If you ask any adult about their most dominant memories of school, one of the most common stories you’ll undoubtedly hear will be about a discipline situation. Whether or not
Author: Michael Niehoff
In the ever-changing worlds of education, business, politics and culture, a few themes resonate about what makes things work, what motivates us toward solutions and ultimately how we become successful.
In the professional world, there is often a common means of establishing someone’s presence in any particular field: Google it. That’s right. If you Google someone’s name, you can quickly
iLEAD Schools are always proud that the “i” in iLEAD represents “International,” highlighting the commitment to developing global citizens. Well, that same commitment, complete with the requisite compassion and community,
Empower Generations Incorporates Competency-Based Approaches for Greater Skill Mastery and Personalization
Since formal education has existed, we have often wrestled with what the goals or outcomes are supposed to be and how we know if our learners have successfully reached them.
By Michael Niehoff Education Content Coordinator, iLEAD Schools As project-based learning practitioners, some facilitators may still be in recovery from the years focused on the importance of explicit direct instruction