Welcome to the future of Middle School
What We Offer
The Tarrant Institute provides a variety of services to help schools make the transition to engaging, technology-rich teaching and learning.
In exchange for their substantial commitment to a new vision for teaching and learning, we offer our partner schools intensive professional development, leadership preparation and planning, and small grants for innovative technologies -- all free of charge.
To the broader community, we conduct extensive research, evaluation,
dissemination and outreach.
Working with and learning from the educators in Washington West Supervisory Union, where students are working on goals as part of their Personalized Learning Plans (PLPs), I’ve extrapolated a few simple guidelines about the goal-setting process.
In those cases I saw the potential of goals to cultivate so many important things in my students: self-direction, a sense of efficacy, and a connection to schooling, to name a few.
Geography of Self(ies)
- The new reality of ubiquitous learning
to save, edit and share videos with students
- Timeline tools transform project-based learning
real about student reflection
- 3 tech-rich ways to explore identity with students
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