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Christina Theokas on Whole Child Design and the Turnaround for Children Toolbox

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Dr. Christina Theokas to discuss her work on the whole child design movement and the newest resource from Turnaround for Children, the Toolbox.

Learner-Centered and Project-Based Middle Schools

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Project-Based Learning in Middle Schools

Global Brigades Offers Students Transformational Learning Experiences, While Transforming Global Communities

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For 15 years, Global Brigades has impacted international community-led sustainability via student-funded social responsibility; and they're just getting started.

Remake Learning Days Across America: Sixteen Regions Across America Join Pittsburgh to Celebrate Learning

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Remake Learning Days serves as a change agent to help communities design the future they envision, for families to be engaged in their child’s learning and for youth to lead the way on an unknown path for a bright future.

Suneel Gupta on BACKABLE: The Surprising Truth Behind What Makes People Take a Chance on You

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Suneel Gupta, author of the new book BACKABLE: The Surprising Truth Behind What Makes People Take a Chance on You.

I Am a Teacher: A Pledge of Commitment and Unity

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In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week, we honor the dedication, commitment and time educators pledge to every day learners.

From Last Chance to First Choice: Alternative Schools That Show the Way Forward

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By: T. Vander Ark & R. Midles. Tom and Rebecca share seven types of schools that provide a learner-centered alternative to traditional high schools.

School Isn’t About Classes, It’s About Learning

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By: Garrett Smiley. The easiest way for schools to ensure individual relevance and therefore counteract concerning mental health trends is by letting students lead their education through curiosity.

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