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Tyler Nakatsu

Tyler Nakatsu
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Tyler Nakatsu is a communication manager at Jobs for the Future. Follow Tyler on Twitter: @post_west

AI and Push Learning for Student Guidance and Advisory

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Oli is a chatbot that combines artificial intelligence with human experts to provide college guidance. The essential goal of the platform is to nudge students to progress through the admissions process according to a timeline.

Badging for Business: Next-Gen Professional Learning in the Workplace

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In this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Intrepid Learning makes the case that professional learning should not only deliver value to businesses with innovative approaches to PD, but also provide next-gen employees with credentialing that can be carried throughout their careers.

6 Entry Points for Deeper Learning

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“Transformation comes more from pursuing profound questions than seeking practical answers.” -Peter Block, The Answer to How is Yes: Acting on...

Getting Smart Podcast | The Role of OER in 21st Century Classrooms

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Inspired by #OERStories, this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast is all about Open Educational Resources (OER). Tom Vander Ark leads our examination of what the shift to digital means when it comes to content.

Defining and Differentiating Personalized Learning, Blended Learning and Competency Education

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iNACOL has taken steps to define key terms in the field to generate shared meaning and challenge misconceptions and misunderstandings. 'Mean What You Say: Defining and Integrating Personalized, Blended and Competency Education' describes terms and their key nuances in greater detail.

Using ‘Most Likely to Succeed’ to Spark Community Dialogue

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Unfortunately, since the debut of 'Most Likely to Succeed' not much has changed in how we’ve been preparing young people for the careers of tomorrow, which in many cases arrived yesterday. Recognizing this are countless communities who are using the movie as a way to generate conversations at the local level.

Tell Your Story: Generation Do-It-Yourself Pathways for School & Career

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Were you labeled “nontraditional” or “alternative”? Do you have tell the people in your life that you had to do things your own way? If so, we’d like to share your GenDIY story.

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