In HSD, teaching and learning are interdependent activities built on a foundation of inquiry. We ask teachers and learners to engage with each other to build adaptive capacity for all. In public school classrooms, higher ed, professional development programs, or life-long learning, HSD’s approach to creating generative engagements delivers breakthrough results.

HSD supports a Learning Ecology that supports you to:

  • Master and move beyond standardized tests and competencies to prepare others to adapt to complex change
  • Integrate goals, objectives, and impacts into every learning activity
  • Transform performance standards into engaging and informative learning experiences
  • Collaborate with parents, colleagues, board members, and others to co-design learning across your whole system
  • Establish professional learning communities that lead, learn, and grow together

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The Superintendent of Coast Union School District in California, USA, shares her HSD story.
Great teachers teach students, not content. Since Socrates, wise people have known that learning is not always information transmission.

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