Here's how five districts launched unique programs that highlight how the shifting demographics of schools and communities were an opportunity to diversify their workforce by attracting teachers who serve and reflect all students.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom Vander Ark is joined by Dr. Michael T. Conner, CEO/Founder of the Agile Evolutionary Group.
Do You Know Who Your Students Know? Better Data on Students’ Networks Can Start the School Year off Right
Julia Freeland Fisher details how better data on students’ networks can start the school year off right.
On this Getting Smart Podcast we're joined by Kaya Henderson to discuss Reconstruction and the importance of identity affirming curriculum.
Ayelet Fishbach shares her tip of the week from her book, Get It Done: Surprising Lessons From the Science of Motivation.
Educator micro-credentials give teachers more voice and choice in their learning, allowing them some choice in what they learn, how they learn, and how they demonstrate their learning.
Recently, Instructure shared the results from their research study which focused on the state of teaching and learning in K through 12 education.
On this special 400th-ish episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, some of the team reflects on favorite moments of the podcast.
The Green Schools National Network (GSNN) is a collaborative of more than 300 schools in 13 states working together to create climate friendly communities.
SparkNC is a cooperative of 17 North Carolina school districts that will advance career pathways to high tech employment.