On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom is speaking with Amy Klement, Managing Partner of Imaginable Futures on equity and change.
What’s needed to make sure educators are valued and equipped with the agility to succeed in a rapidly changing workforce? How can businesses and communities work together to ensure learners are leaving high-school and college prepared for the jobs of the future? Learn how from America Succeeds, an organization working to do just that.
This week, Tom is sitting down with the president and CEO of Lumina Foundation, Jamie Merisotis to discuss his new book, Human Work.
In this special edition episode, Tom is flying solo to outline 20 global trends that learning leaders need to consider.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down again with Pavel Luksha, one of our favorite futurists, to discuss a recently published Future of Skills report. Pavel Luksha is a leading education futurist. He is Professor of…
Tune in to part one of our two-part SXSW EDU podcast featuring interviews from leaders, learners and educators at this year's conference. Hear what they have to say about the future of learning and why they attend and present at SXSW.
This week we speak with Pavel Luksha, a leading education futurist. He’s a Professor of Practice at Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, the Director and founder of Global Education Futures, and serves on the advisory board for Whittle School and Studios.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Michelle Weise to discuss her new book: Long Life Learning.
In this podcast, we share segments from a recent 4.0 Schools Community Summit keynote by CEO and founder Matt Candler, as well as his thoughts on the #FutureofSchool.
In today's episode and Part Two of a series, Tom Vander Ark is continuing the conversation about starting career education early with Ed Hidalgo and Dr. David Bluestein.