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Conversations with individuals around the world challenging the status quo in education Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

Latest Episodes

Season 2, Episode 4 - Tricia Pettis & Michaela Loo

Tricia Pettis & Michaela Loo Personalized Learning Coaches at South View Middle School, just outside of Minneapolis You can find them both on Twitter @triciapettis10 and @MichaelaMLoo In this episode: The 30,000 foot perspective of personalized learning Misconceptions about personalized learning Example of personalized learning at it’s finest How do students initially respond to this pedagogical shift? How have they evolved? This is a big mindset shift for many teachers. What are some of the mental obstacles you think teacher’s face? How do we get over them? Strategies to “go personalized” Big picture/philosophical advice for teachers/administrators to implement personalized learning? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

33 MINJUL 25
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Season 2, Episode 4 - Tricia Pettis & Michaela Loo

Season 2, Episode 3 - Arthur Chadwick

Arthur Chadwick Double Major at VCU, Mechanical Engineering & Disruptive Innovation Founder & President of Hyperloop VCU Where to Find Arthur and His Work: LinkedIn - Arthur Chadwick www.hyperloopatvcu.com In This Episode: Hyperloop technology and the future implications for travel Past educational influences and experiences Hyperloop at VCU and Elon Musk Learning from failures and successes What do you do with a disruptive innovation major? How do you balance it all? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

33 MINMAY 24
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Season 2, Episode 3 - Arthur Chadwick

Season 2, Episode 2 - Ted Dintersmith

Ted Dintersmith Author, Speaker, Producer, Advocate Find anything and everything about Ted at www.teddintersmith.com and on Twitter @dintersmith What’s the disconnect between our personal passions for education and kids coming out great and what is stated about education in polls? Is it sign of our hopelessness rather than our not caring? Or is there something else going on entirely? You’re a Virginia guy...a lot of times I hear people say “we can’t do that here.” So, let’s debunk some things what’s possible in the Commonwealth as far as innovation is concerned? When you look at modern organizations that are truly thriving, a lot of the decision making is decentralized. I think of a few different things and maybe you can draw a connection with all of these, but I think of Toyota, Clayton Christensen’s work, lean startup principles from Eric Ries, and design thinking at IDEO. And yet, in education, if I have a great idea, I can’t implement without approval from 10 different ...

39 MINAPR 10
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Season 2, Episode 2 - Ted Dintersmith

Season 2, Episode 1 - Somiah Lattimore & Todd Nuckols

Todd Nuckols Executive Director, Lighthouse Labs Somiah Lattimore Managing Director, Lighthouse U Director of Experiential Learning, VCU da Vinci Center www.lighthouselabsrva.com Self-introductions What is Lighthouse Labs? What is Lighthouse U? Why the focus on colleges and universities? What are the principles behind Lean startup? How does someone think like an entrepreneur? Can the status quo and entrepreneurship co-exist? What do you hope the long-term outcome is from our upcoming panel, ReimagineRVA, on innovation, entrepreneurship, and reimagining the purpose of school? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

28 MINAPR 6
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Season 2, Episode 1 - Somiah Lattimore & Todd Nuckols

Episode 30 - Julia Freeland Fisher

Julia Freeland Fisher Author, Who You Know: Unlocking Innovations That Expand Students' Networks Director of Education Research, Clayton Christensen Institute HOW TO FIND HER WORK: https://www.christenseninstitute.org/ Twitter @juliaffreeland WHAT’S IN THIS EPISODE? Disruptive innovation What is it? Why should folks in education care? You wrote a blog post at the beginning of the year titled: A Look Back At What We Learned in 2018. People can read the article, but I’d like to combine a couple of those questions into one: What does the future of K12 and Higher Education look like? Her book How can social capital unlock student potential, what can we do to get it for students, and whose responsibility is it? Innovation & ESSA( Every Student Succeeds Act) What can & can’t be done in schools? See the report HERE Final Question What conversations do we need to have in our own neck of the woods to move the needle in the right direction in education? --- Support this podcast: https://an...

36 MINFEB 11
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Episode 30 - Julia Freeland Fisher

Episode 29 - 7th Grade Inventions & Innovations Class (Raw & Uncut)

An end of the semester conversation with my 7th grade Inventions & Innovations class. We talked about some of their favorite projects, the purpose of school, and reimagining education. None of them are experts in the field, but they get the big picture. Tune in! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

26 MINJAN 31
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Episode 29 - 7th Grade Inventions & Innovations Class (Raw & Uncut)

Episode 28 - Tom Vander Ark

Tom Vander Ark -CEO, Getting Smart -First Executive Director of Education for Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation -Former Superintendent Where to connect with Tom: -Getting Smart -On Twitter @tvanderark In this episode: -Profile of a Virginia Graduate, Henrico Learner Profile, and how to use it -Tom’s recent article titled “What Game Are You Playing: Improvement or Innovation? -Relationship between innovation and equity -Future of work and its implications -The value of an entrepreneurial mindset -”Advanced” degrees and higher education -The “Guidance Gap” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

33 MINJAN 3
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Episode 28 - Tom Vander Ark

Episode 27 - Kelly Young

Kelly Young Executive Director of Education Reimagined In this episode... From Anthropology to Law to Education…? Education: How we’ve ended up here Is learner-centered education “just another thing”? Why is the status quo so committed to standardized testing? Better alternatives? Examples of what education should look like in 2018? Final question: what would you tell a district that is considering creating a space for disruptive innovation? Find Kelly and her work at: www.educationreimagined.org @EdReimagined Make sure to check out Pioneering Magazine too at: https://education-reimagined.org/articles/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

31 MIN2018 NOV 30
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Episode 27 - Kelly Young

Episode 26 - Garret Westlake

Garret Westlake, Executive Director of VCU da Vinci Center In this episode... -Self-Introduction -How’d you end up in RVA? -For those that may not know, what does the Da Vinci center do? -Could you talk about Hyperloop for a minute? -You know I’m a middle school educator, why is middle school such a great time for creativity and innovation? -Taking the education focus a step further: what’s working and what needs to go? -Why should people be paying attention to what’s happening at VCU and in Richmond? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

24 MIN2018 OCT 30
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Episode 26 - Garret Westlake

Episode 25 - Will Morris

Founder & CEO, EdConnective @edconnective Google “edconnective” Email will@edconnective.com -Why did you create EdConnective? -Why aren’t principal observations good enough? -Part of what I tell my students and colleagues all the time is “some people are going to love what you do, but some are going to doubt your abilities and hate on you for trying to change things.” What do your haters/doubters say? -A friend of mine, Don Wettrick says that every student doesn’t need to be an entrepreneur but all of them should be able to think like one. What are your feelings about that? -What does a kid “need” to thrive in the real world? -If you could waive a magic wand and change one thing about K12 education, what would it be? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

25 MIN2018 OCT 9
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Episode 25 - Will Morris

Latest Episodes

Season 2, Episode 4 - Tricia Pettis & Michaela Loo

Tricia Pettis & Michaela Loo Personalized Learning Coaches at South View Middle School, just outside of Minneapolis You can find them both on Twitter @triciapettis10 and @MichaelaMLoo In this episode: The 30,000 foot perspective of personalized learning Misconceptions about personalized learning Example of personalized learning at it’s finest How do students initially respond to this pedagogical shift? How have they evolved? This is a big mindset shift for many teachers. What are some of the mental obstacles you think teacher’s face? How do we get over them? Strategies to “go personalized” Big picture/philosophical advice for teachers/administrators to implement personalized learning? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

33 MINJUL 25
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Season 2, Episode 4 - Tricia Pettis & Michaela Loo

Season 2, Episode 3 - Arthur Chadwick

Arthur Chadwick Double Major at VCU, Mechanical Engineering & Disruptive Innovation Founder & President of Hyperloop VCU Where to Find Arthur and His Work: LinkedIn - Arthur Chadwick www.hyperloopatvcu.com In This Episode: Hyperloop technology and the future implications for travel Past educational influences and experiences Hyperloop at VCU and Elon Musk Learning from failures and successes What do you do with a disruptive innovation major? How do you balance it all? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

33 MINMAY 24
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Season 2, Episode 3 - Arthur Chadwick

Season 2, Episode 2 - Ted Dintersmith

Ted Dintersmith Author, Speaker, Producer, Advocate Find anything and everything about Ted at www.teddintersmith.com and on Twitter @dintersmith What’s the disconnect between our personal passions for education and kids coming out great and what is stated about education in polls? Is it sign of our hopelessness rather than our not caring? Or is there something else going on entirely? You’re a Virginia guy...a lot of times I hear people say “we can’t do that here.” So, let’s debunk some things what’s possible in the Commonwealth as far as innovation is concerned? When you look at modern organizations that are truly thriving, a lot of the decision making is decentralized. I think of a few different things and maybe you can draw a connection with all of these, but I think of Toyota, Clayton Christensen’s work, lean startup principles from Eric Ries, and design thinking at IDEO. And yet, in education, if I have a great idea, I can’t implement without approval from 10 different ...

39 MINAPR 10
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Season 2, Episode 2 - Ted Dintersmith

Season 2, Episode 1 - Somiah Lattimore & Todd Nuckols

Todd Nuckols Executive Director, Lighthouse Labs Somiah Lattimore Managing Director, Lighthouse U Director of Experiential Learning, VCU da Vinci Center www.lighthouselabsrva.com Self-introductions What is Lighthouse Labs? What is Lighthouse U? Why the focus on colleges and universities? What are the principles behind Lean startup? How does someone think like an entrepreneur? Can the status quo and entrepreneurship co-exist? What do you hope the long-term outcome is from our upcoming panel, ReimagineRVA, on innovation, entrepreneurship, and reimagining the purpose of school? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

28 MINAPR 6
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Season 2, Episode 1 - Somiah Lattimore & Todd Nuckols

Episode 30 - Julia Freeland Fisher

Julia Freeland Fisher Author, Who You Know: Unlocking Innovations That Expand Students' Networks Director of Education Research, Clayton Christensen Institute HOW TO FIND HER WORK: https://www.christenseninstitute.org/ Twitter @juliaffreeland WHAT’S IN THIS EPISODE? Disruptive innovation What is it? Why should folks in education care? You wrote a blog post at the beginning of the year titled: A Look Back At What We Learned in 2018. People can read the article, but I’d like to combine a couple of those questions into one: What does the future of K12 and Higher Education look like? Her book How can social capital unlock student potential, what can we do to get it for students, and whose responsibility is it? Innovation & ESSA( Every Student Succeeds Act) What can & can’t be done in schools? See the report HERE Final Question What conversations do we need to have in our own neck of the woods to move the needle in the right direction in education? --- Support this podcast: https://an...

36 MINFEB 11
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Episode 30 - Julia Freeland Fisher

Episode 29 - 7th Grade Inventions & Innovations Class (Raw & Uncut)

An end of the semester conversation with my 7th grade Inventions & Innovations class. We talked about some of their favorite projects, the purpose of school, and reimagining education. None of them are experts in the field, but they get the big picture. Tune in! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

26 MINJAN 31
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Episode 29 - 7th Grade Inventions & Innovations Class (Raw & Uncut)

Episode 28 - Tom Vander Ark

Tom Vander Ark -CEO, Getting Smart -First Executive Director of Education for Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation -Former Superintendent Where to connect with Tom: -Getting Smart -On Twitter @tvanderark In this episode: -Profile of a Virginia Graduate, Henrico Learner Profile, and how to use it -Tom’s recent article titled “What Game Are You Playing: Improvement or Innovation? -Relationship between innovation and equity -Future of work and its implications -The value of an entrepreneurial mindset -”Advanced” degrees and higher education -The “Guidance Gap” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

33 MINJAN 3
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Episode 28 - Tom Vander Ark

Episode 27 - Kelly Young

Kelly Young Executive Director of Education Reimagined In this episode... From Anthropology to Law to Education…? Education: How we’ve ended up here Is learner-centered education “just another thing”? Why is the status quo so committed to standardized testing? Better alternatives? Examples of what education should look like in 2018? Final question: what would you tell a district that is considering creating a space for disruptive innovation? Find Kelly and her work at: www.educationreimagined.org @EdReimagined Make sure to check out Pioneering Magazine too at: https://education-reimagined.org/articles/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

31 MIN2018 NOV 30
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Episode 27 - Kelly Young

Episode 26 - Garret Westlake

Garret Westlake, Executive Director of VCU da Vinci Center In this episode... -Self-Introduction -How’d you end up in RVA? -For those that may not know, what does the Da Vinci center do? -Could you talk about Hyperloop for a minute? -You know I’m a middle school educator, why is middle school such a great time for creativity and innovation? -Taking the education focus a step further: what’s working and what needs to go? -Why should people be paying attention to what’s happening at VCU and in Richmond? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

24 MIN2018 OCT 30
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Episode 26 - Garret Westlake

Episode 25 - Will Morris

Founder & CEO, EdConnective @edconnective Google “edconnective” Email will@edconnective.com -Why did you create EdConnective? -Why aren’t principal observations good enough? -Part of what I tell my students and colleagues all the time is “some people are going to love what you do, but some are going to doubt your abilities and hate on you for trying to change things.” What do your haters/doubters say? -A friend of mine, Don Wettrick says that every student doesn’t need to be an entrepreneur but all of them should be able to think like one. What are your feelings about that? -What does a kid “need” to thrive in the real world? -If you could waive a magic wand and change one thing about K12 education, what would it be? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aftered/support

25 MIN2018 OCT 9
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Episode 25 - Will Morris

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