Over the past several weeks, Pivot Learning has presented at several innovative industry events to share insights, practices, and tools with the education community. We’d like to share those resources with you to support your learning and practice.
Linked Learning Convention 2019, Palm Springs, CA
Community-Centered School Redesign
Understand how Pivot’s community-centered design process helped several communities to begin, grow, and sustain deeper learning experiences for school improvement.
Using Design Thinking to Develop Community-Centered Linked Learning Pathways
Learn how Pivot’s change design approach supports designing and implementing effective Linked Learning models.
Growth Culture: A Transformative Approach for Achieving Your Goals
Uncover strengths, needs, and opportunities for equitable Linked Learning programs.
Deeper Learning 2019, San Diego, CA
Deeper Learning for Grown Ups!
Develop a growth culture at your organization in order to foster deeper learning for both adult leaders and students.
Partnering with Our Communities to Design Better Pathways
Align current organizational processes with community partnerships to design and implement successful college and career pathways.
Creating Deeper Learning Environments for Design Teams
Integrate design thinking, growth culture, and equity into your organization’s culture to develop deeper learning environments for both students and adults.
Small School Districts’ Association 2019 Annual Conference, Sacramento, CA
Better Together: Small School Network Towards Continuous Improvement
In partnership with the El Dorado County Office of Education, Pivot Learning’s Rural Professional Learning Network shared best practices for continuous improvement using change design. The Rural Professional Learning Network also facilitates cross-district and cross-county site visits to provide growth opportunities for classroom visits, student panels, and critical friends feedback.
Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education, San Francisco, CA
Leading the Change: Using Improvement Strategies to Implement Instructional Materials
In partnership with the California Department of Education and EdReports, the California Curriculum Collaborative supports districts in their work to adopt and implement high-quality instructional materials for continuous improvement and improved student achievement.
Interested in learning more about how we can support your organization? Contact us.