“Four-Dimensional Education: Knowledge, Skills, Character, Meta-Learning” at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (room TBA).
May 3, 2017
Research Schools International (RSI) partners researchers with schools around the world to inspire research-based innovation in education.
June 25, 2017
There is no greater challenge or opportunity facing schools today than attracting and retaining the next generation of high-quality teachers and school leaders. But what if teachers and school leaders knew more about how the student and adult brain learns, changes, and thrives?
July 23, 2017
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The Problem Solving Initiative has been the best professional development I've had so far. We focused on how we could engage students more in class. We started thinking individually then shared ideas in small groups. Rarely do you get a chance to speak about this type of topic in a diplomatic way - it was awesome to hear others' ideas and I learnt a lot. Since then, other teachers and I have continued to think about what was discussed that day and we're looking to make some big changes both inside and outside of the classroom.
— Henry Gold. Economics Teacher, College du Leman.
Michelle Blanchet gave us a very interactive workshop on business models in education. She is without doubt a great expert in the education market. Thanks to her experience she could draw upon lots of practical examples and case studies that would enable the group to better identify market gaps and approach teachers and institutions.
— Andrina Beuggert, Co-Founder of JustInnovate
“Michelle has a profound understanding of what teachers and schools need to ‘be the change’ with the time and resources available. She challenges the norm and brings fresh insights and perspectives that invite, challenge and inspire educators’ to innovate with what they have and shows them how to make it real. Every conversation with Michelle will motivate you forward.”
— Elaine France, CE, Women Who Move Mountains