Posts by Getting Smart Staff
One Stone Students Serve Up the Glass Half Full
One Stone hosted their annual fundraiser One Half Event virtually and saw great success. Here is a recap.
“Height, Light and Exposed Structure”–Places That Display and Celebrate Learning
What better way to ensure learners feel empowered and heard than commemorating their student work in a thoughtful way where everyone can enjoy? We walk through learning spaces to explore how student pieces are celebrated.
What If?: June Recap
We're recapping some of what has been going on in the first month of What if? campaign. Check out some of these thought provoking questions.
Town Hall Recap: Every Place is a Place
On this monthly town hall, we went long on place-based education and the ways in which it is a powerful tool for building community and inquiry. We also discussed the ways in which community-connected projects are an outstanding way to continue learning through the summer and beyond.
Nate Kellogg & Gwen Baker on Real-Time Redesign for Schools and Districts
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with members of The Strategy Lab initiative to discuss real-time redesign.
Thomas Homer-Dixon on Commanding Hope and the Nature of Complexity
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.
On Building a Network of Schools Using the One Stone Growth Transcript
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.
Gregg Behr & Ryan Rydzewski on When You Wonder, You’re Learning
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.
Dr. Trish Scanlon on How Voice Technologies Should Work For 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.