How did a traditional classroom go from traditional seating used in untraditional but unattractive ways to a flexible, adaptable, agile set up that gives students a seat at the table when it comes to setup and usage?
Today, during a half-day of professional development, we high school teachers sat through a Zoom presentation with author and educational consultant Jenna Ruffo as she introduced and discussed the salient points of Universal Design for Learning. Ms. Ruffo has spoken to us before, on our opening day, and so we had already been primed toContinue reading “Do Good Things Newsletter: Design for Inclusion”
Two NOVA Lab Entrepreneurs design and prototype a device for the common good.
From Garbage to Good Things: NOVA Lab Students do it again!
Vol 1. No 4 of the Do Good Things Newsletter takes a look at the Good Work of Project Wayfinder and Purpose-Based Learning.