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The Getting Smart Team Gives Thanks

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This Thanksgiving, we would like to take a momentary break from our regularly scheduled programming to express our gratitude.

How Competency-Based Education Can Lead to A More Equitable Classroom

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There are no shortcuts to creating an equitable environment, but there are steps we can take to get there, and applying personalized, competency-based education tenants with an equity lens is one of them.

21 Global Education Resources to Continue Expanding Your Students’ Horizons

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At a time when global issues seem closer to home than ever before, we’ve been grateful for the opportunity to spend a week looking at how we can help our students develop cultural competencies. Here are 21 resources to fuel continued thought and effort.

Getting Smart Podcast | How Personalized Learning is Transforming Adult Education

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In this week's episode, listen in to a conversation on adult education with Tom Arnett, Senior Research Fellow at the Christensen Institute. Tom shares trends, tech, entrepreneurship in curriculum and orgs adopting blended learning.

LRNG & John Legend Are Spreading Access to Quality Education

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This month, LRNG Innovators and John Legend are rolling out a series of videos on teacher-led programs that creatively spark passion and excitement for learning in their students. Learn more here.

3 Quick Tips and 40+ Resources for Globalizing Your Learner Experiences

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Our job as educators is to prepare the next generation of global citizens to consider and value a diversity of perspectives, communicate effectively and take action. Where to start?

Getting Smart Podcast | Andy Calkins on Effective Learning Competencies

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In this episode, Tom speaks with Andy Calkins, director of Next Generation Learning Challenges to learn more about their new student success framework--MyWays, and their recently released comprehensive resource set to help more communities develop graduate profiles.

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