Recently, I was asked what I’d written about schools and learning. Beginning my career with twelve years as an informal educator working in education and community settings, I have spent the last decade as an advocate and author for school reform. Two decades in, I think its best to summarize my writing with this summary of what I’ve written.
One of the most recent pieces I’ve written to summarize what the future of schools should like is on the SoundOut website and is called Fully Meaningful Schools. It is similar to a piece I wrote for the 2010 National Day of Blogging for Real Education Reform, a project of the American Association of School Administrators and ASCD entitled A New Vision for Students in School Reform.
These are just the articles I’ve written about schools and education. I have several booklets, guides, and a curriculum too. I have written almost everything located on SoundOut’s website, and its my privilege to continue to write for other outlets too. Recently I started deepening my work and exploring the role of personal engagement in learning, and self-driven approaches. You can find a bit of this in Getting Real About Engagement
on the Cooperative Catalyst website.
Let me know if you have any questions. I guess all this is to say, I LOVE WRITING and I LOVE SCHOOLS!