Check out these resources gathered from the NEXTschool Journey to date:

NEXTschool Reports
NEXTschool Research and Development Report,  November 2017
NEXTschool Design Report,  July 2018

Design Thinking Resources
Stanford D-School 
IDEO 
People Powered Innovation Labs
D-Tech High School 
How Design Thinking Uses Story and Prototyping, Chad McAllister
What is Appreciative Inquiry?,  David Cooperrider & Associates
Creative Confidence , David Kelly and Tom Kelly, 2013
“The Yes And…” Principle, Bob Kulhan
Design thinking playbook for change management in K12 schools, Norman Tran
IDEO’s Design Kit Videos:  Empathy, Embrace Ambiguity, Make It, IterateStoryboard, Failure

Learning Organizations 
Dialogue, Peter Senge |  A Learning Organization,  Sprouts – videos for learners
Deep Learning, Michael Fullan
Schooling Redesigned, OECD  
 7 Principles of Learning, OECD
MIT Teaching Systems Labs  
Concordia Centre for Teaching and Learning

Teaching and Learning 
What is Mindset?,  Carol Dweck 
On courage, vulnerability, empathy and feedback,  Brené Brown
Learning through Reflection, Costa & Kallick
Building a Feedback-rich Culture, Ed Batista
Critical Friends, Deborah Bambino
Student Voice, Adam Fletcher

Resources from the 2018 Summer Institute

From Luke Sumich:
 “Express, explore, experiment, evaluate”
 “Slow steps, change “buts” to “ands”, convince by doing and showing, own our narratives”

Ormiston Junior College, Auckland, New Zealand
From Values and Beliefs about Learning to Principles and Practice, Julia. Aitken, 1996

From Justin Reich:
“What is the minimal, viable prototype?”
” Ready, fire, aim”
“Change is always situated in a larger community which has ideas of its own”
“Most teachers are patient pragmatists”
“Innovation in education is when a small group of people get together to make things better for kids’
“Design is always a matter of reconciling tension”

EdTechTeacher, Justin Reich, Founder 
Dancing with Robots: human skills for computerized work, Levy, F., Murname, R. 2013 
Launching Innovation in Schools – no-fee, open online course, MIT

From Alan November: 
“Scenario building is the way to get buy in for change”
“Focus on sharing of real stories”
“Questions are the lifeblood of learning”
“Change from ‘solve’ to ‘involve'” 
“Teach about ambiguity and chaos”
“What relationship does a classroom have with the world?”

November Learning
The Future of Work,  2018
Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us, Daniel Pink, 2009
The Art of the Long View,  Peter Schwartz, 1996 
How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience and School, John D. Bransford, 2015
Stanford researchers find students have trouble judging the credibility of information online, B. Donald, 2016
Who owns the learning?  Alan November, 2013
Empowering students with technology (2nd ed.), Alan November, 2010 
Web literacy for educators, Alan November, 2008
The Data Wise Project, Harvard Graduate School of Education, MA 
The Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and Ruler Social Emotional Learning Program for Schools, Marc Brackett, Director, CT
Red Thread Think Tank, technology and culture, Riwa and Rahaf Harfoush, Paris, France
The Right Question Institute: A catalyst for micro-democracy, Cambridge, MA 
Tools of the Mind, Boston, MA
Don’t Lecture Me,  Eric Mazur, Harvard University 
Prism, tool for crowdsourcing interpretation, University of Virginia
Wolfram Alpha, unique engine for computing answers and providing knowledge