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Difference Making: What Needs to Be At the Heart of Learning

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Difference Making at the Heart of Learning, the new book by Tom Vander Ark and Emily Liebtag is out now!

Living in Beta: New Advisory Program Helps Teens Learn With Purpose

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What if high school helped you pursue your passions and live and learn with purpose and intention? A new program, Living in Beta, is working to make this a reality.

Amy Klement on Equity and Imaginable Futures

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom is speaking with Amy Klement, Managing Partner of Imaginable Futures on equity and change.

Myth of the Ideal Classroom

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By: Sarah Pazur. Instead of idealizing the face-to-face classroom at the expense of education’s advancement into the 21st century, it’s time to confront our biases and maximize the opportunities that online learning can provide.

Getting Clearer: What is Complexity?

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Our shared challenges and opportunities are getting more complex than ever before. How do we prepare learners for complex problem-solving?

Joanne McEachen on Contributive Learning

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Joanne McEachen is joining the podcast this week to have a conversation with Tom about her newest book, The Depthvale Detectives, and the Great Education Crisis.

Getting Smart Endorses Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

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Getting Smart has never endorsed a presidential candidate. This year is different. For our team, this election is about so much more than politics, it's about humanity.

Ed Hess on Adapting to the Speed of Change

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Tom Vander Ark is joined by Ed Hess to talk hyper-learning — one of the new demands of the 21st-Century workforce.

Arguing for Agency: One Student-led Classroom Debate at a Time

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At LAB, they are applying an argument-centered approach to crucial issues in their students’ lives in order to educate and empower them.

Supporting English Language Learners in Math During Distance Learning

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By: Liz Ramirez. How can teachers support students who are gaining proficiency with English during distance learning? To enhance access for ELLs, it is important to create an environment that supports both receptive and expressive language functions.

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