On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Nate McClennen is joined by Anant Agarwal, MIT Professor, Chief Platform Officer at 2U and Founder and CEO of edX, an online learning platform founded by Harvard and MIT. In 2020, Anant shared the story and vision for EdX from inception to present and its effort to increase access, reduce cost, and implement modularity in the higher education ecosystem.
Agency, choice, and elevating learner voice requires innovation, creativity and embedding entrepreneurship in our school models.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, New Pathways Senior Fellow Trace Pickering is joined by Dr. Tasia Chatman, Director of Learning Experiences at Springpoint and Jeff Sudmyer, Director of School Leadership.
From the State House to the Classroom: How Policymakers Can Help Bring Competency-Based Education Into Reality
Wyoming’s big shift towards competency-based education (CBE) isn’t just a policy milestone - it’s an opportunity to examine partnership-based approaches to implementing CBE.
Intentional relationships fuel intentional conversations - learn how to manifest them in your classroom.
Last fall, a survey of more than 1,000 of them showed that CAPS programs have significant influence on students’ professional growth.
On this episode we're joined by Laurie Gagnon and Cory Henwood to discuss next gen credentials and how districts are approaching the next iteration of learner records.
Through gaming, students gain durable skills (as defined by America Succeeds) which are high demand skills that allow youth to demonstrate their knowledge and stretch their character.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can provide a sharper edge to the conservation data collection and analysis tool. Student Mary Margaret Perkins shares more about her recent experience to Kenya.
On this episode we're joined by Eduardo Briceño, speaker, facilitator and author of the new book The Performance Paradox.