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A Shared Learning Agenda


We build actionable knowledge to accelerate school innovation

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A Shared Learning Agenda


We build actionable knowledge to accelerate school innovation

How we make knowledge relevant for school design

We collaborate with practitioners, communities, and experts to surface the best and most current insights from research and practice. We use these insights to create actionable knowledge that helps school designers accelerate innovation in their own contexts. As our school partners apply these insights and try their own approaches, we harvest the learning and add this to our growing knowledge base. We bring three lenses to our process—empirical evidence, equity, and exception as the norm—to ensure that our knowledge base is rigorous and scalable.

 

Insights


Explore our Resources

Insights


Explore our Resources

We’ve identified areas where actionable knowledge can best support the school design journey:

  1. Learning and development.

  2. Transformative school models and design decisions.

  3. Innovation and change management practices.

We invite you to download the resources below, share them, and send your feedback to cynthia@transcendeducation.org. Our collection of resources will continue to grow as we explore and learn, so check back for updates often, or sign up for our newsletter here

 

Learning and Development

 

Transformative School Models and Design Decisions

 

Innovation and Change Management Practices

The Playlists


Find Inspiration

The Playlists


Find Inspiration

Igniting the thinking that can help build beyond the limits of school design

Our playlists below link to sources of insight and provocation for many aspects of the innovation process. We don’t always agree with every single piece that’s here, but we find these to be helpful perspectives to consider.  See what you think! And let us know if you would suggest any additions.

1. What does the future demand of schools and our students?

2. What does the science of learning and development tell us about what students need to be successful learners?

3. How do change and innovation really take root?

4. What is equitable schooling and how might we realize it?

5. How might individual leaders and teams provoke change and innovation?

6. Who is reimagining schooling and how?