The Common Ground Collaborative (CGC) is a global network of innovators, educators and partners who share common principles. Collectively, we are tackling the stubborn problems of disconnected curriculum, disconnected schools and disconnected conversations. We are creating smart, sustainable solutions that systematize learning and schools through connected conversations.


 

Connected Learning

A complete Learning Ecosystem that defines, designs, delivers and demonstrates learning in connected, coherent ways.

 

Connected Conversations

A continuous conversation among our members about all aspects of learning, leading, teaching and schooling.

 

Connected Schools

The Total School Blueprint, a complete toolkit that applies a common set of principles to every element in a school, and then produces all the tools and advice you need to move from silos to systems.

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Learning: What's the Story?

We define, design, deliver and demonstrate learning in the context of conceptual understanding, competency learning and character development.

 


 

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 28 September 2016

Delhi, India

Leading Learning:
Through the Learners' Lens Workshop

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Posted 27/05/2016 09:25
Growing up a working class youngster in the agricultural East of England, the height of my annual ambition was to secure a Summer job at one of the local frozen food factories. There I would spend 12 hours a day working on the 'pea lines'. Riveting work, as you can imagine, but a great way to earn enough pocket money for the coming academic year. - Read the Blog by Kevin Bartlett.
Posted 23/05/2016 12:08
We've all heard the expression, whenever we sense our community may not be quite with us on a particular educational direction. I must admit my reaction was always, "Really?" Take a look at a typical international/independent school parent community. Smart, successful, articulate. One thing they don't seem to lack is, well, an education. - Read the Blog by Kevin Bartlett.
Posted 16/03/2016 09:45
Following the recent Leadership Conference of the Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA), where we focused on the power of principles in shaping school cultures, I'm more convinced than ever of the transformative nature of this simple realisation. Read the blog post by Kevin Bartlett.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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