April 24, 2020 | Summit School 
 How to Coach Collective Problem Solving

 Work is changing. A Brookings Institution report estimates that over 60% of current U.S. jobs will face high- or mid-level exposure to automation by 2030. Our call to action is clear. We need to prepare our students for the work that computers can’t do: leverage diverse teams to solve novel and complex problems. This is the human job description of the future. 
But coaching students to be better collective problem solvers is hard. It requires a different approach, one that emphasizes messy experiences over structured assignments and collective process over individual achievement. 
After hundreds of hours working directly with small teams of students, District C has developed a coaching philosophy that empowers students to own their learning experience while developing the mindsets and tools of collective problem solving.
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