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Podcast: Chad Dorsey on Modeling and Data Science in STEM Education

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On this week's podcast, Tom talks with Chad Dorsey, the President, and CEO of the Concord Consortium about data science and STEM education.

Engaging Online Learners in Real-World Problem Solving

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ASU Prep Digital offers innovative and high-quality learning opportunities by engaging online learners in real-world problem solving.

The Value of a STEM/Humanities Partnership

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By: Jamie Back. Jamie provides ideas to help integrate humanities into STEM classes and suggests projects for STEM/humanities partnerships that illustrate the value that diverse disciplines bring to problem-solving.

Principia: The Future of Tradition

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Principia, a private K-12 school in St. Louis, redesigned their facilities to promote project-based learning. Here’s why the change has led to a massive shift in culture and curriculum that better meets the needs of 21st-century students.

LEAP Innovations 2020 Framework

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The LEAP Learning Framework is constructed of its four core components of personalized learning. Personalized learning is focused on, led with and demonstrated by the learner, and is connected to career-relevant, real-world skills and opportunities.

Podcast: Giving the Gift of Place (Repost)

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Today, the Getting Smart team is bringing you another throwback episode from the Getting Smart Podcast vault! And given that it’s the holiday season, it only makes sense to share an episode that’s all about giving the gift of place.

Kansas City Young Audiences: Integrating Creativity at Scale

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Mason Pashia discusses Kansas City Young Audiences (KCYA), part of the national Young Audiences organization is a KC staple for inspiring young minds towards creativity.

Providing for Different Learning Styles

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VARK learning styles (visual, auditory, read/write, and kinesthetic) and ways to provide learning experiences that meet student needs.

The Intellectual Hunger of Teachers

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D. Ross. This month's edition of chronicling the author's return to the classroom focuses on the persistent intellectual hunger of American teachers.

Podcast: Listening to Kids and Designing From Scratch for Timeless Learning

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Pam Moran is passing the torch in Albemarle County after 32 years, leaving a great example of what she calls “contemporary progressive education".

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