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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.

Trade Unions Pave Pathways to Good Jobs

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ASU GSV 2019 provided bold announcements on the path towards the intersection between the future of learning and work. Tom highlights two career pathway programs that will connect students to industry partners that support the transition between high school and post-secondary life.

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