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The founders and Fellows of the Modern Classrooms Project are educational thought leaders who actively advocate for others to adopt their blended, self-paced, mastery-based practices.  Their work has been featured in the publications and programs listed below.

 

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"Cool Schools: Getting Students Excited about Math."  Local CBS affiliate WUSA-9 profiles Executive Director Kareem Farah and the work he has done to transform his students' learning experiences.


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“Getting Rid of the Lecture Bottleneck.” Modern Classrooms Project co-founder Kareem describes how replacing lectures with teacher-created videos leads to data-driven, student-centered classrooms in which students develop mastery as well as essential skills.


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“Making Math Meaningful: A Just-in-Time, Problem-Based Approach.” Modern Classrooms Project co-founder Robert Barnett explans how meaningful math assignments lead students to authentic mastery of content and skills.


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“How Tech in the Classroom Can Enhance Human Interaction.” Some people think that technology in the classroom replaces interpersonal interactions between students and teachers. Robert Barnett explains how technology actually improves them.

"A New Paradigm for PD: The Modern Classrooms Project."  The Modern Classrooms Project co-founders Kareem Farah and Robert Barnett explain how a blended, self-paced, mastery-based approach to learning can revolutionize teacher professional development.

"How Self-Pacing Improves Students' Academic Achievement and Self-Confidence."  Kareem Farah shows why self-paced structures are essential to Modern Classrooms.

"Self-Pacing: The Key to Differentiating Effectively for All Learners."  Kareem Farah and Robert Barnett explain why self-paced classrooms can effectively serve students at all levels of ability.

"Building a Culture of Revision, Reassessment and Reflection in Pursuit of Mastery."   Kareem Farah explains why these "3 R's" are so essential to authentic student learning and understanding.

"Achieving Authentic Learning Through a Major Classroom Culture Shift."  Executive Director Kareem Farah describes how blended, self-paced, mastery-based learning work in his class.


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“Ask Sarah Live! with Kareem Farah.” Executive Director Kareem Farah discusses the importance of student data collection with former National Teacher of the Year Sarah Brown Wessling.

“Building Modern Classrooms that Meet the Needs of All Learners.” Kareem Farah discusses his experiences transforming his traditional classroom to a Modern Classroom.