It may seem counterintuitive, but Kubik Perspectives is moving from it’s prior status as an independent consulting business, to a forum for my perspectives on education, policy, and politics. Why the change?
I’ve had a good run on my own these last seven years, but life is better with partners, and in Jill Ackers Clayton (@ibpbljill) and Dayna Laur (@daylynn) I have two of the best thought partners you could ever ask for in our work at Project ARC.
Since launching Project ARC in 2014, we’ve grown from the idea that authenticity, relevancy, and complexity are the “potential difference” in high quality learning experiences, to a thriving business that serves clients in more than a dozen states, and several countries around the world. It’s time to focus on our partnership, with one another and with our Project ARC Partners like Thompson School District, St. Vrain Valley School District, Austin ISD, Downingtown Area School District, the New York City Department of Education, Albuquerque Public Schools, and international partners like Jeddah Private School in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia!
Kubik Perspectives the blog will endeavor to offer more of my thoughts on education, policy, and politics in 2018, but if you want the best I have to offer, you’ll have to “Get Kubik” through Project ARC, and or my new book, Unprepared for What We Learned, which will be coming from Peter Lang Publishers in February.
I hope you’ll join the conversation about the book here on my blog and on Twitter at #unpreparedyetlearning, and join the work we’re doing by contacting Project ARC at firstname.lastname@example.org or following us on Twitter @Proj_ARC.
Here’s to an exciting and edupreneurial 2018!