Preparing Teachers for a Project-Based World

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In the paper we explore how teacher preparation and professional learning can be aligned to–and modeled after–the types of deeper learning environments we also seek to create for students.

Generation Do-It-Yourself (GenDIY) Toolkit: Stories to Inspire You and Tools to Get You Started

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GenDIY is a thought leadership campaign born out of a new generation building a global economy and experiences that are impact driven and entrepreneurial.

Blended Language Learning Toolkit: Classroom-Based Implementation

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The Rosetta Stone Blended Language Learning Toolkit is designed to help educators implement blended language programs, and many of the ideas are applicable to blended language learning at large.

Policy, Pilots and the Path to Competency-Based Education: A Tale of Three States

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This publication highlights how and why state Competency-Based Education pilot programs offer a promising strategy by telling the story of three states with the same goal, but different paths.

Getting Smart on Out of Class Student Support Services

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Getting Smart and Fidelis Education partnered to share more about what it takes to support students outside of class and to take the luck out of the higher ed success equation.

Preparing Students for a Project-Based World

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“Preparing Students for a Project-Based World” describes how the new economy and growing inequities are impacting students and schools, and explores what we need to be doing to better prepare students for future success.

Getting Smart on Assessing and Measuring Social and Emotional Learning

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A new consensus is emerging in K-12 education today: social and emotional learning (SEL) is essential not just for its own sake, but for its wide range of outcomes in academic and life success. The demand is clear, the tools to measure it are here and the time to implement it in schools is now.