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The Future of Smart: Episode 2

Podcast host Dr. Ulcca Joshi Hansen speaks with author Annie Murphy Paul about her book The Extended Mind and how learning shifts when we break free of our brain bound conceptions of thought.

Grantmakers for Education

Investing in Academic Supports for Students Still Matters

Giving Compass

Research and Policy Implications of STEAM Education for Young Students

Education Commission of the States

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May 2022

The Future of Smart: Episode 2

Podcast host Dr. Ulcca Joshi Hansen speaks with author Annie Murphy Paul about her book The Extended Mind and how learning shifts when we break free of our brain bound conceptions of thought.

Grantmakers for Education
May 2022

How parents can help kids redefine what it means to be smart

In this episode of the Curation Corner, we discuss the article How Parents Can Help Kids Redefine What It Means To Be Smart by Ulcca Joshi Hansen. In what ways can we help our learners (and one another) to see and value the ways in which we ARE smart?

The Human School
May 2022

Measuring the Quality of Early Learning Environments: A guide to evaluating ideal learning environments for young children

This resource is a guide to evaluating ideal learning environments for young children that envisions a new, equity-driven approach for assessing the quality of programs, and demonstrates how the Principles of Ideal Learning framework (ideallearning.org) can be used to guide decision-making.

Trust for Learning
May 2022

A New Role for Higher Education: An Actionable Framework to Drive Regional Ecosystem Alignment

After 10 months of work with 11 higher education leaders across the country, the Education Design Lab offers higher education and ecosystem leaders a framework and resources to start aligning regional stakeholders and partners towards building a truly equitable future.

Education Design Lab
May 2022

50-State Comparison: Statewide Admissions Policies

What states or systems have adopted common admissions policies applicable to first-time, first-year students seeking admission at a four-year, baccalaureate institution?

Education Commission of the States
May 2022

Investing in Academic Supports for Students Still Matters

Schools have re-opened and want to help all students reach their potential. It is time for donors to re-consider supporting academic experiences as well as the social-emotional side of learning, says Grantmakers for Education's executive director, Celine Coggins.

Giving Compass

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