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5th Annual Report Highlights School and District Transformation

SAN CARLOS, CALIF. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 01, 2018 Based on 8 years of work with 750 schools in 140 districts, Education Elements – a K-12 consulting partner specializing in personalized learning and organizational design – released their annual report sharing the academic achievements and professional growth of their school district partners.

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Ed Elements in the News  |  Mentions

Education’s Latest Secret Trend: Networking

How good are schools at learning? Can they get better? As a culture, we worry a lot about student learning. But students don’t learn in a vacuum: Most are part of organizations (namely schools) that involve adults who also are engaged in learning, both individually and collectively. So what could help them learn?

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The Core Four of Personalized Learning

The Core Four of Personalized Learning

This white paper includes a framework, actionable ideas and insights from districts who have successfully implemented personalized learning, to help you get started.

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Ed Elements in the News  |  Press Release

Education Elements and Kiddom Announce Partnership to Support Personalized Learning in K-12 Districts

SAN CARLOS, CALIF. (PRWEB) JULY 31, 2018 National K-12 consulting firm, Education Elements, and K-12 Operating System, Kiddom, launch a pilot with integrated offerings to provide comprehensive support to schools and districts.

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Ed Elements in the News  |  Mentions

The Day in a Life Student in a Personalized, Competency-Based School

Mike Wolking, currently completing an Axford Fellowship while on leave from Education Elements, sent me a summary of a short investigation he completed in how a student spends their day. He followed a student in a New Zealand secondary school for a day and tracked her activities. As I read through the summary, I thought it might be a helpful way to begin to think about the quality of personalized, competency-based education. This type of data could be useful for reflection and opening up conversations about where there might be opportunities for strengthening instruction, assessment, and learning experiences as well as identifying where operational policies or organizational habits are getting in the way. One would have to also consider the question: How do we think a student should spend their time in order to optimize learning and development?

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Ed Elements in the News  |  Press Release

Education Elements Achieves the Education Partner Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Specialization Program

SAN CARLOS, CALIF. (PRWEB) JULY 23, 2018 Google Cloud recognizes Education Elements’ technical proficiency and proven success in helping schools and districts through systemic change across the areas of vision, learning approach, technology, funding, community and culture

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District LEaders  |  EE in the news  |  Ed Elements in the News  |  Leadership

How to rethink district roles to support blended and personalized learning

At Education Elements, we’re really lucky to support the design and implementation of blended and personalized learning across more than 700 schools and districts around the country. In this work, we’re often asked, “How do we set up teams to build our internal capacity and support the implementation, scale, and deepening of blended and personalized learning?”

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