Timeline: Hiring for Fall 2022 Semester This is a paid position open to US residents 18 years or older Getting Smart, a learning design firm focused on the future of education, is looking for a student interested in learning the ins and outs of running a highly trafficked digital publication.
Kelly Conn and Cherese Childers-McKee, two science graduates found their passion for teaching and together at Northeastern University, are helping to transform educator preparation.
Today, on the podcast is speaker and writer Michael Horn.Tom and Michael discuss Guild Education their newly launched company, Next Chapter.
In this episode of the Getting Smart podcast, we throw it back to an old episode featuring Emily Liebtag, Tom Vander Ark and senior Silicon Valley software engineer Gerald Huff on how artificial intelligence will impact the future and how important it is for today's students to #AskAboutAI.
On the podcast today, we are discussing artificial intelligence and the future of work and learning with guest Flynn Coleman, an international human rights attorney, a professor, and a social entrepreneur.
Tom chats with Maura Marino about the work happening in DC around new school development and improvement and how quarterback organizations can support innovative new schools and scale proven models.
Al4ALL is a new Oakland nonprofit that is introducing artificial intelligence to high school students —and, more specifically — girls. The goal is to help high school students learn to use AI for good and to increase diversity and inclusion in computer science. In this new podcast episode, Tom talk with Executive Director Tess Posner.
This week on the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom Vander Ark is welcoming back a return guest — Ryan Craig. Ryan is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of University Ventures and Achieve Partners.
Southern New Hampshire University has become one of the most important innovators in higher ed. In this episode, Tom interviews Paul LeBlanc, president of SNHU to learn how it’s become one of America’s leading non profit online universities, as well as hear more about the student experience and what LeBlanc’s learned about building a culture of innovation.
Today the Getting Smart staff speaks with Richard Barth, the CEO of the KIPP Foundation about his experience growing KIPP from 40 schools to 224 nationally and building a national brand.