The Aldine Innovate Academies wanted to establish a culture of innovation. Throughout a three-year process, Aldine ISD partnered with engage2learn to design and facilitate the Innovate Academy concept. The goal of the Aldine Innovate Academy is to create a district-wide culture of innovation. Read MoreSee Results
"It's revolutionary. It changed my life
and it's the only reason I'm here today."
- Steven Elizaldi, Corpus Christi ISD Student and Merit Scholar
The Metropolitan Schools of Design in Corpus Christi ISD implemented the e2L Blended Learning Framework in a feeder pattern to transform chronically low-performing campuses through blended learning. Every K-12 learner used Chromebooks to research, design, create, and collaborate in an... Read MoreSee Results
Alamo Heights ISD partnered with engage2learn in 2015. AHISD was in search of an innovative solution that would allow them to provide rich educational experiences in the classroom and realize their profile of a learner. While the district has always focused on excellence, AHISD wanted to prioritize Future Ready Skills and ensure students experienced engaging learning opportunities in every grade. Read MoreSee Results
KISD partnered with e2L in the spring of 2014 to implement the Future Ready Framework that would shift campus cultures to a collaborative and design thinking learning environment. Based on e2L’s readiness assessment, a customized Future Ready Framework was developed for volunteer-only classrooms. Read MoreSee Results
El Paso ISD partnered with engage2learn in 2015 on an initiative to provide engaging learning experiences and grow Future Ready students. In an effort to bring all initiatives into one student-centered way of learning, engage2learn facilitated the team of El Paso leaders as they designed the EPISD Active Learning Framework. Through these learning experiences, students of all learning styles will have opportunities to think creatively and collaborate as they design solutions to real problems. Read MoreSee Results
"We have been coaching in Mesquite for several years, but the difference this year is that we have a systematic, district-wide approach to coaching in our elementary schools. Classroom teachers, coaches, principals, and district leaders are all talking the same talk and working towards walking the same walk. Our culture is changing. Everyone is working towards the same goal with tools in place to support growth. This is why we have so many bright spots. This is why things are taking off."
"Collaborating with our community to build a vision for the future of Harlingen CISD using the e2L process has provided the cohesiveness, ownership, and focus on learning that propelled the district through elections that funded our dreams and made those dreams reality."
"I believe that this resulting plan that has come out of this process is going to prepare our students for the careers of our future. I found the process to be innovative, very inclusive, research-based, and a powerful tool to help us transform our instructional environment to answer the needs of our students going into the future."