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Contribution: Programs Alive with Possibility

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Tom highlights 11 programs and community organizations that provide students with opportunities to identify and make their unique contributions to the future of everything.

Podcast: Big Picture Learning Connects Students to Internships Through ImBlaze

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Today's podcast is with Andrew Frishman and the Getting Smart team talked with him about his work at the Met, Big Picture Learning, and ImBlaze.

Be Anything

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By: Brandon Goon and Willy Golden. Brandon and Willy deliver Be Anything, a web app that helps students work on personalized paths in school, manage their projects, gives teachers the context they need to provide just-in-time feedback.

Even More Ways for Ed Leaders to Make Teachers Feel as Important as They Are

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Michael continues to share the importance of creating a culture of appreciation and offers a few additional ideas for educational leaders to show continued support for teachers so that they can become their personal and professional best.

Podcast: Exploring Inquiry with Kimberly Mitchell

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By: Getting Smart Staff. On today's podcast, Kimberly Mitchell speaks about her new book, Experience Inquiry: 5 Powerful Strategies, 50 Practical Experiences, that explores five strategies any teacher or parent can use to promise inquiry and curiosity.

Platform Skills Tighten Focus on Effective Communication

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David shares his excitement around the development of platform skills in the education sector and outlines five key platform skills to enhance PBL frameworks and improve a students’ ability to effectively communicate for a purpose and to a target audience.

Podcast: AI4K12 Guidelines and Getting Students Passionate about Computer Science

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The Getting Smart team speaks with Dr. Christina Gardner-McCune about getting students passionate about computer science.

What if the Future of Work Starts with High School

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By: Heather E. McGowan. Heather presents new frameworks for the future of work and explains why the university degree is the new high school diploma.

Creativity: The Secret to Success in the Trades

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By: Dave Curry. Dave Curry, Director of Career and Technical Education shares the Milton Hershey School's approach to programming that offers students hands-on, technical training aligned with the current job market in preparation for 21st-century careers.

Podcast: 5 Reasons High Schools Should Help Young People Find and Make Their Unique Contribution

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Getting Smart's Tom and Emily discuss contribution and argue that students contributing to their community might be the best form of preparation there could be.

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