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One of our network members, Building Assets, Reducing Risks (BARR) was featured in two recent publications as “a model to learn from”: Click here to read a new spotlight published by 100Kin10 (see page 62), and click here to check out an EdWeek blog.
Just before the start of the 2018-2019 school year, EL Education staff and BELE Network members Alison Lee and Meg Riordan published three blog posts on EdWeek. Check out their ideas surrounding equity, continuous improvement, and student agency at the links below: How Can Teachers Create Equitable Spaces for All Students? Equity and Voice: How a Sense of Belonging Promotes Students’ Agency Using Continuous Improvement to Disrupt Inequity and Promote Deeper Learning
One of our partners, Transcend, just released “Designing for Learning Primer & Cards,” which explore questions like “how does learning happen?”, and “how can we create environments that best support it?” Download free here #TranscendEdu @TranscendBuilds
The BARR program was featured in the Hechinger Report. Read the article here!
Adam Carter, Chief Academic Officer at Summit Public Schools, a BELE Network member, explains the science behind their work to create equitable learning environments. Read his post on Education Week.
The Washington Post applauds the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research – a BELE Network member – for providing educators with unparalleled data to help inform their work. Read this article on The Washington Post.
Our member, the Building Assets, Reducing Risks (BARR) Center, believes great teaching begins with understanding each student as a learner – and as a person. Watch to see how BARR is working at schools across the country.
Hello and welcome to the BELE Network’s blog! We’re so excited to use this space to share our progress and highlight the great work of members and learning partners. We will be updating this section regularly, so be sure to visit often!