We are proud to share our work and learning through our Open Resources.
This practice embodies our core value of transparency and supports a community of educators in their search for transformative resources and design inspiration.
A few years ago, we created a space on our website to share our Learning What Matters competency sets and several guides and templates for teachers and students. We hoped that these initial guides might help others on their own school redesign journey. This past year, we focused on adding to our open resources and sharing more and more of our work and learning. From student and teacher competencies to professional development modules, activity templates to sample data dashboards, educators can access our resources to support and inform their process.
We have been pleasantly surprised that people from around the world have found our resources and have downloaded them. It’s not uncommon to receive a message from an educator in India or a school leader in South Korea asking to learn more about our learning model. The impact of our resources on the field of CBE, specifically that of our student competencies, is more far reaching than we anticipated and very exciting!
With this new awareness of our impact, we have increased our focus on our open resources.
Additionally, we know that now more than ever educators and schools are searching for resources to help with their transition to distance learning. Over the past few weeks, we have reorganized our open resources page and we have posted dozens of new resources – here are a few of our recent additions.
We invite you to keep checking back, as we will continue to add new resources as they are created. If you have ideas or feedback, our Open Resources Survey allows users to tell us what is most impactful and what needs improvement – please weigh in! We look forward to hearing from schools near and far.