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Going Global with Virtual Field Trips

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Why use AR and VR? These tools enable educators to provide powerful opportunities for students to do more than learn through videos or photos.

20 Signs of Progress at Singapore American School

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In this week's episode of the podcast Tom talks about the progress seen at Singapore American School when it comes to prepping students for life and college.

Public Education 25 Years From Now

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By: Neerav Kingsland. What might public education look like 25 years from now? The future is hard to predict, but it can be fun to try.

Rethinking the College Pipeline: Leading University Gains Youth Badging Platform

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Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and LRNG recently announced they're merging to "build a learning and workforce solution for cities and employers across the U.S." In this post, Tom explores what this means for the future of learning and work.

Facebook For Education: Activate, Collaborate, Innovate

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With the recent launch of its new Facebook for Education microsite, Facebook is showing that innovation is not just a part of its past, it is a part of its future. Here are some of their top resources for education.

New Merger Brings Learning and Workforce Solution for Cities Across the U.S.

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Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and LRNG merge to deploy innovative community-based education strategy in cities across the U.S. Discover what that means for the future of learning and work.

iNACOL Symposium 2018: Driving the Transformation of Learning

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Heading to iNACOL Symposium 2018? So are we! Here is a list of sessions, workshops, and events we will be participating in.

Teaching Design Thinking to Hack School and Prep for Complexity

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In this episode of the podcast, Tom chats with Sam Seidel about design thinking and how it can slow down and discover the true root of the problem in education.

The Evolution of the Denver Public Schools Portfolio

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Denver Public Schools is the district to watch when it comes to portfolios. Tom shares how the DPS portfolio model is the one to watch.

School’s Out: What If Schools, As We Know Them, Didn’t Exist?

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The School’s Out paper sets up an entry point for learner-centered leaders and their communities to imagine education from a blank slate, while maintaining an honest commitment to developing actionable ideas.

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