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Lining Up Career Dreams with Reality

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By: Dr. Suzette Lovely. Suzette discusses how to build exposure and aspirations around careers that may not currently exist.

15 Invention Opportunities in Learning

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By: Tom Vander Ark. The pandemic quickly shifted modalities and use patterns and resulted in new capabilities and stretched perceptions of possibilities. Tom shares 15 opportunities for invention in learning.

Four Ideas to Support Student Expression in the Digital Age

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By: Rachelle Dene Poth. Rachelle shares the importance of creating spaces for students to express themselves.

New Possibilities: The Role of Research in 4.0’s New Normal Fellowship

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By: Hassan Hassan. 4.0 has resisted formal research and evaluation for the course of its history on the grounds that it is not accessible to early stage education entrepreneurs. In its latest fund, it is now developing innovative, accessible approaches to research that honor the needs of early-stage founders, especially in the era of COVID-19.

Shauntel Garvey on EdTech Impact Investing

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On this week's episode of the Getting Smart podcast, Tom sits down with Shauntel Garvey to discuss impact investing and edtech.

Beyond the 4Cs: Empowering Youth in the 21st-Century

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By: Connie Liu. Connie discusses the 4C’s framework, the skills that are most important for student success, and are principal components of becoming a 21st-century learner.

Personalized Learning Is Special Education and the Time Is Now

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By: Karla Phillips-Krivickas and Rebecca Midles. Learned through shared experiences, Karla and Rebecca share how schools can design student-centered, personalized learning for all students.

Responding to Crisis With A Tiered Supports System

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Turnaround’s recent release of a tiered support system action pack makes advanced learning science accessible to educators.

Empowering Families to Teach Coding at Home

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By: Marina Umaschi Bers. Marina shares ways families can collaborate with schools to teach their children coding concepts from home.

How I Leveled up My Engineering Skills This Summer as a High Schooler

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By: Edgar Saavedra. Along with technical STEM skills, project-based learning in an engineering summer program can teach students skills including, communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, and organization.

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