Caroline Smrstik Gentner

BOLD Writer

Caroline Smrstik Gentner is a US-educated, European-based writer. She holds a Masters in Communications and Journalism from Stanford University, and was a political and economic correspondent for the German wire service dpa and the Economist Intelligence Unit in central and eastern Europe. As a communications professional, she has worked in financial services and the pharmaceutical industry. She is a mother and passionate about educational policy and teaching kids to think.


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Educreators Shapers of the Future, Photo: Marco Woldt
Educreators Shapers of the Future, Photo: Marco Woldt
Educreators Shapers of the Future, Photo: Marco Woldt
Educreators Shapers of the Future, Photo: Marco Woldt
Educreators Shapers of the Future, Photo: Marco Woldt
Educreators Shapers of the Future, Photo: Marco Woldt
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Image: Marco Woldt
Credit: Saturday Kids Singapore
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“n47e8” 360-degree learning and teaching space at the Bildungszentrum Limmattal, Credit: Marco Woldt
Digital Learning Lab at Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz, Credit: Marco Woldt
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Image: Jacobs Foundation
Jacobs Foundation
Interview with James Urdang
Interview with Noreen Huni
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Photo: Jacobs Foundation
Judy Stuart
Alex Beard
Alex Beard
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Pasi Sahlberg, Photo Matt Luciuk
Marian Diamond, Luna Productions
Chris Ferguson lab
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