Date of Award
Dissertation - Brandman access only
Doctor of Education (EdD)
Dr. Jeffrey Lee
Dr. Alan Enomoto
Dr. Tamerin Capellino
Transforming to 21st Century Learning Environments: Best Practices Revealed through a Study of Exemplar Schools
by Kelly Wilbert
As the world’s economy shifted from the Industrial age to the Knowledge age, the prerequisites of current and future careers also transformed. Trends revealed that students in school now are preparing for jobs that do not currently exist. Investigating strategies to meet the challenge of transforming instructional practices was a focus of this research. The purpose of this phenomenological qualitative study was to identify and describe best practices used at elementary schools in California recognized as exemplary by the Partnership for 21st Century Learning. To support the essential research question, what are the best practices used in identified exemplary schools, data were collected from two identified exemplar elementary schools in the state of California through interviews, observations, and artifacts.
Wilbert, Kelly S., "Transforming to 21st Century Learning Environments: Best Practices Revealed through a Study of Exemplar Schools" (2016). Dissertations. 2.