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10 Tips for Designing High Impact Campaigns

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Are you ready to make an impact? Whether it is an idea that you want to explore further, a topic you want to share with the world or a question you want to ask, designing campaigns can be a critical component to growing your impact.

David Haglund on Lessons Learned in Santa Ana

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As he transitions to a new role in a new district, David Haglund shares lessons learned during his time as deputy superintendent and chief academic officer for Santa Ana Unified School District.

Smart List: 40 Coding & Computer Science, Assessment & Data Resources

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Did you know that Cause + Code = The New Impact Formula? Today, we’re taking the time to recognize and share out 40 valuable coding, computer science, assessment and data resources for students and educators.

Getting Smart Podcast | Backstabber to Lovetrain: Don Shalvey on District-Charter Relations

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This episode of the podcast features Don Shalvey, Deputy Director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discussing school networks, district-charter relations and the 70s songs that best describe them.

Closing The Achievement Gap With The Power of Data

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The Education Equality Index (EEI) site recently released its national data analysis findings, providing insights from high achieving schools that could help close long-standing achievement gaps for students from underserved communities.

Imaging the Future: How Innovative School Districts Are Looking Ahead

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As technology advances quickly, the opportunities (and implications) for teaching and learning in traditional school districts will continue to evolve. A recent district partnership encouraged us to take a look into the not so near future to paint a picture of possible futures.

Design Thinking: Teaching the Importance of Empathy in Business

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By: Mary Ruskey and Lori Aument. After learning about Design Thinking, we thought the method would naturally fit into the curriculum for the business course we teach to 10th and 11th graders. Here, we reflect on our results after two years.

What’s Next In Language Learning?

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With the world globalizing and changing at an unprecedented rate, it is important for us to be considering how we can give students global and cultural competencies. Language learning can be a great, accessible way to provide those skills.

Smart List: 30 Great Resources for Sharing, Showing & Tracking

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Today, we are recognizing great apps for teachers to share lessons, apps for students to show what they know, core curriculum resources, and tools for tracking achievement.

Getting Smart Podcast | Involving Teachers in the Process of Innovation

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Teacher voice and engagement are crucial to the success of a pilot program. In this podcast, we hear more about how those seeking to design a pilot can ensure that teachers are a valuable part of the process of innovation.

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