behavior and norms found in human societies. Within a school community (hive), culture is the product of the interactions between students, educators, parents, businesses and neighbors. When these parties…
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2019 Preview – How Simple Steps Can Have a Big Impact

A new year means a fresh start for many, and the world of education is no different even though we’re at the mid-way point of the current school year. That’s because January marks the start…
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2018 Year In Review

Our 2018 blog series, The Future of Work, can be summed up in two words: technological innovation. What jobs will disappear as a result of innovation? What jobs will be created? What skills will students…
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How Do We Get There Part 3 – The Community’s Role

For generations, we have relied on educators to prepare our children for the future, and while they continue to play a critical role in the education process they must not be the  only responsible party….
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How Do We Get There Part 2 – The Parent’s Role

Updating curriculum to reflect what’s happening in the real world is one way to rethink school and better prepare students for future careers, however, it’s not just curriculum that needs to change but how we…
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Rethink School – How Do We Get There Part 1

Taking our education system from the Industrial Revolution model that creates good employees to a Digital Age model that creates good entrepreneurs is a concept many can agree upon. Where we lack consensus is how…
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Back to School – Tips and Tricks to Start the Year Off Right

The end of summer can be an emotional time for parents, students and teachers alike. There may be disappointment about returning to a structured schedule, excitement about seeing friends and apprehension or optimism about adjusting…
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Rethink School Part 3 – The Classroom Role

A growing number of educators recognize the traditional classroom lecture is no longer the only way to teach the real-world skills students will need in the future, such as creativity, critical thinking and problem solving,…
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