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21 Ways to Ignite Summer Learning

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Need inspiration for summer learning? Here are 21 ways that will spark continued learning for your family.

“Height, Light and Exposed Structure”–Places That Display and Celebrate Learning

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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.

Relationships at the Heart of Learning

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Dr. Lorea Martinez Perez explores how the quality of teacher-student relationships has been repeatedly linked with students’ academic, social and emotional outcomes.

Chelsea Craig and Dr. Anthony Craig on Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Leading

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Chelsea Craig and Dr. Anthony Craig speak about their careers as leaders in and around learning and education.

How Two Teachers are Championing Representation in the Classroom

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How can teachers take action to make sure their students feel seen and represented? Roadtrip Nation shares the stories of two educators dedicated to this mission and offers resources to ensure all learners feel empowered.

Think Global, Act Local: How to Embed SDGs in your school and Community

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How can students take action on sustainable development goals within the context of their own curriculum and communities? Kyle Wagner explores 8 models from 8 innovative schools and programs leading the charge.

The 5 Steps of Design Thinking Help Drive School Improvements

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How can educators ensure a commitment to continuous improvement? Long-time educator and former engineer, Ben Owens, explores one of the most powerful tools: design thinking.

Celebrating Edmund W. Gordon

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Brooklyn Lab celebrates Edmund W Gordon's 100th birthday and circles back on how much he has accomplished for the educational landscape and how impactful his work has been.

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