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Content that enables educators, edleaders, organizations and families to increase capacity, apply a growth mindset and implement what's next in learning on behalf of those entrusted to them.

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Content that enables educators, edleaders, organizations and families to increase capacity, apply a growth mindset and implement what's next in learning on behalf of those entrusted to them.

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Trace Pickering on Community-Connected Projects

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Trace Pickering of Iowa BIG to discuss community-connected projects and purpose.

A New Vision for a New Administration: Whole-Child Development, Learning and Thriving

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We need whole-child design now more than ever. It is essential to keep neuroscience and development at the core of learning.

Randy Ziegenfuss on Learner-Centered Leadership

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On this episode Tom is joined by Kelly Young to chat with Randy Ziegenfuss about learner-centered leadership and to thank him for his career in education.

Getting Clearer: Schooling Loss, Not Learning Loss

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By: Kelly Niccolls & Rebecca Midles. Students have experienced school loss and peer interaction loss, not learning loss. Kelly and Rebecca outline how educators can help students continue forward in their learning journey.

Kim Smith on Creating Schools, Companies and the Pahara Institute

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom chats with Kim Smith about her commitment to leadership, philanthropy and building.

Making a Difference: Education for Refugees

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Dr. Ilene Winokur has been educating displaced refugees and mentoring emerging education leaders, creating opportunities, and making a difference for people in the Middle East for three decades.

Joe Erpelding on Magical Schools and Thrively

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Joe Erpelding, a long time principal in the Poway School District, leader at Design39 and now a team member of Thrively.

With Remote Professional Learning, The Opportunities Are Boundless

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By: Juliana Finegan. With the move to remote learning, remote professional learning (PD) is also offering teachers a number of innovation opportunities.

The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals Could Be Our Standards

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International Educator and Thought Leader Nicholas Martino is advocating that we could use the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals as a framework for teaching and learning.

The Future of Learning with Dr. Pamela Moran, Byron Sanders and Dr. Ed Hess

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On this episode, Ed Hess, Pam Moran and Byron Sanders discuss the future of learning and, more specifically, the future of high school.

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