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GettingSmart.com in the News
- 100 Outstanding Sites Tackling Education Reform
- The Top Twitter Feeds in Education Policy, by Educationnext
- EdTech’s 2013 Must-Read K-12 IT Blogs
- 50 Excellent Online Professional Development Resources for Teachers, by BestCollegesOnline.com
- The Best Education Blogs for 2014, by TeachThought.com
- DigiLearn Launch Interview With Tom Vander Ark on UNC-TV
Getting Smart in the News
- “Successful ways to fund 1:1″ by Liz Logan on Amplify
- “7 ways games may save our schools” by Jay Mathews on the Washington Post
- “The man who knows everything” by David Gelles on Financial Times Magazine
- “What Can We Learn About Learning” by Michael Horn on Forbes
- “Getting Smart Envisions a Smarter System of Schooling” by Michael Horn on Forbes
- “The Educational World Is Flat” by Jonathan Wai on Psychology Today
- “Online Learning Benefits Everyone” by Stephanie Hoagland on thinktanK12
- “Transforming Education Through Personal Digital Learning” by Sam Santhosh
- “Tom Vander Ark Publishes New Book” on PresenceLearning
- “Expert: Schools need to get online” by Bill Bush, Columbus Dispatch
Syndication & Reach
Getting Smart has a rapidly growing audience on GettingSmart.com as well as its Facebook and Twitter. GettingSmart.com publishes more than 100 articles monthly and receives on average 200,000 visits monthly. Getting Smart also sends a newsletter bimonthly that reaches more than 6,000 website subscribers.
The Getting Smart Facebook page has a quickly growing audience of more than 3,900 likes. On Twitter, Getting Smart has a quickly growing audience of more than 23,000 followers. The edReformer Twitter account has more than 26,000 followers. Tom Vander Ark at @TVanderArk has more than 25,000 followers. Getting Smart also manages a handful of additional Twitter accounts such as @CVanderArk, @CarriSchneider and @KarenVanderArk.
Media Contact Info
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