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Learning Theories and Design Frameworks

Learn about key learning and motivation theories and design frameworks and how they apply to Quest Forward Learning's design and implementation.... Read More

School Leader Webinar Series: The Quest to Transform

School leaders: Join fellow education professionals for a series of discussions and demos to help you adopt more engaging, student-centered practices.... Read More

Improving Learning with Data: Our Impact Dashboard

By assessing the process of learning and analyzing the data, we are better equipped to help students succeed and help schools make important decisions.... Read More

More In-Depth Work Means Better Learning Performance

One of the unique features of Quest Forward Learning is our approach to assessment of a student' learning performance. Rather than having a small number of high stakes exams drive everything, we instead have a large number of low... Read More

Why Being Curious Is Essential

Quest Forward Learning is intentionally designed to encourage and support students in being curious through activities such as the habits program and curriculum, quest-based curricula, projects and electives, the design of Quest... Read More

Our Extraordinary First Game

What can you do to become more curious? This was a central question we had in mind when developing content to support students in practicing Be Curious, one of the 6 Essential Habits focused on with Quest Forward Learning. Students... Read More

Adventures in Artifacts: Building to Learn

For most people, the term “artifacts” may conjure images from the Indiana Jones movies. But artifacts are part of everyday life for Quest Forward Learning students. They are the products students create while completing quests.... Read More

Gaming the System: Finding Ways to Make Learning Playful

Though playfulness in itself seems to have an organic quality, creating playful learning experiences does not come naturally. Our work strives to create playful learning experiences inside and outside of the classroom. ... Read More

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