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Media and Brand-Building in the Digital Age: Brandon Amoroso’s Insights on Leveraging Tech for Success

Media and brand-building

The world of media and brand-building is evolving at a breakneck pace. Traditional large agencies focusing on broadcast news are being replaced by innovative approaches leveraging new technologies. According to recent research, 84% of millennials don’t trust traditional advertising, highlighting the urgent need for new strategies. So, how are companies adapting to this shift?…

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K-12 EdTech Leadership Needs a Bigger Seat at the Table to Overcome Cybersecurity, Staffing, Professional Development Challenges

As we navigate the evolving landscape of K-12 education, the role of technology, as well as K-12 edtech leadership has never been more pivotal. Especially in the era of K-12 education post-pandemic, how has this influx of technology solutions for everything from curriculum management, to hybrid learning, to quiz gamification, to AI-supported learning, impacted…

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The Secured Podcast Challenges Ballistic Industry Giants

On a recent episode of the Secured Podcast, the hosts issued a bold challenge to the ballistic industry giants, including Armoured One. They invited industry leaders to their 11,000-acre Texas ranch, complete with a range and lodging, for a transparent, practical demonstration. The test will involve quarter-inch plate glass, like typical storefront windows, with…

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Changing the Classroom Paradigm: Academic Success and Life Skill Development with the 2Hr Learning Model

In an era where traditional schooling often fails to ignite students’ passions, the innovative 2hr Learning Model proposed by Alpha represents a significant shift in educational paradigms. This approach is not just timely but essential, as the quest for efficient and engaging education systems becomes more urgent in the face of global educational disparities….

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Linking Education with Employment: How Aspire Ability is Fighting Underemployment in the Navajo Nation

The urgency of linking education with employment within the Navajo Nation is critical, given the levels of underemployment in the community. This has sparked discussions on how to effectively bridge these gaps to foster community development and individual growth. With communities still reeling from the impact of COVID-19, targeted educational initiatives that align with…

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From the GED to a PhD to the Board of Directors: A Journey of Resilience and Empowerment

As society increasingly recognizes the importance of accessible education, the story of Kellie Blair Hardt, a GED Testing Service Board Member, and GED Math Tutor, stands out as a testament to the transformative power of education and a true journey of resilience and empowerment. The GED has long been a crucial stepping stone for…

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Excellence in Action: Lessons from the 2023 Yass Prize Winner

In the ever-evolving landscape of education, innovative approaches that genuinely address current demands are invaluable. This has become particularly relevant as the educational sector grapples with the aftermath of global disruptions like the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting a significant supply-demand imbalance in educational opportunities. The Yass Prize, with its focus on sustainable, transformational, outstanding, and…

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May 24, 2024

Innovations in healthcare were easy to spot at the recent HIMSS 2024 conference. Healthcare Rethink’s Brian Urban caught up with one of those innovators for a live discussion at HIMSS 2024. podcast, Their conversation opens a window and dialogue into the cutting-edge trends reshaping healthcare technology today. This episode features Dr. Craig Joseph, the…

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Achieving Professional Growth and Preventing Burnout: The Importance of Time Management and Support Networks in a Fast-Paced World
May 23, 2024

In today’s fast-paced world, balancing professional growth with personal well-being is more crucial than ever. With the rise of remote work, digital transformation, and the constant hustle culture, finding this balance has become a significant challenge for many. A survey conducted by Deloitte suggests that a whopping 77% of professionals experience burnout at work….

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In this episode of the Fans First series, Jesse Cole, the mastermind behind the Savannah Bananas, shares with us that in the vibrant world of marketing, creativity knows no bounds—a philosophy embodied by a prop room and studio teeming with eclectic costumes and outlandish ideas. This creative hub, seemingly disconnected from conventional themes like bananas,…

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NIL Deals and Transfer Portals are Also Impacting College Staff and Their Roles
May 23, 2024

College sports is undergoing a significant transformation with the advent of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) rights and the increasing prevalence of transfer portals. These changes are reshaping how college staff operate, presenting both opportunities and challenges. With the rise of NIL deals and transfer portals, understanding the behind-the-scenes impact on college coaching staff…

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Media and Brand-Building in the Digital Age: Brandon Amoroso’s Insights on Leveraging Tech for Success
May 24, 2024

The world of media and brand-building is evolving at a breakneck pace. Traditional large agencies focusing on broadcast news are being replaced by innovative approaches leveraging new technologies. According to recent research, 84% of millennials don’t trust traditional advertising, highlighting the urgent need for new strategies. So, how are companies adapting to this shift?…

Read More
K-12 EdTech Leadership Needs a Bigger Seat at the Table to Overcome Cybersecurity, Staffing, Professional Development Challenges

As we navigate the evolving landscape of K-12 education, the role of technology, as well as K-12 edtech leadership has never been more pivotal. Especially in the era of K-12 education post-pandemic, how has this influx of technology solutions for everything from curriculum management, to hybrid learning, to quiz gamification, to AI-supported learning, impacted…

Read More
Changing the Classroom Paradigm: Academic Success and Life Skill Development with the 2Hr Learning Model

In an era where traditional schooling often fails to ignite students’ passions, the innovative 2hr Learning Model proposed by Alpha represents a significant shift in educational paradigms. This approach is not just timely but essential, as the quest for efficient and engaging education systems becomes more urgent in the face of global educational disparities….

Read More
Linking Education with Employment: How Aspire Ability is Fighting Underemployment in the Navajo Nation

The urgency of linking education with employment within the Navajo Nation is critical, given the levels of underemployment in the community. This has sparked discussions on how to effectively bridge these gaps to foster community development and individual growth. With communities still reeling from the impact of COVID-19, targeted educational initiatives that align with…

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Excellence in Action: Lessons from the 2023 Yass Prize Winner
May 14, 2024

In the ever-evolving landscape of education, innovative approaches that genuinely address current demands are invaluable. This has become particularly relevant as the educational sector grapples with the aftermath of global disruptions like the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting a significant supply-demand imbalance in educational opportunities. The Yass Prize, with its focus on sustainable, transformational, outstanding, and…

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Empowering Women with Former Ambassador Lisa Gable: Why Individual Actions Have the Power to Change the World

As global challenges grow increasingly complex, the importance of individual action and the ripple effect it creates in the world has never been more critical. Former ambassador Lisa Gable explores this theme in a powerful conversation on the latest episode of DisruptED. Amidst ongoing global disruptions from technology and geopolitical tensions, the conversation delves…

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DisruptED in the D: The Incredible Story of Detroit’s Reclamation with Matt Cullen

Detroit’s reclamation symbolizes a significant turning point for a city once beleaguered by economic downturns and bankruptcy. A repeated winner of the best riverfront in the U.S. award, coupled with strategic urban developments like the relocation of General Motors to the Hudson Tower, reflects a broader trend of urban renewal driven by thoughtful planning…

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Military and Corporations Competing for Talent Must Utilize Education Incentives

It’s a fast-evolving workforce out there and the competition for talent has intensified, touching even the most traditional sectors such as the military. As companies, large and small, recognize the importance of investing in their employees through education benefits, a new landscape emerges where even the U.S. military must innovate to attract and retain…

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AI in Workforce Development: Businesses Must Harness the Power of Technology to Ensure Career Development Among Employees
May 8, 2024

The job market is undergoing a transformative period, heavily influenced by rapid technological advancements and the integration of artificial intelligence (AI). As industries face a critical skills gap, the traditional path from education to employment is being reevaluated. The role of AI in workforce development is gaining traction, with businesses increasingly adopting machine learning…

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Is the Traditional College Degree Obsolete? Digital Credentials are Emerging as Key to Bridging the Skills Gap

As job markets undergo a significant transformation, traditional higher education-to-employment pathways are increasingly under scrutiny. Digital badging and credentials have emerged as pivotal elements in recognizing and validating skills outside conventional degrees. Amidst a technological revolution that emphasizes skills over degrees, this alternative credentialing could reshape hiring practices and career development. As industries worldwide…

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Turning Tragedy into Triumph: How Ordinary People Can Channel the Power of Resilience to Make an Extraordinary Impact

Since time immemorial, stories of individuals turning tragedy into triumph have resonated deeply with society. Such narratives not only provide hope but also illuminate the profound impact of resilience. What does it take for ordinary individuals to channel personal loss into driving positive change in their communities? In the latest episode of DisruptED, host…

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Edtech Paves the Way for Adults to Learn Skills Outside Traditional Classrooms

TIME’s recent release of its first inaugural list of the world’s top edtech companies marks a significant moment in educational technology. The list showcases leaders from diverse markets including Singapore, the UK, Brazil, China, and the U.S., reflecting a global push towards innovative learning solutions. This publication comes at a time when the world…

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Military and Corporations Competing for Talent Must Utilize Education Incentives
May 9, 2024

It’s a fast-evolving workforce out there and the competition for talent has intensified, touching even the most traditional sectors such as the military. As companies, large and small, recognize the importance of investing in their employees through education benefits, a new landscape emerges where even the U.S. military must innovate to attract and retain…

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Media and Brand-Building in the Digital Age: Brandon Amoroso’s Insights on Leveraging Tech for Success
May 24, 2024

The world of media and brand-building is evolving at a breakneck pace. Traditional large agencies focusing on broadcast news are being replaced by innovative approaches leveraging new technologies. According to recent research, 84% of millennials don’t trust traditional advertising, highlighting the urgent need for new strategies. So, how are companies adapting to this shift?…

Read More
Changing the Classroom Paradigm: Academic Success and Life Skill Development with the 2Hr Learning Model

In an era where traditional schooling often fails to ignite students’ passions, the innovative 2hr Learning Model proposed by Alpha represents a significant shift in educational paradigms. This approach is not just timely but essential, as the quest for efficient and engaging education systems becomes more urgent in the face of global educational disparities….

Read More
From the GED to a PhD to the Board of Directors: A Journey of Resilience and Empowerment

As society increasingly recognizes the importance of accessible education, the story of Kellie Blair Hardt, a GED Testing Service Board Member, and GED Math Tutor, stands out as a testament to the transformative power of education and a true journey of resilience and empowerment. The GED has long been a crucial stepping stone for…

Read More
Excellence in Action: Lessons from the 2023 Yass Prize Winner

In the ever-evolving landscape of education, innovative approaches that genuinely address current demands are invaluable. This has become particularly relevant as the educational sector grapples with the aftermath of global disruptions like the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting a significant supply-demand imbalance in educational opportunities. The Yass Prize, with its focus on sustainable, transformational, outstanding, and…

Read More
Supporting Staff Wellbeing
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Supporting Staff Wellbeing
May 14, 2024

School Safety Today podcast, presented by Raptor Technologies. In today’s episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies, join host Dr. Amy Grosso as she sits down with Shannon Jenkins, M.Ed., Coordinator of Mental Health at Thompson School District in Loveland, Colorado. Together, they delve into the crucial topic of supporting staff wellbeing within…

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DisruptED in the D: The Incredible Story of Detroit’s Reclamation with Matt Cullen

Detroit’s reclamation symbolizes a significant turning point for a city once beleaguered by economic downturns and bankruptcy. A repeated winner of the best riverfront in the U.S. award, coupled with strategic urban developments like the relocation of General Motors to the Hudson Tower, reflects a broader trend of urban renewal driven by thoughtful planning…

Read More
Is the Traditional College Degree Obsolete? Digital Credentials are Emerging as Key to Bridging the Skills Gap

As job markets undergo a significant transformation, traditional higher education-to-employment pathways are increasingly under scrutiny. Digital badging and credentials have emerged as pivotal elements in recognizing and validating skills outside conventional degrees. Amidst a technological revolution that emphasizes skills over degrees, this alternative credentialing could reshape hiring practices and career development. As industries worldwide…

Read More
Turning Tragedy into Triumph: How Ordinary People Can Channel the Power of Resilience to Make an Extraordinary Impact

Since time immemorial, stories of individuals turning tragedy into triumph have resonated deeply with society. Such narratives not only provide hope but also illuminate the profound impact of resilience. What does it take for ordinary individuals to channel personal loss into driving positive change in their communities? In the latest episode of DisruptED, host…

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Bridging the Gap Between Traditional Education and Modern Needs: Why School Educators Need to Shift Focus to Durable Skills Part 1 of 2
May 1, 2024

Are Traditional educational systems and school educators struggling to keep pace with the demands of modern workplaces? With advancements in technology and a shifting global economy, educators must prepare students for jobs that exist now and for future roles yet to exist. This scenario raises significant questions about the relevance and adaptability of current…

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Digital Transformation in Education: Training Programs and Other Resources Can Help Teachers Feel Confident When Using New Technologies

Navigating the digital transformation in education, “Unbox Innovation” by Boxlight, hosted by Amy Shadroff, addresses the crucial role of technology in modern classrooms. As educators worldwide adapt to a post-pandemic environment, integrating digital tools in teaching and learning has become more significant than ever. In this era of evolving classrooms, how can educators bridge…

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Bridging the Gap Between Traditional Education and Modern Needs: Why School Educators Need to Shift Focus to Durable Skills Part 2 of 2

Educational methods are changing significantly, driven by the growing use of artificial intelligence and an emphasis on durable skills. As more people seek flexible, lifelong learning options, these tools are critical for modernizing education. This shift is essential given the increasing gap between conventional educational routes and the varied demands of the current job…

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School Violence Prevention and Response

In this episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies, Michelle Dawn Mooney sat down with Adam Coughran, President, Safe Kids, Inc.  During the conversation, they discussed proactive strategies for preventing violence in schools, focusing on the importance of communication channels within schools, behavioral awareness, and community involvement to aid in early detection and…

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The Secured Podcast Challenges Ballistic Industry Giants
May 17, 2024

On a recent episode of the Secured Podcast, the hosts issued a bold challenge to the ballistic industry giants, including Armoured One. They invited industry leaders to their 11,000-acre Texas ranch, complete with a range and lodging, for a transparent, practical demonstration. The test will involve quarter-inch plate glass, like typical storefront windows, with…

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The Dual Nature of AI: Good Intentions, Bad Outcomes?

On this episode of the Secured Podcast, hosts Mike Matranga and Mike Monsive from ASAP Security Services delved into the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in enhancing security measures. Despite concerns, AI has revolutionized security protocols by enabling proactive responses to potential threats. Highlighting recent AI advancements such as Google Gemini and updated versions…

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Bullying, Suicide, and Society The Unseen Crisis in K-12 Education

In a recent episode of the Secured podcast hosted by Mike Matranga and Mike Monsive of ASAP Security Services, the tragic case of a transgender student named Nicks Benedict from Oklahoma grabbed national attention. Benedict, a 16-year-old who identified with he and they pronouns, died by suicide after a bullying incident at school. The…

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Seeing Through the Smoke of School Safety Products

In a recent episode of Secured, hosts Mike Matranga and Mike Monsive shed light on the inadequacies of certain security measures, particularly focusing on the flaws of silent panic alarms in educational institutions. Matranga expressed his dismay at the prevalence of unproven security products being promoted at various conferences and expos. He highlighted the push…

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Enhancing Law Enforcement Training for K-12 Security Incidents
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Enhancing Law Enforcement Training for K-12 Security Incidents
April 15, 2024

In a recent discussion on Secured with hosts Mike Matranga and Mike Monsive, the conversation delved into the intricacies of school security measures and the necessity of prioritizing comprehensive safety protocols over singular technological solutions. Highlighting the case of Utah’s mandate for gun detection systems in schools, the hosts emphasized the importance of holistic…

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Revisiting the Mesquite School Shooting: Debating Use of Force and De-escalation Tactics

In the wake of a recent school shooting at Pioneer Technology and Arts Academy in Mesquite, Texas, the Secured podcast, hosted by Mike Matranga and Mike Monsive, CEOs of M6 Global Defense and ASAP Security respectively, delves into critical insights and solutions for school security. This incident underscores the pressing need for effective preventive…

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Eradicating the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Amidst mounting concerns over school safety, CEOs Mike Matranga of M6 Global Defense and Mike Monsive of ASAP Security engage in a gripping dialogue. Drawing from their extensive expertise, Matranga and Monsive shed light on the intricacies of ensuring security within educational settings. With the rise of incidents contributing to the school-to-prison pipeline, stakeholders are…

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Innovations in School Safety: Navigating Complex Challenges

In a recent episode of “Secured,” Federal Agent Shane Giblin and School Safety Director Jason Stoddard delved into the complexities of the school safety and security landscape. With years of experience between them, their insights shed light on the challenges and considerations facing educational institutions today. The Proliferation of Experts Agent Giblin highlighted the…

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Digital Defense: Addressing Cyber Threats in Education
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Digital Defense: Addressing Cyber Threats in Education
March 25, 2024

Amidst the digital transformation of education, cybersecurity has emerged as a critical concern for schools worldwide. With technological advancements flooding the educational space, institutions face the daunting task of balancing innovation with the protection of sensitive data and digital infrastructure. Cybersecurity in education extends beyond traditional measures to encompass the holistic well-being of students…

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AI Revolution in School Safety: How Video Analytics Enhances Security and Peace of Mind

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the field of security, particularly in the realm of video analytics. Kevin Davis, J.D., CPP, Assistant Director of Public Safety, highlights the significant impact AI-driven video analytics is having on school safety and security. As schools face increasing security challenges and often have limited resources, AI-driven video analytics serve as…

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Implementing MimioSTEM for Learning Success at Father Yermo Schools

Learning Success is the ultimate goal for education. At Father Yermo Schools, the integration of Boxlight’s MimioSTEM solution transformed educational experiences and outcomes to achieve that success. David Peña, a Principal at Father Yermo Schools, shares a compelling narrative on how this innovative technology, from interactive panels to robotics, has revolutionized both teaching and…

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Protecting Our Educators: The Impact of Burnout on School Security

In a recent bonus segment of “Secured,” Ron Stefanski, host of the Disrupted podcast, shed light on a pressing issue in the education sector: the surge in burnout and turnover among teachers, especially in K-12 schools. The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated the burnout challenges faced by educators, with many reaching a breaking point and opting…

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Supporting Staff Wellbeing
May 14, 2024

School Safety Today podcast, presented by Raptor Technologies. In today’s episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies, join host Dr. Amy Grosso as she sits down with Shannon Jenkins, M.Ed., Coordinator of Mental Health at Thompson School District in Loveland, Colorado. Together, they delve into the crucial topic of supporting staff wellbeing within…

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Empowering Women with Former Ambassador Lisa Gable: Why Individual Actions Have the Power to Change the World
May 14, 2024

As global challenges grow increasingly complex, the importance of individual action and the ripple effect it creates in the world has never been more critical. Former ambassador Lisa Gable explores this theme in a powerful conversation on the latest episode of DisruptED. Amidst ongoing global disruptions from technology and geopolitical tensions, the conversation delves…

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DisruptED in the D: The Incredible Story of Detroit’s Reclamation with Matt Cullen
May 13, 2024

Detroit’s reclamation symbolizes a significant turning point for a city once beleaguered by economic downturns and bankruptcy. A repeated winner of the best riverfront in the U.S. award, coupled with strategic urban developments like the relocation of General Motors to the Hudson Tower, reflects a broader trend of urban renewal driven by thoughtful planning…

Read More
Military and Corporations Competing for Talent Must Utilize Education Incentives
May 9, 2024

It’s a fast-evolving workforce out there and the competition for talent has intensified, touching even the most traditional sectors such as the military. As companies, large and small, recognize the importance of investing in their employees through education benefits, a new landscape emerges where even the U.S. military must innovate to attract and retain…

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AI in Workforce Development: Businesses Must Harness the Power of Technology to Ensure Career Development Among Employees
May 8, 2024

The job market is undergoing a transformative period, heavily influenced by rapid technological advancements and the integration of artificial intelligence (AI). As industries face a critical skills gap, the traditional path from education to employment is being reevaluated. The role of AI in workforce development is gaining traction, with businesses increasingly adopting machine learning…

Read More
Is the Traditional College Degree Obsolete? Digital Credentials are Emerging as Key to Bridging the Skills Gap
May 8, 2024

As job markets undergo a significant transformation, traditional higher education-to-employment pathways are increasingly under scrutiny. Digital badging and credentials have emerged as pivotal elements in recognizing and validating skills outside conventional degrees. Amidst a technological revolution that emphasizes skills over degrees, this alternative credentialing could reshape hiring practices and career development. As industries worldwide…

Read More
Turning Tragedy into Triumph: How Ordinary People Can Channel the Power of Resilience to Make an Extraordinary Impact
May 1, 2024

Since time immemorial, stories of individuals turning tragedy into triumph have resonated deeply with society. Such narratives not only provide hope but also illuminate the profound impact of resilience. What does it take for ordinary individuals to channel personal loss into driving positive change in their communities? In the latest episode of DisruptED, host…

Read More
Bridging the Gap Between Traditional Education and Modern Needs: Why School Educators Need to Shift Focus to Durable Skills Part 1 of 2
May 1, 2024

Are Traditional educational systems and school educators struggling to keep pace with the demands of modern workplaces? With advancements in technology and a shifting global economy, educators must prepare students for jobs that exist now and for future roles yet to exist. This scenario raises significant questions about the relevance and adaptability of current…

Read More
Digital Transformation in Education: Training Programs and Other Resources Can Help Teachers Feel Confident When Using New Technologies
May 1, 2024

Navigating the digital transformation in education, “Unbox Innovation” by Boxlight, hosted by Amy Shadroff, addresses the crucial role of technology in modern classrooms. As educators worldwide adapt to a post-pandemic environment, integrating digital tools in teaching and learning has become more significant than ever. In this era of evolving classrooms, how can educators bridge…

Read More