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Adam Kulaas

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Adam is a Director at Getting Smart. He focuses on capacity building and is known for his work in coaching, learning design and leadership development. You can connect with Adam on Twitter at @AdamKulaas.

Smart Review: Agilix Dawn

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As a learning design and perhaps more accurately described, solution firm, Getting Smart makes a point of looking at innovations across...

All aboard Lego’s “Coding Express”

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Adam Kulaas reviews Lego Education's "Coding Express" after sitting down with his kid and unpacking the educational tool designed for early learners.

Microsoft Flagship Schools: Transforming Education From The Ground Up

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This fall 17 schools throughout the world will embark on a collaborative journey to “transform education from the ground up.” Learn more here.

The Future of Learner Experience (LX)

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Our team recently got together with innovative educators and brilliant learners to discuss the future of learner experiences. Learning surrounds us. As we walked and talked, we uncovered that the future of LX is now.

Tools for Project-Based Learning: The Landscape Today

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The spread of access to low-cost devices holds great promise for giving more students high quality project-based experiences, but tech has yet to become a panacea for the challenges of PBL. In this post, we look at the recent history of PBL-oriented edtech, and draw some predictions about where it’s headed.

Smart Review | Learner-Centered Innovation

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By: Emily Liebtag and Adam Kulaas. We think Learner-Centered Innovation by Dr. Katie Martin is a must-read. It sparks action, which as an underlying theme echoed throughout the book, with an emphasis on continuous improvement. Here, we look at it in a little more depth.

Re-Up on Your Goals, Get SMART(er²)

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While it is convenient with the start of a new calendar year, there is never a wrong time to set goals. Just be sure to respect the process and allot the appropriate amount of time to do it right. Here are some useful strategies that we like.

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