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Carnegie Learning and One Stone High School: A Powerful Partnership

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Carnegie Learning and One Stone have partnered to equip students in finding their purpose and passion through student-centered learning. Authors share a look at One Stone's students and faculty and the Carnegie learning approach.

What Happens When We Do School Better?

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Doris Korda explains how students in the Columbus City Schools have the option to participate in Options for Success (OFS) to avoid missing out on valuable learning opportunities.

A Teacher’s Perspective on the Importance of Sharing Students’ Learning

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In the last blog of the Share Your Learning series, Erik Ray and Janice Walton discuss how student engagement increases when students share their learning.

Understanding Why We Work Should Inform Education

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Regardless of the instructional approach, teachers are tasked with creating a pathway to work for their students. Michael Niehoff and countless other teachers are trying to unlock the magic of how we can maximize and optimize the internal desire to work.

Learner-Centered Iowa BIG Propels Jemar Lee

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Emily from the Getting Smart team interviews Jemar Lee, a former student from Iowa BIG, a place-based and learner-centered school in Cedar Rapids and a Next-Generation Learning Challenge and XQ Super School winner.

Helping Students Prepare for Their Futures with LinkedIn

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LinkedIn has become an essential networking and professional development platform to use for the new global workforce.

How Blockchain is Helping Dallas Students Tell Their Story

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With growing interest in demonstrated competence over seat time and pedigree, how can schools help learners present a more complete picture of their capabilities? This new service is using distributed ledger technology to deliver value for students, schools, and employers.

What if Students Designed Their Education?

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There are many conversations today about 21st-century skills and what skills students may need for the future and how to drive their own learning. A look at how we could change the look of schools and learning as we all prepare for the uncertainty of the future of work and learning.

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