Posts by Carri Schneider
I recently had the opportunity to visit Winton Woods City School District, a New Tech Network school outside of Cincinnati, and witnessed their personalized, project-based learning model firsthand through a student virtual reality project.
By: Karla Phillips and Carri Schneider. Competency-based systems create a more transparent, complete, and accurate picture of student achievement than the traditional time-based and cohort-based system.
Carri reviews the new book The Wild Robot and discusses its connections to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the implications for today’s young learners.
I recently had the opportunity to visit Teton Science Schools, our partner in Getting Smart’s “Power of Place” campaign. Here are some initial thoughts from the many things I learned, as well as photos of that beautiful part of our country.
My husband and I recently decided to put the “4 I’s” of Smart Parents into practice during this year's family vacation. Here’s what we learned about parenting and the power of place while exploring and adventuring with our daughters.
Landing an internship or an entry-level job can be a great way to get a jump start on a career you love. Here are 22 tips to make the most of your experience while there.
Learner-Centered STEM takes powerful partnerships with people outside classroom walls, so here are 18 examples of partnerships making Learner-Centered STEM a reality for students at Harmony Public Schools.