What’s next for Ed2S?

Well, we haven’t written in quite some time — we’ve been busy! We are thrilled to announce the forthcoming publication of our first two books: Tools for Teaching Conceptual Understanding. The secondary edition will be out in January and the elementary edition out in August by Corwin Press. These books extend the great work of Dr. Erickson and Dr. Lanning, aiming to provide additional tools for teachers to use when designing lessons and ongoing assessments.

We would love for you to join us as we gain traction on our vision of transforming education. These first two books position concept-based curriculum and instruction as an integral part of a 21st Century education. Our next two books will push the boundaries even further and we are looking for teachers to try out and refine our tools, be featured in the books — and even come to train with us as schools seek support in innovative practices!

The best way to join us is to become a Fellow this summer.

Fellows gain:

  • Tools for transforming learning to meet the demands of the 21st Century
  • Publicity on our website and books (and potential future work as a trainer)
  • A reputation as an innovator in education
  • An amazing, supportive community that will inspire and expand your thinking

You can always email us with questions, suggestions or ideas: julie@edtosavetheworld.com

Have a great week!

 

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  1. Hope to hear from you soon … we need more voices out there given the climate crisis!

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