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Why Schools Should Bridge the Generational Divide

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By: Julia Freeland Fisher. Julia reviews the lessons about bridging the generation gap in Marc Freeman's book, " How to Live Forever."

Preparing Today’s Learner’s for Tomorrow’s Challenges: 6 Key Factors of Personalized Learning

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By: Janet Pittock. We cannot predict the future for each of our students, we can predict that persistent, self-directed, life-long learners will be best positioned to prosper. Personalizing learning is essential to developing these skills in our learners.

What Moment Are You In?

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Tom explores what the question "what moment are you in?" means for education leaders and how the answer to that question shapes education policy.

2030 and Beyond…Will We Really Be Able to Still Compete?

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The term cultural competence has been used for decades to try and get business and education to think differently about the changing world. Yet, the term cultural competence is often limited to understanding another person’s culture but not changing anything about our own practices as a result of this understanding.  In response to this concern, several researchers began to use the term global competence instead.

Four Keys to Success at the Most Innovative Schools in the World

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Recent visits to renowned centers of innovation had David Ross pondering what it means to wear the label "one of the most innovative schools in the world." Here's what he learned made these institutions innovative.

The Progressive Schools of Philadelphia

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A look at some of the 10 progressive autonomous schools in the Philadelphia Innovation network expanding opportunities and serving families through local and national partnerships.

Education When Careers Are More Like Rock Climbing Than Ladders

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While at a recent conference, Tom attended a session where co-author of "The Second Machine Age," Andrew McAfee, discussed how "careers are looking more like rock climbing than ladder climbing in an economy."

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.