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Podcast: Jean Eddy on Starting Early with Career Education

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In today’s episode, Tom Vander Ark is speaking with Jean Eddy, the CEO of American Student Assistance (ASA) and Annabel Cellini, the Chief Strategy Officer at ASA.

Difference Making: New Tech Makes it Easier than Ever

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Introducing some of this new tech into high school entrepreneurship courses could teach students the importance of making a difference.

Podcast: Jo Boaler On the Limitless Mind and Learning Math That Matters

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Dr. Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education at Stanford University talks about the limitless mind and learning math that really matters.

Preparing for the Future: Learning Activities

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Educators can use these six learning activities to help students build the essential skills they will need for the future of work.

Getting Clearer: We Are All American Sons

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By: Carlos Moreno. An exploration of the story of the movie American Son and its revelation of the significant need for authentic relationships with students.

How to Find the Right Space to Create and Engage

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Meet the needs of your students, their families and yourself. Consider and explore these learning space options available to educators today.

Podcast: Chad Dorsey on Modeling and Data Science in STEM Education

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On this week's podcast, Tom talks with Chad Dorsey, the President, and CEO of the Concord Consortium about data science and STEM education.

4 Ways to Get Teachers More Comfortable with Classroom Technology

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By: C. Glembocki. Get your teachers onboard with and comfortable using technology in their classrooms with these strategies.

Podcast: Giving the Gift of Place (Repost)

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Today, the Getting Smart team is bringing you another throwback episode from the Getting Smart Podcast vault! And given that it’s the holiday season, it only makes sense to share an episode that’s all about giving the gift of place.

The Argument for Automation & Classroom Creativity

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By: D. Smith. Automation and creativity may seem like odd bedfellows, but automation may help stressed-out and overloaded educators be more creative.

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