The Center for AIW Blog, Feature, and Updates
Ramsey County Attorney Choi charges officer Yanez with 2nd manslaughter for Castile death. Choi describes the how he and his team constructed their knowledge and engaged in disciplined inquiry to reach a fair conclusion based on the facts.Read More
When the stakes are high and the problem is personal, like finding the best doctor or buying a car, we work extra hard to fact check, read blogs, and listen to other points of view. In other words, we eschew confirmation bias and depend on different perspectives to reach new conclusions.Read More
Welcome Back! As AIW educators settle into a new year of rigorous academic learning, several schools are taking learning one step further by launching collective initiatives for staff and students to grow socially and personally, as well as academically. I was struck by one urban school principal’s commitment in her welcome back to school letter: “Central … Continue readingRead More
For friends and family of school-age kids, summer is a time of transitions. It’s a chance to wish new graduates well as they embark on life’s…Read More
Her topic, student teaching, might sound rather ordinary, but Jehanne’s approach turned it into extraordinary.Read More
Exploring examples of Authentic Intellectual Work in a variety of contexts.
Sharing projects, people, and places doing transformational work with AIW.
Sharing new Center for AIW developments and related news.
- Ramsey County Attorney Choi’s Intellectual Work is AuthenticNov 16th, 2016
- Challenging Our Own Assumptions When We Prefer Like-Minded CompanyNov 12th, 2016
- Collective Authentic LearningSep 13th, 2016
- June’s Feature: The Center for AIW’s New WebsiteJun 13th, 2016
- AIW Changes the Quality of Learning—Even at the PhD LevelMay 17th, 2016