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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

Want to change? Start with Tiny Habits.

A new behavior design model, Tiny Habits, can help anyone change behaviors and create new positive habits, including students.... Read More

The Skills High School Students Need

The skills students develop through Quest Forward Learning — learning skills, work skills, and essential habits — can benefit them for the rest of their lives.... Read More

How the Pathways Program Empowers Students to Succeed

Learn how the Pathways Program uniquely prepares high school students for their individual futures — with career exploration, future planning, financial literacy, and much more — plus years of support after graduation.... Read More

To Improve High School, Collaborate with Students

By collaborating with Quest Forward students, we learned more about what they need to set and achieve goals, how to improve their school experiences, and how best to empower their success.... Read More

3 Superpowers Every High School Student Needs

If your high school student is like most across the US this past spring, they might have been bored and frustrated. There are three “superpowers” every high school student needs to learn and grow in our complicated world.... 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

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