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Helping Students Thrive in San Diego

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This week we're bringing you a bonus episode to share the great interviews we got to do at iNACOL. Grab your headphones and hear the story of Thrive Public Schools. How it started, what they've learned and where they're headed next.

Active Learning, Data-Informed Decisions and Security Headline Educause

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Tom recently attended the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference where he spoke with Cisco’s Education Advocate, Dr. Lance Ford, about active learning, data-driven supports, and flexible secure learning.

The World of Work — in Elementary School

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Learn how Cajon Valley Union School District's World of Work program helps students "take responsibility for their own learning."

Randy Ziegenfuss on Teacher Leadership and Student-Centered Learning

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In this episode, Tom chats with Randy Ziegenfuss about his journey as an educator, his time at Salisbury and his podcast, "Shift Your Paradigm."

10 (Interpersonal) Traits of Innovative School Leaders

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There is no perfect recipe to be an effective and innovative school leader. However, there are traits and interpersonal skills that are essential to the mindset. This post explores what those are. This post explores the traits and interpersonal skills that are essential to the mindset of successful innovative leaders

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.

Why You Should Create a Collaborative Classroom This Year

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By: Dr. Monica Burns. Collaborative classrooms can help students prepare for the skills they need today and in the future.

Arts and Unique Abilities

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Discover how one organization uses the power of the creative arts to activate and amplify the voice and choice of its students.

School’s Out: What if School Did Not 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.”

Helping CAOs Make the Shift to Personalized Learning

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Explore the difference between managed instruction and next generation learning, and learn ten elements of comprehensive solutions to the challenge of helping chief academic officers reframe their work.

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