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Getting Smart Podcast | Improving Learner Experience: Agency, Community, Challenge

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Nate McClennen of Teton Science Schools and Neva Geisler of student-led One Stone school take you on a walking tour of downtown Boise while discussing place-based education, learner experience and the power of community connections.

Getting Smart Podcast | 21 Insights: Adventures in Learning to Lead

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In this podcast, Getting Smart team member Adam Kulaas reflects on 21 lessons learned during a decade of leading schools, sharing insights on everything from encouraging student voice to supporting your staff.

Getting Smart Podcast | America’s Edu Power Couple On Balancing Innovation and Execution

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Erin Mote and Eric Tucker, co-founders of Brooklyn Lab Charter School, discuss building a durable school that is also future-ready, as well as a customized learning platform from scratch.

Getting Smart Podcast | How Minecraft Improves SEL Outcomes

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Following the release of a research report, this podcast shares the research findings connecting Minecraft and student SEL outcomes. Listen in to educator and student voices and results from a global survey.

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.

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.

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.

Supporting English Learners in K-12 Classrooms

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In this podcast, Dr. Bernadette Musetti shares benefits of bilingualism, programs or innovations in education that move emerging bilingual students forward and common myths or misconceptions about teaching emerging bilinguals and English learners.

Getting Smart Podcast | The Details Behind Pilot Design

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So you’ve decided that you want to plan a pilot for a new EdTech tool. Where to start? There are a number of factors that affect the outcome a pilot, from the technical down to the cultural. In this podcast, we take a detailed look at those factors.

Creating College Opportunities for Parents and Students

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Barriers to getting into, paying for and persisting through college inhibit many students and adults across the country from achieving their dream of graduating from college. Hear from a mother and daughter about their journey to post-secondary education.

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