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Schools Need a Success Coach for Every Learner

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Success coaches are powerful resources for connection and healing and can help shepherd our student communities through this pandemic and its lasting traumas.

Rachelle Dene Poth on Charting a New Course

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This week's podcast episode is with Rachelle Dene Poth, a French, Spanish, and technology teacher and ed-tech consultant.

Building School and Classroom Community During Distance Learning

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By: Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson. Though these current times and circumstances, leaders must use nontraditional approaches and create possibilities to connect with students deeper through distance learning.

The Front Porch: A New Approach to Support the Health, Safety, and Well-Being of Our School Communities

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Brooklyn LAB Charter School met the crisis head-on with agile problem-solving, an innovative porch rollout and a commitment to equity.

Conrad Wolfram on Computational Thinking

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Today’s episode is featuring a conversation on computational thinking with Conrad Wolfram.

Rebellion As An Act of Community and Self-Love

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Albert Camus’ prescient 1950 essay on how the act of rebellion serves as a good for your community and yourself rings true today.

Ada Palmer on Learning From the Past and the Future

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In today’s podcast interview, the Getting Smart team is talking to Ada Palmer, a history professor at the University of Chicago

A Resource for COVID-Weary Parents: New eBook on Doing PBL at Home

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By: John Larmer. Now, more than ever, is the time for project-based learning. PBLWorks has launched a new free ebook as a resource to meet the needs of families.

Michael Horn on The Next Chapter

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Today, on the podcast is speaker and writer Michael Horn.Tom and Michael discuss Guild Education their newly launched company, Next Chapter.

Access for All: Making Broadband a Utility

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We need longterm solutions for fast, affordable broadband for all learners and families — and we need it now.

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