By: Paul Teske and Sarah Brown Wessling. Video can enhance learning in a variety of ways including teaching new content, differentiation, scaffolds and support, and management.
David continues a monthly series where he examines the rich resources and deep challenges of teaching during the time of coronavirus.
By: JoJuan Armour. JoJuan shares three approaches to support teachers and allow them to prioritize their own social emotional wellness.
By: Kate Eberle Walker. In a post-pandemic world, to remain attractive as employers, school districts should consider remote work solutions to win the battle for employee retention.
With all students having now experienced virtual learning, face-to-face environments will need to differentiate and maximize for continued success.
By: Keith Krueger. During COVID-19, Keith provides steps that can be taken to keep children learning at home.
How might we rethink the ways students show their genius? With Credentialed Learning, students have ownership of creating their academic selves, determine where they’re headed and with whom they share their journey. Credentialed Learning throws out the traditional measurements of success and signals a new way to show human…
Over the years, we’ve been fortunate to partner with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation on a number of different education and learning initiatives. Our most recent partnership focuses on Real World Learning, an initiative to get high school students varied and formative hands-on experiences doing real work within their communities.
Getting Smart has partnered with the Future of Learning Council to bring flexible personalized leadership coaching and capacity building to Michigan School Districts. Thanks to a partnership with the Future of Learning Council, coaching will be $500 per hour, or your team can purchase a package of five coaching sessions…
On this episode, we're joined by representatives of Embark Education to discuss embedding learning within local businesses.