Posts by Getting Smart Staff
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom talks with Thomas Homer-Dixon about his new book, Commanding Hope and rising complexity.
Children’s Books That Focus on Climate Activists Help Us Appreciate Our Planet on Earth Day and Beyond
For Earth Day, the Getting Smart team's families reviewed a few Earth and climate-themed kids books.
We highlighted One Stone, one of the coolest schools in the world, in a recent virtual event. Find out more about what makes One Stone special.
On today's episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, we’re talking with Gregg Behr & Ryan Rydzewski about their new book When You Wonder, You’re Learning: Mr Roger’s Enduring Lessons for Raising Creative, Curious, Caring Kids.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Dr. Trish Scanlon to discuss the rise of AI, with specific attention on voice technologies and how it can best work for young people.
A recent new report was launched by AASA, The School Superintendents Association, making the move towards holistic learning.
Last week, we hosted our April Getting Smart Town Hall, Microschools Can Lead to Macro Change. This event touched on the many ways in which microschools have come to the fore through the last year and how oftentimes they enable schools to be more agile, more personalized and more effective.
On the final episode of our Nevada Succeeds series, we’re joined by Jeanine Collins, Dr. Marion Smith, Dr. Kaleb Rashad and Dr. Eric Chagala.
On this special episode of the Getting Smart Podcast mini-series Up Close With Nevada Succeeds, Tom Vander Ark talks with Nevada State Superintendent Jhone Ebert, Nevada Succeeds Executive Director Jeanine Collins and teachers and InspirED global fellows Mike Lang and Jordana McCudden about fellowship programs and leadership.
Invention by Shel Silverstien I’ve done it, I’ve done it! Guess what I’ve done! Invented a light that plugs into the sun. The sun is bright enough, The bulb is strong enough, But, oh, there’s only one thing wrong… The cord ain’t long…