Community educator asset map

Community educator asset map

An asset map is a visual way to identify resources within your community. A map focused on identifying community educators can help your team compile your collective knowledge into a useful resource of community educator lists, by topic or essential question. The act...
Quarterly team reflection protocol

Quarterly team reflection protocol

This resource, created in collaboration with MLFTC’s Principled Innovation Team, proposes a quarterly, one-hour protocol intended to help teams reflect together and build the “muscles” of empathy, awareness and resiliency. The protocol guides the team through sharing...
Quarterly team reflection protocol

Co-creating school design principles

Design principles are four to seven ideas that align with the school’s mission and vision and act as a guiding light for the school-level team implementing change. When schools build design principles as a larger community — engaging faculty, staff, families, students...
Levels of Student Autonomy

Levels of Student Autonomy

Levels of Student Autonomy is a simple system that supports student independence and personalized learning. The resource below explains how you might implement this system in your learning space.
Quarterly team reflection protocol

Building schedules for remote community educators in 5 steps

We define community educators as talented adults from the broader community who bring additional capacity, insight and expertise to classrooms. They include working professionals, retirees, veterans, former educators, family members and others with valuable skills who...
Team routines and procedures

Team routines and procedures

As we begin to adopt Next Education Workforce models, we inevitably find that some of the routines and procedures that worked in a one-teacher, one-classroom setting need to be adjusted. In this resource, you’ll find a list of some of the routines and procedures...