“Our job as teachers and parents is not to prepare students for something; our job is to help students prepare themselves for anything.”

Hi, I’m A.J. Juliani. I’m a learning addict in the best possible way. I study people, schools, companies, and organizations from around the world to analyze how we can learn in deeper and more powerful ways. I believe we need to be intentional about innovation in order to create a better future of learning.

My latest book, Learning By Choice, flips the popular belief that we must choose content for our kids in order for them to master a skill. Instead, the research and real-life practice in thousands of classrooms reveal that when you give students CHOICE in their learning path they are more engaged and active learners. Check out the best-selling book on Amazon →

Inquiry and Innovation in the Classroom

Inquiry and Innovation in the Classroom

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In January of 2012 I launched the “20% Project (like Google)” in my class. This project would change my teaching forever and lead me to advocate for inquiry-based education — where students are able to learn what they are curious about in school.

This book brings together my own classroom experience, research in the field, and stories from a variety teachers, leaders, and learners using 20% Time and Genius Hour. If we want our students to change the world, we must change our classrooms to foster inquiry and innovation.

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I take the best of what I learn and then share it with you twice a week in a wide variety of articles. Here’s some of the top articles from my blog over the past few years:

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