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February Editorial Calendar Blog

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A new decade has dawned, and our recently published editorial calendar for 2020 is among the many changes we’re excited about at Getting Smart. We’ve divided each quarter of the year into overarching themes in order to guide our readers (and prospective writers) on a journey of exploration. In the first quarter of 2020, we’re taking a…

Show What You Know: A Parent’s Guide to the Global Shift to Competency

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Our education system has six big problems, but solutions spurred by global initiates are emerging to tackle these prevalent issues.

Podcast: Jean Eddy on Starting Early with Career Education

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In today’s episode, Tom Vander Ark is speaking with Jean Eddy, the CEO of American Student Assistance (ASA) and Annabel Cellini, the Chief Strategy Officer at ASA.

Why Self-Driving Vehicles Are The Key to Whole-Child Personalized-Learning

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By Jabez LeBret. There no debate about it; self-driving cars are going to be a reality. The debate is whether this will be sooner rather than later. The big question is: are school leaders up for the task of utilizing this new social environment to create greatness in our education system?

Providing the Right Learning Spaces for Students to Explore and Create

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Five ideas for learning spaces that create an environment that can empower students to explore passions and real-world problems.

Rev Up Robotics Aims for Computer Science Accessibility & Application

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Rev Up Robotics, the latest book from ISTE, is intended to be a hands-on, step-by-step guide for any teacher who wants to engage their students and teach real world skills through robotics. It is designed to help K-8 teachers in any content area get started in these skills, level-up practice and engage their students at higher levels.

Artificial Intelligence – The New Digital Divide?

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Despite the promises of artificial intelligence, it is critical that educators and administrators consider the unintended consequences.

24 Goals to Save the Planet (+1 in Case We Don’t)

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Studying the Global Goals students can develop leadership and problem-solving skills, and identify how they can become difference makers.

Podcast: Chad Dorsey on Modeling and Data Science in STEM Education

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On this week's podcast, Tom talks with Chad Dorsey, the President, and CEO of the Concord Consortium about data science and STEM education.

Engaging Online Learners in Real-World Problem Solving

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ASU Prep Digital offers innovative and high-quality learning opportunities by engaging online learners in real-world problem solving.

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