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Announcing Summit Sparks Podcast and T-Shirt Giveaway!

 

Summit Sparks, A New Podcast from Summit Learning

Summit Learning is excited to introduce its new podcast, Summit Sparks! Join us each week as we ignite discussions around a united vision for personalized teaching and learning.

Through monthly themed conversations, we invite students, educators, parents, learning scientists, and other members of the 56,000+ Summit Learning community to share their personal experiences, best practices, and evidence-based research to ensure that all students graduate high school equipped to lead fulfilled lives.

This Month’s Theme: Habits of Success

This month, we explore the theme of Habits of Success, which include mindsets like perseverance and resilience, the ability for students to set goals and advocate for themselves, and self-awareness — knowing who you are and what you’re passionate about. We also discuss how educators can help guide students in developing these habits in and out of the classroom.

How to Enter The Summit T-Shirt Giveaway

Summit Learning t-shirt
Review our new podcast, Summit Sparks, for a chance to win t-shirts from your entire grade-level team!

Through November, we’re offering Summit Learning and Summit Public Schools educators the chance to win a free Summit Learning T-shirt for their entire grade-level team!

  1. Find Summit Sparks on iTunes and leave a review. Please give your review a title — you’ll need this in step 2!
  2. Fill out the entry form with your contact information. Make sure to include the title of your iTunes review so that we can verify your entry.
  3. We’ll contact you within the month to let you know if you and your grade-level team members have won a set of Summit Learning T-shirts!


Want to find out more about the research principles behind Summit’s Habits of Success, one of four student outcomes? Check out A Guide to The Science of Summit, an introduction to the full white paper, The Science of Summit.

About the author

Lauren Faggella
A storyteller and former educator, Lauren Faggella is dedicated to turning the Summit Learning community's stories and ideas into great content that informs and inspires a range of audiences. Prior to joining Summit Public Schools, Lauren was a professional freelance writer and third-grade teacher in Rhode Island. She earned her MEd from the University of Rhode Island and BA in English from Elon University.