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Bonnie Lathram

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Bonnie Lathram is a student advocate and former teacher. Follow her on Twitter: @belathram

What’s New in Leadership? Lifelong Learning + Project Management

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As we have been writing throughout our project-based world series, the nature of work is changing and so in turn are the necessary skills for success. So what do we need to ensure we grow the type of leaders we'll need in the future?

For School Improvement, Network Globally

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By: Bonnie Lathram and David Potter. Innovations and advancements in networks and platforms are improving schools. In this post, we look at why school districts everywhere should be looking to engage globally.

Getting Smart Podcast | Shared Leadership for Deeper Learning

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In this podcast, Unite LA president David Rattray chats with Tom about workforce readiness, the need for continued lifelong learning and how schools must adapt to prepare young people for a new economy and a changing world.
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The New Equation for Global Competencies = PBL + SEL

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We surveyed global education leaders from a variety of schools and districts around how to cultivate global competencies. Here are our favorite responses, as well as more on how to join this Smart Planet conversation.

Performance Assessment in Different Learning Environments

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High-quality assessments can improve learning outcomes if they're well suited to their learning environment. In this post, we look at strategies for assessing learning in PBL, Place-Based Education, and language learning settings.

Getting Smart Podcast | Two EdLeaders on Global, High-Quality PBL

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In this episode of the podcast, Rody Boonchouy and Brandon Wiley from the Buck Institute for Education discuss the importance of global, high-quality PBL in the future of education.
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Why Global Should Be the Education Movement of 2017

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By: Bonnie Lathram and Dave Potter. As we close the year out, we are pondering where we are headed in the field of education in 2017. We challenge you to become a globally connected educator and join us in creating a Smart Planet in the new year.

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