Built for the 21st Century
To build 21st Century learning from the ground up, we look to see how companies like Google, Spotify, and GE build their innovative cultures. Their secret to innovation? Agile. Where focused teams unleash creativity, adapt through fast learning cycles, and iterate towards success. Agile Classrooms is a cross-pollination of Agile with modern learning and motivation research. With Agile Classrooms, 21st Century readiness is built in.
Agile Classrooms self-organizes its own learning, uses visual accountability structures, and are immersed in reflective feedback. It is a structured learning environment that restores the freedom to teach and learn. Where students reclaim responsibility for their own learning and teachers shift into facilitators and coaches. An Agile Classroom...
When students own their learning, they develop deeper knowledge and higher order thinking.
Students support one another throughout their learning. The teacher and student form an empowered learning alliance, developing trust and respect.
BROADENS THE FUTURE
Inspired by Agile, an approach the most innovative companies use today, students incorporate authentic 21st Century Life and Career Skills throughout their learning that employers and colleges will recognize. Agile Learners are future ready.
" Agile Classrooms is what all the books and classes tell us what classrooms should be like, but no one tells us how. This is the how."
-Debbie, 3rd Grade Teacher
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Learning & expectations are visible, radiating clarity & transparency
Learners are guided through an iterative self-directed learning cycle.
Scaffolding empowerment, learning how to choose and choosing how to learn.
Learners grow in their capacity to learn as a team, deepening learning & enriching relationships.
" Agile is our answer to the Common Core. There is nothing else like it."
" This builds the bridge our kids need to cross the chasm between school and life. It is the future of education"