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Getting Smart Podcast | Zoran Popovic on Accelerated Learning with Smart Tools

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In this episode of the podcast, Zoran Popovic, Director of the Center for Game Science at the University of Washington, chats about computer science, gaming, virtual reality and how we can help today's students be successful using artificial intelligence.

10 EdTech Resource Lists for Teachers

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By: Jessica Carrell. It has always surprised me that it can be hard to find practical EdTech resource lists. Here is a helpful collection of resources for teachers to reference when looking for recommendations on all things EdTech.

Transcend the Classroom with Virtual Place-Based Learning

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By: Louis Pienaar. Simulation-based learning allows my students to learn in a highly immersive environment that reflects aspects of the real world, encouraging deeper learning of cross-curricular skills and concepts.

Tell Kids to Get Good at Stuff Smart Machines Can’t Do (Yet)

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Smart machines will change the face of the economy, and today's young people will need a different set of skills to succeed than past generations did. In particular, they will need to get good at things machines can not do.

Getting Smart Podcast | Special Ed Teacher to White House Tech Advisor

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In this podcast, Tom chats with Seth Andrew, who shares insights gained in his journey from teaching special education, to founding an ambitious school network serving 5000 students, to becoming a White House Tech Advisor.

7 Apps for Working with Special Needs Students

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By: Jana Rooheart. Digital tools can be very helpful in bridging developmental gaps; these apps can help you tailor your curriculum to your special needs students without an overwhelming amount of preparation.

Getting Smart Podcast | McGraw’s Stephen Laster on the Path Forward for EdTech

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McGraw-Hill Education is a leader in adaptive learning. In this podcast, Stephen Laster, Chief Digital Officer at McGraw, discusses the "Platform Revolution" in technology and his predictions for what's next in EdTech.

Designing Courses for Efficient Learning and Actionable Data

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By: Laura Seuscheck. Despite advances in technology, many non-traditional education providers are still struggling to develop high-quality, student-centered, personalized learning experiences. Here are some tips to help.

Embracing 21st Century Learning and Opportunities

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By: Na'ama Y. Rosenberg. The plethora of valuable technology developed for today’s classroom provides an opportunity for significant customization and personalization, enabling more personalized learning and improving student outcomes.

10 Great Apps to Promote Kindness in the Classroom

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By: Jessica Thiefels. Promoting kindness is an important part of the daily curriculum in a classroom environment. These engaging, kindness-focused apps are accessible to all teachers, no matter their budget.

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