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Beginning in the fall of 2018, Montour School District will offer a new program in AI, providing students with a myriad of opportunities to explore and experience AI, using it to cultivate, nurture, and enhance initiatives aimed at increasing the public good. Learn more here.

The post Coming This Fall to Montour School District: America’s First Public School AI Program appeared first on Getting Smart.

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More than 1,400 educators from more than 150 schools across the U.S. and from Australia braved July humidity in St. Louis to further activate their network's commitment to powerful learning and the “power of us”. Here’s a look at network effect in action.

The post The Power of Us: A Network Powering Projects, Changing Lives appeared first on Getting Smart.

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Listen in to part two of our SXSW EDU podcast featuring interviews from leaders, learners and educators at this year's conference. Hear what they have to say about the future of learning and why they attend and present at SXSW.

The post Learning from Leaders, Students and Educators at SXSW EDU Part Two appeared first on Getting Smart.

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What if we asked kids what their dream machine would do, then helped them build it? MyMachine in Belgium (and expanding globally) is doing just that and offering thousands of children the opportunity to dream.

The post Asking Kids to Dream–And Bringing Dreams to Life appeared first on Getting Smart.

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New book from Tom Vander Ark and Lydia Dobyns explores and showcases the power of school networks in education.

The post Better Together: How to Leverage School Networks for Smarter Personalized and Project Based Learning appeared first on Getting Smart.

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By: Cathy Sanford. The Blended and Personalized Learning Conference just finished up. Cathy shares 3 lessons educators are taking away from this year's conference.

The post Designing Professional Learning Experiences: 3 Lessons from BPLC18 appeared first on Getting Smart.

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By: Jason McKenna. Continuous acknowledgment of the power of a robust curriculum that enables teachers to have meaningful interactions with their students will lead to change, no matter how fast and varied our technological terrain becomes.  

The post Change is Difficult, But It is Possible appeared first on Getting Smart.

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By: Wayne D'Orio. Indian Springs High School transformed their school culture by focusing on building relationships and incentivizing students to make good decisions.

The post Incentivizing Great Behavior in Challenging School Settings appeared first on Getting Smart.

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How are you celebrating National Summer Learning Day? Here are 5 resources to help get you started and keep you learning.

The post 5 Resources for National Summer Learning Day appeared first on Getting Smart.

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By Erin Werra. Students need skills like accountability to be ready for the future. Here are four ways educators can encourage and support accountability

The post 4 Ways to Promote Student Accountability appeared first on Getting Smart.

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