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Creating Global Competence in Response to the 4th Industrial Revolution

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By: Dr. Margy Jones-Carey. Creating a global mindset doesn’t mean starting all over in your classroom. It is as simple as refocusing project-based learning, makerspaces, and STEM to think globally!

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

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In today’s episode, we speak with Rebecca Parks and Dr. William Nicely. Dr. Nicely is the Superintendent of Kearney School District and Rebecca is the leader of two schools within the district — Southview Elementary and LENS.

Work Experiences Are as Important to Career Prep as School

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Work experiences can be as important as formal education (high school and college in particular) in terms of shaping career preferences and readiness.

The State of Creativity in America’s Schools

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Despite a historical emphasis on rote learning and memorization, today’s economy and society demands students who can demonstrate creativity and critical thinking. In response, Gallup conducted a study revealing the state of creativity in America’s schools.

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.

Puget Sound Schools: Making Interest-Based Learning Meaningful and Intentional

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By: Kelly Niccolls and Rebecca Midles. Kelly and Rebecca take us on a tour of select Puget Sound schools that adopt the Whole Child Initiative, focused on community partnership and rearing the next generation of local industry expertise.

The Persistence of Misconceptions

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David Ross, formerly the Senior Director for the Buck Institute for Education and CEO of the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, continues a monthly series chronicling his decision to go from classroom to boardroom and back again.  In this edition, he focuses on the rugged persistence of misconceptions.

Incubate, Replicate and Scale: How Dallas is Creating Great High School Options

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Rebecca explores how Dallas ISD is providing students with choice through P-techs - schools that are a partnership between high schools, colleges, and industry partners.

Approaching Career Readiness in Alternative Education

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Emily Liebtag and Lauren Barry visit Boston Day and Evening Academy to learn how they are paving new roads to college & career readiness.

The Power of Purpose-Based Learning

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By: Terra Tarango. Learning becomes relevant to students when instilled with purpose. It also helps them make a positive impact on the world.

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