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How Community Service Turns Today’s Students into Tomorrow’s High-Achievers

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By: Dr. David R. Schuler. A superintendent shares his district’s innovative approach to preparing students for the jobs of the future.

Creating Global Competence in Response to the 4th Industrial Revolution

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By: Dr. M. Jones-Carey. Creating a global mindset is as simple as refocusing project-based learning, makerspaces and STEM in your classroom.

Podcast: Rebecca Parks on Learning and Exploring through Nature and Science

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Kearney School District Superintendent Dr. Nicely, and R. Parks of Southview Elementary and LENS talk about learning through nature and science.

Getting Clearer: The Educational Imperative

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Getting Clearer is a series about sharpening our understanding of the liberatory innovations in education and work—join the meaning-making.

Student Innovators Use AI to Improve Public Speaking

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By: Divyesh K. et al. Four high school students in Houston saw the need for improved public speaking and created an application VoxLion to combat the problem.

The Power of Purpose-Based Learning

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By: T. Tarango. This is how to assist your students in positively impacting the world and how to inspire purpose-based learning in your classrooms.

Real World Learning at Dubiski Career High School

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CTE-focused high schools like Dubiski Career High School create career pathways through industry-specific academies, internships and entrepreneurship opportunities.

Affirming the Needs of Students with Disabilities in 21st Century Learning

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By: A. Parsi. The inclusion of students with disabilities has come a long way. It's time to push for inclusion in 21st-century learning systems too.

Podcast: Virginia Superintendent James Lane on Unleashing Innovation

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Today on the podcast, Tom is speaking with Dr. James Lane, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction at the Virginia Department of Education.

3 Reasons to Refresh Your Vision of Powerful Learning

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Tom outlines three things that may cause you to reconsider your personal picture of powerful learning experiences

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