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Michael Niehoff is a Getting Smart Columnist. He is a teacher, leader, blogger, and student advocate. Connect with him on Twitter: @mwniehoff
difference making and project-based learning

Portrait of a School Wide Project Launch

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Charter Elementary school launches universal school wide project as a means to engage all students and staff in a relevant, personalized, and public purpose.
student arts and agency

New Arts Integration Efforts Address Healing-Centered Engagement, Transformative Agency

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There is a new merging of the arts with trauma-informed pedagogy, social justice and culturally-responsive teaching as a means to increase healing-centered engagement and transformative agency.
LISTEN, a film by Erahm Christopher

New Film Addresses Mental Health By Challenging Us To ‘Listen’ To Our Youth Voice

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Michael discusses a new groundbreaking film being screened by local schools and community groups. It is intended to provoke a critical conversation and make it easier to talk about mental health.
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The Role of Student Roles

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Michael discusses how creating relevant real-world opportunities allows students to enhance their skills, resumes, and portfolios.

5 Ways to Support Students’ Personal Brand Equity

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One of the most invaluable lifelong lessons we could impart on our students is that of the Personal Brand Equity. All of us can learn to craft and develop our Personal Brand Equity - who we are, what we have to offer, what makes us unique and how we might communicate any of this to others.
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Embracing Partners: 7 Human Resources of PBL

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By: Michael Niehoff. Michael outlines the partners that should be involved in project-based learning when creating authenticity and high-quality student work.
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Project-Based Learning Revolution: Principal’s New Book is a Call to Action

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Michael shares how one Principal calls for a PBL revolution one school at a time with new research and an experience-based DIY book.

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