To Keep Kids Tuned In, Trailblazer Elementary Takes Teachers Out Of The Driver Seat

March 19, 2018

By Jenny Brundin, Colorado Public Radio  |  March 15, 2018
Colorado Public Radio
Change is underway at a network of Colorado Springs schools looking to break away from the traditional model for teaching. Each of these Next Generation Learning schools redesigned themselves to create more relevant, authentic learning experiences.
It’s been a radical shift from the traditional mold that created teachers who were “so worried about a test score … that we created almost robots that were afraid to create or innovate,” said Scott Fuller, the Next Generation Learning coordinator for Colorado Springs School District 11.

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