By Intrinsic

EdSurge’s Alex Hernandez on Innovation at Intrinsic


Alex Hernandez: “The school learned a lot in its first year, like the fact that futuristic rolling chairs can be used as bumper cars during independent learning time if work is not engaging. Utopian visions of perfectly self-motivated, independent learners were temporarily shelved. But Intrinsic overcame these early disappointments to become, in its second year, one of the more interesting high school redesign efforts in the country.

Let’s look at the latest iteration of their personalized learning model and the tactics they use to break the laws of school model innovation…”

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