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Randy Ziegenfuss on Teacher Leadership and Student-Centered Learning

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In this episode, Tom chats with Randy Ziegenfuss about his journey as an educator, his time at Salisbury and his podcast, "Shift Your Paradigm."

Who You Know: Relationships are an Undervalued Asset for Students

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By: Mary Ryerse and Michelle Berkeley. What happens when we help develop students' social capital? Mary and Michelle share what they learned in Julia Freeland Fisher's new book, Who You Know.

Teaching Design Thinking to Hack School and Prep for Complexity

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In this episode of the podcast, Tom chats with Sam Seidel about design thinking and how it can slow down and discover the true root of the problem in education.

CBE Supports at the School, Teacher and Student Levels

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Getting Smart will soon be part of a panel at the iNACOL Symposium that will focus on competency-based education, and will also be part of a release of a forthcoming report on the topic. This post highlights a brief selection of our findings.

The Evolution of the Denver Public Schools Portfolio

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Denver Public Schools is the district to watch when it comes to portfolios. Tom shares how the DPS portfolio model is the one to watch.

Curbing Killer Robots And Other Misuses of AI

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Artificial Intelligence is infiltrating society. Tom discusses the dangers of AI and shares ways we can curb the dangers of unregulated AI and how education could be the answer to beneficial AI.

A Student’s Perspective on Urban Place-Based Ed

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By Elizabeth Irvin. A senior at Sidwell Friends Schools gives her perspective on urban place-based education.

Giving the Gift of Place

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In this episode Tom & Emily take you on a virtual field trip to Murie Ranch, in the Grand Teton National Park, to talk about place-based education with Christen Girard and Nate McClennen

Families are Fundamental: Takeaways from The National Center for Families Learning Conference

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Research shows that family engagement in learning has marked positive effects on learning measures across all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. How can we get more families engaged in their children's learning? This conference provided some fresh ideas.

50 Resources for Makers and Creative Classrooms

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If you’re anything like us, you’re always looking for new inexpensive (or better yet, free) resources that can introduce more students to STEM and maker education. Here, we share 50 good resources for anyone looking to dive in.

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