A highlight of one of the state's "Work Study Practices" competency-based learning efforts included a research project micro-pilot with the MyWays Student Success Series.
NGLC MyWays was featured in the March/April 2018 issue of EDUCAUSE Review, the flagship publication for the higher education IT community. (EDUCAUSE is the "parent organization" for Next Generation Learning Challenges.) The article examines the five competencies of Creative Know How for the magazine's primarily higher ed audience.
Jennifer Ferrari of Distinctive Schools writes in Education Week about this charter school network's use of MyWays as a sword and shield when high-stakes tests and other accountability efforts start pulling educators away from what they know to be good, deep learning for students.
Tom Vander Ark of Getting Smart talks with Andy Calkins in this podcast about MyWays.
Tom Vander Ark of Getting Smart recommends the MyWays Student Success Framework to educators who want to improve readiness for the future of work. This is in a post offering lessons from Getting Smart's 2-year study of AI and the future of work.
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.
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.