A Getting Smart keynote presentation is the perfect way to inspire, energize and inform the path forward. We specialize in speaking to rooms (screens) of district leaders, workplace leaders, educators and much more
At Getting Smart we believe in the power of a webinar to be a powerful interactive experience with the viewers, a place to personalize big trends and data and a way to introduce you to some of the most innovative leaders and locations in education.
One of our strengths is our ability to connect some of our favorite partners, districts and orgs and put together an incredible panel on a theme. Because we’ve called the group to assembly, we then are able to eruditely moderate the conversation to get to the highlights of each persons’ unique experience.
What do we love talking about?
The Future of Work
We discuss the ethical, economic and educational impacts of artificial intelligence and the Fourth Industrial Revolution and unpack what this means for workers and learners.
We discuss the many benefits of design thinking, strategy and innovation, public-private partnerships, impact investing, mindsets and public policy.
We demonstrate and discuss innovative learning models and school design, personalized and project-based learning, design thinking, place-based learning, social and emotional learning, competency-based education, advisory systems, and formative assessment.
Who does the talking?
Tom is a thought leader in the future of work and learning, leadership, impact investing, place-based education and difference making. His experience ranges from districts to non-profits and he has a track record of being ahead of education industry trends for the last 25 years.
Rebecca Midles is a thought leader transforming systems, learner-centered instructional frameworks & design, and social and emotional learning frameworks. She also can speak to creating a productive and inclusive school and district culture and modern leadership design.
Caroline Vander Ark specializes in speaking on community leadership, marketing, social media and storytelling. Her passion is growing people and enabling them to grow themselves.
Eric Nentrup’s years inside the classroom and up-close with edtech product have made him an impassioned speaker on student-centered instructional technology strategy, edtech, blended learning and competency-based learning.