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Emily Liebtag

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Emily is Vice President of Advocacy at Getting Smart. She believes every young person deserves a world-class education and partners with educators and education-focused organizations to try and help make that a reality. Emily usually is researching and reading about project-based learning, global education, teacher preparation and place-based education. Connect with Emily at @EmilyLiebtag.

AI for Good: Progress Towards the Sustainable Development Goals

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Join Emily as she shares highlights from attending the third annual AI for Good Global Summit in Geneva, Switzerland, the leading United Nations platform for global and inclusive dialogue on AI.

Purdue Poly: Driven By Equity, Solving Community Challenges

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Join Tom and Emily on the blog as they share Purdue Polytechnic High School's mission to promote equity and provide students with hands-on, team-based, challenging learning experiences.

Learner-Centered Schools in Albemarle County

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Emily Liebtag visits schools in Albemarle County that are designed around student needs, interests, academic goals, and passions.
Students working on projects in nuvu's Studio-based learning laboratory, which resembles an open-air loft

Studio-Based Learning and Self-Directed Students at NuVu

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Learn more about how NuVu, an innovation school located in Massachusetts, implements a studio-based learning model that provides students the opportunity to problem-solve through creating and building.

ISTE Releases A Practical Guide for Educators on Buying Edtech

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ISTE along with Project Unicorn have released Better Edtech Buying for Educators: A Practical Guide to better inform educators purchasing decisions.

Why Place-Based Education?

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Over the past couple of years, along with the Teton Science Schools, we have been exploring place-based education and how it can help connect learners to their communities. We are continuing our exploration in 2019, but wanted to revisit what we’ve learned so far and resources we’ve created to help you get started.

Making the City the Text at High Tech High

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In this podcast episode, High Tech High leaders Larry Rosenstock, Jeff Robin and Kaleb Rashad share musings about student projects, starting new schools, hiring teachers and why the city the school is located in is so important.

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