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Empowering Students to Understand and Advocate for Their Own Learning Differences

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By: Dr. Mary Ann Wolf. We often ask teachers, coaches, principals and district leaders about their “why” and about those one or two children who drive their work in education. More often than not, educators hone in on that student who needed to be understood, who learned differently and who was able to thrive because the educator was able to personalize learning for him or her.

Whittle School & Studios: Transforming Education for Global Good

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To develop the Whittle School, a world-class staff, informed by a global academic advisory board and leading-edge partners, developed a school model that incorporates 10 important innovations that set the new standard for quality education. Learn more here.

The Implications of Gartner’s Top 10 Tech Trends of 2018 for Education – Part 2

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By: Jim Goodell, Liz Glowa and Brandt Redd. In what ways will business tech trends affect education in 2018? In this post, we look at 10 developments likely to have an impact.

The Benefits and the Limitations of Machine Learning in Education

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By: Will McGuinness. The classroom is a complex environment and will always contain an essentially human element that no computer can replace. Here, we look at why this is the challenge at the heart of efforts to engrain machine learning and AI in the classroom.

Preparing Students for Future Work: What is the Gig Economy?

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We can help prepare students for the new gig economy by offering more opportunities for them to explore and create, through opportunities to not only explore the types of jobs available but also job shadow to learn firsthand, the qualifications and skills that may be necessary.

The Only Constant is Change: Adjusting Our Practices to Meet the World’s Expectations

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Anna Durfee shares with you a few small changes your school can make in order to better prepare students for the future of work and the rapid, and sometimes alarming, changes that come with it.

Learning Engineering: Merging Science and Data to Design Powerful Learning Experiences

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By: Shelly Blake-Plock. A Learning Engineer is someone who draws from evidence-based information about human development — including learning — and seeks to apply these results at scale to create affordable, reliable, data-rich learning environments. Learn more here.

Getting Ready for the Jobs of the Future

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What skills will students need for the jobs of the future? How will the automation economy impact the employment landscape? Tom and Emily dive into the future of work and how schools can best support students and help them become career ready.

League of Innovative Schools: A Network Creating the Future of Learning

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Ninety-three of the most forward-leaning school districts in the country make up the League of Innovative Schools, the flagship network of district superintendents at Digital Promise. Learn more about their work and outcomes here.

High Tech Exec Advocates for High Agency Learning

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What skills will be important in five years? What can schools do to plan for the skills that will be necessary for students to have mastered? Tom and Marie Bjerede discuss both and the importance of student agency in this week's podcast.

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