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Curriculum in Tanzania

The world is experiencing a high demand for innovation, which is driving new ideas, new processes, new leaders, new inventions, new literature, and much more. In order to keep up with these developments, one needs to first examine the... Read More

Quest Forward Learning Introduces Courses

The "course" feature in the Quest! app enables learners to focus their discovery and learning in a more structured manner, while preserving their ability to access quests based on their interests, and to work at their own pace.... Read More

Research Brief: Personalized Learning

The Quest Forward Research and Evaluation Team conducts research that informs every aspect of Quest Forward Learning - training, curriculum and quest design, implementation, mentoring, and product design. Going forward, we will share... Read More

The Role of Practice in a Post-Memorization World

Practice is an essential part of learning, so how can we provide learners with the right kinds of practice, no matter what the subject is? Here are some recommendations for authentic and engaging practice.... Read More

A Tale of Two Academies

Introducing NGL Academy! NGL schools in Santa Rosa, California and Omaha, Nebraska prepare to open their doors in the fall of 2017.... Read More

Mtakuja Secondary School: The First All Quest Forward Learning Classroom

Mtakuja’s Form I is the first class in the world to fully adopt the NGL framework as their main source of curriculum.... Read More

What Did You Make at School?

One of the NGL design principles focuses on the importance for students to make and create. The term creating can refer to a broad range of activities, including note-taking, mind-mapping, and essay-writing, but it can also extend to... Read More

Five Tips for Teaching a Teacher

In 2014, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation surveyed over 1,600 teachers about their experience with professional development (PD). Overall, 71% of teachers were unsatisfied with their PD and less than 18% felt they had any say in... Read More