Anytime, anywhere learning works for busy educators too. Don't despair if you missed the two webinars on MyWays this week because the recordings (and slides) are available for you to watch at your convenience.
Teton Science School's Nate McClennen is taken with the MyWays Field of Learning and Wider Learning Ecosystem, and suggests two additions to move these constructs forward
In this Education Week Learning Deeply blog post, NGLC's Kristen Vogt weighs in on what's new about Content Knowledge in the MyWays Student Success Framework.
NGLC's Andy Calkins discusses MyWays on this podcast with Tom Vander Ark of Getting Smart.
The reports providing the research and practice foundations and applications of the MyWays Student Success Framework are now available, along with resources to help you engage your community in this most important work.
You're a K-12 educator or community leader with a deep conviction that more is possible. Not just possible: urgently and vitally necessary. Enabling young people to develop 21st-century competencies requires a thorough reimagining of the goals, processes, and structures that define our public schools. NGLC’s MyWays Project is here to help.
This EdSurge news article introduces the MyWays Student Success Framework and its associated tools, as well as other resources from NGLC.
MyWays provides inspiration for Brooklyn Lab to recognize, utilize, and enhance student’s strengths and promote growth in student habits of success, creative know how, and wayfinding abilities.
Tom Vander Ark reviews several whole-student outcome frameworks, particularly those that attempt to describe and measure productive dispositions and habits. Top of the list is NGLC MyWays.
This introduction to MyWays is part of the EdSurge Research Guide on MyWays and student success.