In this Getting Smart podcast, Tom Vander Ark and author Paul Tough discuss his new book, Helping Children Succeed, which includes combining personalized and project-based learning in next-gen learning models, building relationships and pedagogy.
For episode two of the Getting Smart Podcast, Bonnie talks Deeper Learning and education leadership prep with Jeff Petty, Founder & Director of the Puget Sound Consortium for School Innovation, a Big Picture Learning initiative.
In this episode of the Getting Smart podcast, I chat with David Woods of Dreambox Learning to better understand how technology and blended learning can be leveraged to cultivate young mathematicians.
In this episode of the Getting Smart podcast, Tom interviews two of the authors of Education Reimagined "Schools Out" paper, Amy Anderson and Scott Van Beck. Listen in as they about family participation in learner advocate networks, flexibility within the learner’s day, the expanded role the community could play in offering learning opportunities for students, how teachers and community members could shift into the role of learning designers, and much more.
An inside look (and listen) at a recent conversation Tom had with David Michael Slater about his new book, We’re Doing It Wrong: 25 Ideas in Education That Just Don’t Work—And How to Fix Them. In the book, Slater exposes some bad assumptions and makes the case for how good ideas have gone bad. Listen in to learn more
Santa Ana Unified School District serves a high need southern California community with three important innovations. In this episode we talk with Santa Ana USD's Deputy Superintendent David Haglund about the forward-learning work of the district and the Advanced Learning Academy.
On this episode of the Getting smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Amir Nathoo to discuss Outschool and a marketplace for educators.
Victoria Bergsagel, President of Architects of Achievement builds bridges between educational practice and architecture, especially when it comes to fulfilling the learning needs of students.
In this episode of the podcast, Zoran Popovic, Director of the Center for Game Science at the University of Washington, chats about computer science, gaming, virtual reality and how we can help today's students be successful using artificial intelligence.