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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.

EdTech Report: Key Findings in Response to Remote Learning

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares recent findings related to the increase in digital tool use during school closures.

From Test Prep To Active Learning: The El Paso Transformation

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In a new short series, Tom documents a seven-year transformation of an urban school district in crisis and focused on test prep to a national leader in active learning.

How We Move Forward: Practicing Three Inclusive, Anti-Racist Mindsets for Reopening Schools

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The authors share three key commitments to keep in mind when reopening school to ensure a steadfast focus on equity.

Brian Greenberg on Creating Great New Schools

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Today’s episode is featuring a recent interview Tom Vander Ark had with Brian Greenberg on creating great schools.

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