DIY: Campus Learning Environment

This "do-it-yourself" activity is one that we share with our e2L campuses, and helps leaders rethink the learning spaces of their campus in terms of what kinds of space are needed to best support authentic student engagement and collaborative problem-solving.

DIY: Classroom Learning Environment

This "do-it-yourself" activity helps teachers and leaders rethink the learning spaces of their classroom in terms of what kinds of spaces are needed to best support authentic student engagement and collaborative problem-solving.

DIY: Technology Plan for PBL/e2L

This "do-it-yourself" activity helps campus and district leaders think about what technology consideration and system need to be added or amended in order to best support the learning environment of PBL/e2L classrooms and campuses.

e2L Recommended Reading & Viewing List

This list contains some of our favorite thought leaders and can be utilized to begin conversations with community, conduct a book study or article study with staff or Board of Trustees, provide to parents to dig deeper into the literature so they are informed on the "why, what, and how" of educational change or just to study for yourself. Enjoy!

Education/Community Summit Presentation Template

This is the presentation template that can be used to facilitate education/community summits and/or forums. It provides a wonderful framework for soliciting feedback from your local community as to what they would like to see in their childrens' classrooms and campuses.

Engaging Education Video

This video provides a brief look back at the history of education in American in order to begin the dialogue about what we need to do to ensure our youth thrive in today's society.

Game Changers

Welcome to Game Changers! Click on the session name for access to resources from each session. September 2015 Google Session December 2015 Southwest Airlines Session February 2016 Whataburger Session This information is for Game Changer participants only. For more information about...

Provocative Prompts Protocol

This is an activity we use to facilitate in a leadership team or on a campus to think through the current social, economic, technological, environmental, and political landscape as we consider what we need to do in education to prepare students for the world in which we live. The protocol is intended to stimulate lively discussion and a better understanding of the challenges in our world as we create a learner profile or learner outcomes. The prompts can be interchanged with others from your favorite thought leaders.