Getting Smart on Rethinking Professional Learning

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High Tech High Graduate School of Education and Getting Smart partnered to explore emerging and best practices in professional learning, as well as the importance the role higher education entities can serve.

The Shift to Digital Education: Four Hallmarks of Digital Learning Success

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In The Shift to Digital Education, published in partnership with Pearson, we examine why we must embrace digital learning in today’s classroom, and then we discuss how to best do so.

Getting Smart on Learner-Centered STEM

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The “Getting Smart on Learner-Centered STEM” series in partnership with Harmony Public Schools wraps with the release of this culminating Smart Bundle collection featuring the blogs, images and videos from our exploration of the STEMSOS learning model.

Getting Smart on Global Education and Equity

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VIF International Education and Getting Smart partnered to examine the characteristics of globally competent students closely and address how K-12 institutions can utilize global education practices to equitably prepare all students for success.

Creating the Future of Learning: Singapore American School

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A virtual tour of the Singapore American School, the largest single campus international school in the world and largest American school outside the U.S.

Supporting English Language Learners with Next-Gen Tools

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Supporting English Language Learners with Next-Gen Tools, provides a landscape overview of tools and strategies to support English Language Learners (ELLs). The publication includes expert contributions from educators and thought leaders and the 10 elements of next-gen language learning.

Getting Smart on Teachers as Collaborative Curriculum Designers

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This paper explores the importance of teachers as curriculum designers, and how Literacy Design Collaborative helps support collaborative curriculum design while also providing important teacher professional development.