Into the Future

Online Learning Resources During COVID-19


How the World's International Schools Market is Evolving

By Rich Gaskell

The international schools market has never been so highly respected or publicly recognized. Even in locations that face economic or expatriate challenges, the majority of good international schools are today able to remain stable or continue to grow because of the demand for international education from local families or new types of expatriates.  

Continue Reading this featured article from the Spring 2019 InterEd (Page 36).


Taking the T3 Challenge

Sonny Magana - Magana Education

Sonny Magana designed this HEADTalk to challenge participants’ assumption regarding the role that technology plays in the process of teaching and learning and to invite participants to double student achievement by taking the T3 Challenge. The T3 Framework is designed to catalyze future-readiness by categorizing technology use into three distinct stages of Translational, Transformational and Transcendent. 


About Anthony: Anthony J. “Sonny” Magana III is an award-winning educator, best-selling author, and pioneering educational technology researcher. Sonny is a highly sought-after leadership consultant and instructional coach with more than thirty years’ experience transforming learning systems around the world.


Education Research Matters: Technology and Achievement

By Sonny Magana

The effects of Information & Communications Technology (ICT) remain too low and understanding the “why” it is so low is critical. Sonny Magana has advanced our understanding of the Visible Learning a major step forward. His T3 Framework aligns beautifully with the Visible Learning claims, inviting ICT to move beyond the translational (surface), to also incorporate the transformation (deep), and the transcendent (transfer). To thence use ICT in these powerful ways will require a revolution asking teachers to reduce their emphasis on the “Tell and Practice” model and inviting and teaching students to be more involved in planning, teaching each other, and evaluating their impact on the three levels of learning.

Continue Reading this featured article in the Spring 2019 InterEd (Page 28).