Posts by Getting Smart Staff
With the release of new AI toolkits, Michigan Virtual set an encouraging example of what it looks like to create localized resources for rapidly reskilling a teacher workforce towards AI adoption.
We asked our frequent columnist Rachelle Dené Poth a few questions about belonging, teaching and leading.
NAF, a national network of high school career academies, launched a free work-based learning platform called KnoPro.
Last fall, a survey of more than 1,000 of them showed that CAPS programs have significant influence on students’ professional growth.
The journey towards a brighter, more equitable future for every learner is taking center stage at Getting Smart’s first regional New Pathways Convening “Paving the Way for Pathways: Connecting Local Schools and Businesses” on October 19th and 20th at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center in Tacoma, WA.
Two-thirds of current high schoolers and graduates say they would have benefited from more career exploration in middle or high school according to ASA research. Here are two innovative approaches to addressing this guidance gap.
David “TC” Ellis dreamed about a new kind of high school that would reengage learners through musicology and alongside colleagues opened the High School for Recording Arts in 1998. Getting Smart staff shares more on this journey.
Red Bridge School is a novel educational institution nestled in the vibrant city of San Francisco renowned for its innovative and student-centered approach to learning.
Generative AI will become a widely used instructional design partner for curriculum directors, teachers, and students.
The Skillsline learning model is based on an online suite of 10-minute micro-lessons using a Socratic learning method, with wrap-around acilitation supports such as instructor guides, discussion questions, and journal prompts.