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25 Books for Educators to Explore

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25 books written by educators of different backgrounds and experiences for educators to explore a variety of topics.

Podcast: Rebecca Amis on Taking Student-Centered Learning Global

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The Getting Smart team talks about student-centered learning with Rebecca Amis the co-founder of MUSE School in Calabasas, California.

Coronavirus Offers Teachable Moments and Wakeup Call for All Schools

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Teachers from across Asia share their insights about the impact of the coronavirus on education.

Podcast: Beth Anderson on Learner Differences

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Beth Anderson shares her thoughts on learner differences. She leads the Hill Learning Center, a K–12 non-profit based in Durham, North Carolina.

Demo Day for Difference Makers: Emerson Collective

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Emerson Collective's annual Demo Day brings together thinkers, innovators, and change-makers for a day of dialogue and celebration.

2020 New Year’s Resolutions: Changes in Practice to Benefit the Whole Child

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We can create the best learning environment for students if we take the time to reflect, reconsider and reimagine our teaching practices.

Where Can You Make the Biggest Difference?

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Strengths and interests dominate our career choices, but what would happen if we added effective altruism in the mix?

Never Too Young to Be An Activist

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By: Liz Pitofsky. Service Learning Project (SLP) explains how they engage youth in organizing projects to solve problems in their schools and communities.

How Community Service Turns Today’s Students into Tomorrow’s High-Achievers

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By: Dr. David R. Schuler. A superintendent shares his district’s innovative approach to preparing students for the jobs of the future.

Why Making Time for Reflection Matters: 5 Ideas to Try

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The art of reflection lets us evaluate our actions for more impactful teaching and learning. These five ideas can help make reflection part of your routine.

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