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HopSkipDrive: Safe Ride Share for Kids

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What if kids could use ride share services to travel to their internship or get home after soccer practice? HopSkipDrive, a Los Angeles startup, has solved this problem with a safe transportation solution for families and schools.

Rethinking STEM Preparation from Educator to Student

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By: Kellie Lauth and Melissa Risteff. Kellie and Melissa discuss rethinking STEM and Computer Science (CS) preparation to keep pace with economic demands and industry needs.

How SNHU Succeeded by Understanding What Students Really Want—and Changing Everything

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By: Michael B. Horn and Paul LeBlanc. Michael and Paul discuss how SNHU made internal changes and succeded in designing better sets of experiences to help students make progress and be successful in their lives.

What is 21st Century Learning? How Do We Get More?

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For 40 years, we’ve been talking about the aims and strategies of 21st-century learning. Now that we’re a couple of decades in, we have a pretty good view.

Metacognition and Why it Matters in Education

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What is metacognition and why does it matter in education? Discover ways to promote metacognition in learning.

5 Ways to Build Collaborative Learning Skills In and Out of the Classroom

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Finding ways to help students build collaboration skills in the classroom is important for preparing them for the future of work and learning. Here are five ways to open up more opportunities for students to collaborate in and out of the classroom.

Podcast: Diane Tavenner on What Kids Need for a Fulfilled Life

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Today on the podcast, Tom is speaking with Diane Tavenner and Mira Browne from Summit Public Schools (SPS) to discuss SPS and Diane's new book Prepared: What Kids Need for a Fulfilled Life.

How Can We Prepare K-12 Students for the Future?

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By: Rachelle Dene Poth. Ideas to get started with experiential learning and new ways to prepare students for the future through real-world opportunities.

Future Trend: Designing Schools for How Humans Learn

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Schools should not only prepare students for active participation in a networked, global economy, but also for lifelong learning. To do this, there are five critical concepts when planning instruction design for the future to consider.

Podcast: Pavel Luksha on Educating for Purpose, Potential, and the Planet

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This week we speak with Pavel Luksha, a leading education futurist. He’s a Professor of Practice at Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, the Director and founder of Global Education Futures, and serves on the advisory board for Whittle School and Studios.

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