Hardeep Gulati and Marcy Daniel on PowerSchool’s Unified Classroom Experience
Today on the podcast, the Getting Smart team is speaking with Hardeep Gulati, CEO and Marcy Daniel, the Chief Product Officer of PowerSchool about their unifying technology tools for the classroom.
Podcast: Listening to Kids and Designing From Scratch for Timeless Learning
Pam Moran is passing the torch in Albemarle County after 32 years, leaving a great example of what she calls “contemporary progressive education".
Getting Smart Podcast | America’s Edu Power Couple On Balancing Innovation and Execution
Erin Mote and Eric Tucker, co-founders of Brooklyn Lab Charter School, discuss building a durable school that is also future-ready, as well as a customized learning platform from scratch.
Podcast: Ron Berger on Helping Students Become Leaders of their Own Learning
On this weeks episode, Tom is speaking with Ron Berger, the Chief Academic Officer at EL Education on helping students become leaders.
Getting Smart Podcast | Barry Schuler on the Power of Networks
Barry Schuler, entrepreneur and partner at the DFJ Growth Fund, chats more with Tom Vander Ark about his part in the creation of the internet, the future of smart machines and the power of networks.
Getting Smart Podcast | Backstabber to Lovetrain: Don Shalvey on District-Charter Relations
This episode of the podcast features Don Shalvey, Deputy Director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discussing school networks, district-charter relations and the 70s songs that best describe them.
The Getting Smart Podcast: Season One Summary
We're celebrating our 40th episode of the Getting Smart Podcast this week as we wrap up Season One. Here is a list of all of the podcasts we've created with education leaders across the nation over the past year.
EduCatered: Gabby Dedrick
On this episode of EduCatered Shawnee is joined by Gabby Dedrick, High School Math and Robotics Coach and Teacher at Notre Dame de Sion in Kansas City
Filling the Gaps: Staffing Teachers After the Great Resignation
Financial support, streamlining credential processes and earn-and-learn programs are all powerful tools in cultivating a new, stronger pool of teachers.
How a Focus on School Culture Can Save the Teaching Profession
By: Dr. Arun Ramanathan. To improve the quality of public education, schools should recognize the potential of cultivating its teachers' work environment.