The 1-size-fits-all method

But students are all different


The Lead out method

The DIFFERENCE is what the method WANTS and GETS

OUR OPPONENT wants and gets:

some ahead and bored, other in the middle, and falling behind and getting discouraged,

in spite of what educators want, to bring out the best from each. Why?

Because their jobs implement the 1-size-fits-all method.

OUR CANDIDATE wants and gets what we want!

To lead out student ability to lead themselves and the ability to plan learning just right for each. Why?

Because it works with the independence growing inside – something students crave – and – student's own natural drive to create and learn.

Support for the Lead out method

Anne Griswold: VP Content Leadership Hermann International
Master Facilitator, Strategic Learning Design and Development, Executive Coach

I have been a leader in Organizational Design and Leadership for my entire career and while there are many things that I have learned, one of the most important is "every system is perfectly designed to get the results it gets". Schools are a system and are no different than the many organizations I have worked in. And the results we are currently getting in schools are shameful. It is time to look at the root cause of the problem in schools and fix the right problem. It's not the children, teachers, curriculum, the demographics or even the technology or tools. The problem is, as Robert Caveney calls out, we are using the wrong method! We are using a 1900's production method to push children through to the next grade ready or not! The problem is we are confusing learning and true education. We do not teach autonomy or get students engaged in learning through their interests where they can excel. It is time to activate a NEW WAY to approach true EDUCATION with the I-o method so our children can achieve the results we want, I dare say need, in our schools and ultimately to broaden leadership in society.

Join us by supporting the Lead out method!

Meet the Lead out method

The Lead out method makes the 'school system' want what we want: students ready for increasing freedom and learning the curriculum too.

It works by enabling 'the many' to bring out the best from 'each one' person: educators, principals, school- and district staff, and of course, students.

The main thing however, is that it solves a structural 'one and many' problem. Now, even though there is only one adult in the classroom and students are all different, by developing student's own ability to use more freedom, students can use increasing freedom to plan the learning just right for each.

What's IN the NEWS – and NOT



School uniforms Curriculum Teacher unions Parents Poverty Funding Taxes Violence High school dropouts High teacher attrition

NOT in the NEWS

The CAUSE of the CRISIS:

the 1-size-fits-all method

Because students are different, naturally some are ahead and bored, others behind and discouraged. That gets worse. It is cause & effect.

Teachers find it painful to teach students who have already learned the lessson – OR – are unready for the lesson.

NEW in the NEWS

Another CHOICE:

the Lead out method