Ed2S Fellows, News and Trends, Stage 2: Joyful and Efficient, Testing and Assessments

Should we teach students to embrace failure?

Today's post was written by a 2015 Ed2Save Fellow, Jessie Mouw. Her Fellow's Project is to promote and redefine the importance of failure as a natural and important part of the learning process. Her words follow:  The Case for Failure-Friendly Schools      Failure has become the subject of much consideration in roughly the last decade, as… Continue reading Should we teach students to embrace failure?

News and Trends, Stage 3: Critical Thinking

Trending: Failing Forward

What’s the best mistake you ever made? Often we remind ourselves (and our students) that we can succeed despite failure, but how often do we think about failure as a key step on the path to achievement? That’s the idea behind failing forward.   As we shift towards an economy founded on innovative thinking and… Continue reading Trending: Failing Forward