The bottom line


Elizabeth Goodhue

Schools are ecosystems

“’Because schools aren’t broken, and we are not here to fix them, I don’t think we need to break them down and rebuild them,” she said. “Schools and districts are ecosystems, and ecosystems don’t break. But we do need to take care of them. In the end, all the pieces are in place for education to work well. But these pieces need to be assembled in a different way if we want it to work better.’” These are the words of Michelle Cody, an inspiring elementary teacher who gave a keynote speech at the 2016 ISTE conference. The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). ISTE’s mission supports teachers like Michelle to “continually improve learning and teaching around the world.” Continue reading “The bottom line”