Keeping Students With Learning Disabilities Motivated at Home

This post was first published on Edutopia and is reprinted with the author’s permission. The things that used to be routine in schools—morning announcements, bells ringing, classroom interactions, hallway gatherings, lunch chats, and peer bonding—are temporarily gone with the wind. As virtual learning continues with no end in sight here Read More …

Co-Creation Readiness: Tapping Different Perspective to Deepen Understanding and Inform Decisions

  by Giselle O. Martin-Kniep and Bena Kallick   “What we see depends mainly on what we look for.” ― John Lubbock “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are” – Anais Nin   What might we learn from tapping the experiences and perspectives of Read More …

Creating, Imagining and Innovating

  by Arthur L. Costa and Bena Kallick Creativity is a survival skill! The brain is always looking for something that it didn’t know before, that’s not being taught to it, and to find a way to figure something out: that’s creative. Creative thinking has always been essential for human Read More …

Leading Personalizing Learning: ASCD CEL 2016 Reflection

  By Allison Zmuda Bena Kallick and I presented to a few hundred educators on leading personalized learning with Habits of Mind (HOM). As we canvased the room to find out who was there, I was thrilled to see a group of educators from Newtown, Conn. where I started my Read More …

Cultivating the Habits of Mind Online for the Adult Learner: An Andragogical Perspective

  By Jennifer Levin-Goldberg Ed.D   Abstract Adult online learners represent a burgeoning population in institutions of higher learning and according to predictive indicators, will continue to outpace enrollment of younger students. Due to these current and portending trends, it is essential that postsecondary institutions accommodate and cultivate the needs Read More …