Meet your fellow change-makers.
Get to know some of the leaders we work with around the globe and read brief stories of their successes with Schlechty Center frameworks and experiences.
Embracing the Schlechty Center's Coaching for Design work has led to a personal and professional journey with the design of engaging experiences for both students and adult learners at the heart.
In New Haven Public Schools, teacher leaders "lead up" and leverage School Design Teams to transform schools into engagement-focus learning organizations.
Empowered leaders continually develop themselves, those around them, and their organization. Early County, Georgia demonstrates how a change in culture can be realized by making changes in rules, roles, and relationships.
The need for a different kind of lesson-planning workshop spurred Rowan-Salisbury Schools to offer teachers a Design Camp.
Rather than purchasing a canned program, High School Principal Amy Fyffe utilized the Schlechty Center’s Working on the Work framework to increase test scores, elevate out of low performing state status, and transform the culture and structure of the high school with an eye toward innovation.
“Students do not learn from the performance of teachers; they learn from their own performance.”
Engaging Students: The Next Level of Working on the Work, Phillip C. Schlechty, p. 4
At McReynolds Middle School in Houston, Texas, teachers focus on those things they can control: building relationships and the quality of work they design for students
This entry is a brief introduction to Dodie Ballard at Modern English School in Cairo, Egypt.