Learning is innate to every child. But we’ve built systems built on linear, deficit-based models that push learners away from their own agency, strengths and well-being.
Powerful learning environments support the interests, passions, and needs of each learner, while cultivating the collaborative ownership of the learning community.
We have many examples of these powerful learning environments—where there is not set curriculum and instead learners define the projects and problems they want to tackle in the world.
These types of environments cultivate independent, richly skilled and compassionate self-directed learners—the foundation they will need to be leaders in the world they are inheriting. Reengineering education is about creating the infrastructure to bring those
learning environments to scale,
for learners everywhere.