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EduThirdSpace is a podcast that addresses three questions: What is education? Where does it occur? Who gets to decide?

Latest Episodes

Episode 10: Local Decision-Making for Public Schools in a Mayoral-Controlled School District

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Colleen Pawlicki about Local School Councils, which are a part of Chicago Public Schools. Colleen Pawlicki is a Ph.D. candidate at Indiana University-Bloomington in Education Policy and Educational Leadership. While at IU, Colleen was the Associate Instructor for the Global Gateway for Teachers' Urban Program, a teacher preparation program for aspiring urban educators. She is a former high school teacher in Chicago Public Schools, where she taught English and created one of Chicago's largest student councils. She resides in Indianapolis with her husband. Support the podcast: Donate by visiting the website: www.eduthirdspace.com. Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Play. Leave a review wherever you listen to the podcast. Music from: www.bensound.com

61 MIN4 d ago
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Episode 10: Local Decision-Making for Public Schools in a Mayoral-Controlled School District

Episode 9: Museum Education and Learning Social Studies through Anthropology

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Sarah Hatcher about museum education. Sarah Junk Hatcher serves as the Head of Programs and Education for the Indiana University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (formerly the Mathers Museum of World Cultures). Her academic background includes degrees in social studies education and history from the University of North Dakota and a M.S. in arts administration from the University of Oregon. In addition to her museum work, Sarah is currently a part-time doctoral student in curriculum and instruction at Indiana University. Her professional and research interests include project-based learning in both classroom and museum settings, social studies education and history, and material culture. Subscribe to this podcast on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Play. Leave a review wherever you listen. Donate to the podcast by visiting the website: www.eduthirdspace.com Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter: @eduthirdspace Music from: www.bensound.com

44 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 9: Museum Education and Learning Social Studies through Anthropology

Episode 8: Skills-Based Education and Community Partnerships

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Dakota Pawlicki about community partnerships for education, competency-based learning, and his vision of the future of education and work. Dakota Pawlicki is a strategy officer at Lumina Foundation, an independent, private foundation in Indianapolis that is committed to making opportunities for learning beyond high school available to all. In that role, he leads Lumina’s community mobilization work, which focuses on leveraging cross-sector partnerships to make major gains in education beyond high school. Check out Lumina Foundation’s podcast, Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Talent, hosted by Dakota for more conversations about education and training after high school. Twitter - @DakotaPawlicki LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dakota-pawlicki-89594924/ Instragram - dakotapawlicki.lumina Subscribe to this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Google Play. Leave a review wherever you access this podcast. Donate to keep these conversations going by visiting www.eduthirdspace.com. Follow @eduthirdspace on Instagram and Twitter. Thank you for your continued support! Music from: www.bensound.com

65 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 8: Skills-Based Education and Community Partnerships

Episode 7: Early Intervention, Parents as Educators, and How Schooling Determines Learning

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Kimberly Shlaes about her role as an educator working with children experiencing developmental delays and their families. Kim, MAT, is the Director of Developmental Therapy Services at PlayWorks Therapy, a pediatric therapy clinic in the Roscoe Village neighborhood in Chicago. Kim is also a credentialed evaluator and service provider for The Illinois Early Intervention Program. Learn more about her organization here: http://playworkschicago.com Learn more about early intervention by visiting these site: http://www.wiu.edu/coehs/provider_connections/index.php https://www.dhs.state.il.us/page.aspx?item=30321 Subscribe to this podcast and leave a review wherever you listen. Donate to keep the conversations going by visiting the website: www.eduthirdspace.com Music from: www.bensound.com

--JUN 2
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Episode 7: Early Intervention, Parents as Educators, and How Schooling Determines Learning

Episode 6: The Journey of One Family to Home Education

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Bridget Busse. Bridget is the mother of two, soon to be three, children. Her kids are 5 and 2 years old, with another one coming in September! Her family is just getting started on their homeschooling journey and have a lot to learn and explore. You can follow her homeschooling journey on Instagram: @EdelweissAcademyofLearning. As a compliment to this episode, I recommend listening to episode 5 in which Amara Stuehling talks about her experience being a home educated child. Support EduThirdSpace: Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play. Leave a review on whichever platform you listen. Donate to the conversations by visiting the website: www.eduthirdspace.com/donate. Music from: www.bensounds.com

23 MINMAY 30
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Episode 6: The Journey of One Family to Home Education

Episode 5: Home Education and Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Amara Stuehling. Dr. Stuehling is the Assistant Director for the Global Gateway for Teachers at Indiana University. Through the Global Gateway for Teachers, teacher education majors in the School of Education have the opportunity to student teach immersed in a new culture in a variety of locations, including Chicago, the Navajo Nation, and in 18 countries around the world. She completed her Ph.D. in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education at Indiana University, with research focusing on young children’s linguistic and cultural learning in a partial immersion Spanish preschool. She joins me to talk about her experience being home educated at a young age compared to her husband's experience in public school. She also talks about why she did not become a school teacher and how schools of education can better prepare pre-service teachers as well as how they can shift focus to education beyond the school. Subscribe to this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Google Play. Leave a review wherever you access this podcast. Donate to keep these conversations going by visiting www.eduthirdspace.com Follow @eduthirdspace on Instagram and Twitter. Thank you for your continued support! Music from: www.bensound.com

39 MINMAY 27
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Episode 5: Home Education and Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners

Episode 4: Government Schools vs. Private Schools, and the Role of Families in Education

In this episode, Samantha speaks with William Reusch about his experiences working in the three primary models of schooling: charter schools, traditional public schools, and private schools. They discuss how these models are similar and different, including the role of standardized testing and compulsory school laws. They conclude by discussing the role of families in education. William Reusch is a high school social studies teacher. He has taught in a diverse array of schools for 14 years. He is a strong advocate for critical thinking, and applying curriculum directly to the lives of his students. Listen to his podcast, Cylinder Radio: cylinderradio.libsyn.com/ Follow him on Instagram: @willreusch His website is coming soon!: www.williamreusch.com If you work in the K-12 education sector, engage in conversations like these by requesting to join the Heterodox Academy K-12Education HxCommunity: heterodoxacademy.org/hxcommunities/ Subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play. Donate to keep the conversations going: www.eduthirdspace.com/donate Music from www.bensound.com

50 MINMAY 19
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Episode 4: Government Schools vs. Private Schools, and the Role of Families in Education

Episode 3: Education in Museums: Material Culture & Curation for Learning

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Kristin Otto about various types of museum and how museums are designed as a place to learn. Kristin Otto is a Ph.D. candidate in Indiana University’s Department of Anthropology and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. Her (soon-to-be-published) work as a museum anthropologist and curator focuses on how processes of making and repair impact our understandings of museum collections and material culture. You can read about her exhibitions-related work on Ghanaian figurative coffins in Museum Anthropology Review and Africa is a Country. Support the work of EduThirdSpace by donating: www.eduthirdspace.com/donate. And, by leaving a review wherever you listen to this podcast. Thank you for your support! Music from: www.bensound.com

63 MINMAY 12
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Episode 3: Education in Museums: Material Culture & Curation for Learning

Episode 2: Pedagogical practices and schools as the center of the community

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Jennifer Karnopp, educator, author, and researcher. Jenn is is a former school teacher and principal. She is currently working toward her PhD in Education Policy with a concentration in Educational Leadership. We discuss different pedagogical approaches to schooling that focus on the individual and put kids at the center of learning. We also discuss the various levels of government involved in public schooling with a focus on the importance of local control. Jenn has authored several books and articles. Check out the list below to learn where to find her work. Articles: Reigeluth, C. M., and Karnopp, J. R. (under review). Vision and action: Two sides of the coin for systemic change in educational systems. TechTrends. Karnopp, J. R. (2020). Ties that bind: Knowledge movement and tie formation in a regional principal’s learning network. Voices in Reform. X(X), XX-XX. Lochmiller, C.M. and Karnopp, J.R. (2020). Initiating a Network’s Renewal: Char...

44 MINMAY 7
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Episode 2: Pedagogical practices and schools as the center of the community

Episode 1: Introduction to the EduThirdSpace Podcast

Join Samantha, educator, research, and aspiring button pusher, for her new education podcast, EduThirdSpace. This episode will introduce you to the fundamental questions the podcast aims to address: What is education? Where does it occur? Who gets to decide? Get in early on the EduThirdSpace conversation… Visit the website: www.eduthirdspace.com Subscribe to the podcast. Share episodes with friends, family, colleagues, and perfect strangers. Talk about EDUCATION, not just school! Music from: www.bensound.com

1 MINMAY 6
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Episode 1: Introduction to the EduThirdSpace Podcast
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Latest Episodes

Episode 10: Local Decision-Making for Public Schools in a Mayoral-Controlled School District

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Colleen Pawlicki about Local School Councils, which are a part of Chicago Public Schools. Colleen Pawlicki is a Ph.D. candidate at Indiana University-Bloomington in Education Policy and Educational Leadership. While at IU, Colleen was the Associate Instructor for the Global Gateway for Teachers' Urban Program, a teacher preparation program for aspiring urban educators. She is a former high school teacher in Chicago Public Schools, where she taught English and created one of Chicago's largest student councils. She resides in Indianapolis with her husband. Support the podcast: Donate by visiting the website: www.eduthirdspace.com. Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Play. Leave a review wherever you listen to the podcast. Music from: www.bensound.com

61 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Episode 10: Local Decision-Making for Public Schools in a Mayoral-Controlled School District

Episode 9: Museum Education and Learning Social Studies through Anthropology

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Sarah Hatcher about museum education. Sarah Junk Hatcher serves as the Head of Programs and Education for the Indiana University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (formerly the Mathers Museum of World Cultures). Her academic background includes degrees in social studies education and history from the University of North Dakota and a M.S. in arts administration from the University of Oregon. In addition to her museum work, Sarah is currently a part-time doctoral student in curriculum and instruction at Indiana University. Her professional and research interests include project-based learning in both classroom and museum settings, social studies education and history, and material culture. Subscribe to this podcast on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Play. Leave a review wherever you listen. Donate to the podcast by visiting the website: www.eduthirdspace.com Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter: @eduthirdspace Music from: www.bensound.com

44 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 9: Museum Education and Learning Social Studies through Anthropology

Episode 8: Skills-Based Education and Community Partnerships

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Dakota Pawlicki about community partnerships for education, competency-based learning, and his vision of the future of education and work. Dakota Pawlicki is a strategy officer at Lumina Foundation, an independent, private foundation in Indianapolis that is committed to making opportunities for learning beyond high school available to all. In that role, he leads Lumina’s community mobilization work, which focuses on leveraging cross-sector partnerships to make major gains in education beyond high school. Check out Lumina Foundation’s podcast, Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Talent, hosted by Dakota for more conversations about education and training after high school. Twitter - @DakotaPawlicki LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dakota-pawlicki-89594924/ Instragram - dakotapawlicki.lumina Subscribe to this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Google Play. Leave a review wherever you access this podcast. Donate to keep these conversations going by visiting www.eduthirdspace.com. Follow @eduthirdspace on Instagram and Twitter. Thank you for your continued support! Music from: www.bensound.com

65 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 8: Skills-Based Education and Community Partnerships

Episode 7: Early Intervention, Parents as Educators, and How Schooling Determines Learning

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Kimberly Shlaes about her role as an educator working with children experiencing developmental delays and their families. Kim, MAT, is the Director of Developmental Therapy Services at PlayWorks Therapy, a pediatric therapy clinic in the Roscoe Village neighborhood in Chicago. Kim is also a credentialed evaluator and service provider for The Illinois Early Intervention Program. Learn more about her organization here: http://playworkschicago.com Learn more about early intervention by visiting these site: http://www.wiu.edu/coehs/provider_connections/index.php https://www.dhs.state.il.us/page.aspx?item=30321 Subscribe to this podcast and leave a review wherever you listen. Donate to keep the conversations going by visiting the website: www.eduthirdspace.com Music from: www.bensound.com

--JUN 2
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Episode 7: Early Intervention, Parents as Educators, and How Schooling Determines Learning

Episode 6: The Journey of One Family to Home Education

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Bridget Busse. Bridget is the mother of two, soon to be three, children. Her kids are 5 and 2 years old, with another one coming in September! Her family is just getting started on their homeschooling journey and have a lot to learn and explore. You can follow her homeschooling journey on Instagram: @EdelweissAcademyofLearning. As a compliment to this episode, I recommend listening to episode 5 in which Amara Stuehling talks about her experience being a home educated child. Support EduThirdSpace: Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play. Leave a review on whichever platform you listen. Donate to the conversations by visiting the website: www.eduthirdspace.com/donate. Music from: www.bensounds.com

23 MINMAY 30
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Episode 6: The Journey of One Family to Home Education

Episode 5: Home Education and Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Amara Stuehling. Dr. Stuehling is the Assistant Director for the Global Gateway for Teachers at Indiana University. Through the Global Gateway for Teachers, teacher education majors in the School of Education have the opportunity to student teach immersed in a new culture in a variety of locations, including Chicago, the Navajo Nation, and in 18 countries around the world. She completed her Ph.D. in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education at Indiana University, with research focusing on young children’s linguistic and cultural learning in a partial immersion Spanish preschool. She joins me to talk about her experience being home educated at a young age compared to her husband's experience in public school. She also talks about why she did not become a school teacher and how schools of education can better prepare pre-service teachers as well as how they can shift focus to education beyond the school. Subscribe to this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Google Play. Leave a review wherever you access this podcast. Donate to keep these conversations going by visiting www.eduthirdspace.com Follow @eduthirdspace on Instagram and Twitter. Thank you for your continued support! Music from: www.bensound.com

39 MINMAY 27
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Episode 5: Home Education and Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners

Episode 4: Government Schools vs. Private Schools, and the Role of Families in Education

In this episode, Samantha speaks with William Reusch about his experiences working in the three primary models of schooling: charter schools, traditional public schools, and private schools. They discuss how these models are similar and different, including the role of standardized testing and compulsory school laws. They conclude by discussing the role of families in education. William Reusch is a high school social studies teacher. He has taught in a diverse array of schools for 14 years. He is a strong advocate for critical thinking, and applying curriculum directly to the lives of his students. Listen to his podcast, Cylinder Radio: cylinderradio.libsyn.com/ Follow him on Instagram: @willreusch His website is coming soon!: www.williamreusch.com If you work in the K-12 education sector, engage in conversations like these by requesting to join the Heterodox Academy K-12Education HxCommunity: heterodoxacademy.org/hxcommunities/ Subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play. Donate to keep the conversations going: www.eduthirdspace.com/donate Music from www.bensound.com

50 MINMAY 19
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Episode 4: Government Schools vs. Private Schools, and the Role of Families in Education

Episode 3: Education in Museums: Material Culture & Curation for Learning

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Kristin Otto about various types of museum and how museums are designed as a place to learn. Kristin Otto is a Ph.D. candidate in Indiana University’s Department of Anthropology and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. Her (soon-to-be-published) work as a museum anthropologist and curator focuses on how processes of making and repair impact our understandings of museum collections and material culture. You can read about her exhibitions-related work on Ghanaian figurative coffins in Museum Anthropology Review and Africa is a Country. Support the work of EduThirdSpace by donating: www.eduthirdspace.com/donate. And, by leaving a review wherever you listen to this podcast. Thank you for your support! Music from: www.bensound.com

63 MINMAY 12
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Episode 3: Education in Museums: Material Culture & Curation for Learning

Episode 2: Pedagogical practices and schools as the center of the community

In this episode, Samantha speaks with Jennifer Karnopp, educator, author, and researcher. Jenn is is a former school teacher and principal. She is currently working toward her PhD in Education Policy with a concentration in Educational Leadership. We discuss different pedagogical approaches to schooling that focus on the individual and put kids at the center of learning. We also discuss the various levels of government involved in public schooling with a focus on the importance of local control. Jenn has authored several books and articles. Check out the list below to learn where to find her work. Articles: Reigeluth, C. M., and Karnopp, J. R. (under review). Vision and action: Two sides of the coin for systemic change in educational systems. TechTrends. Karnopp, J. R. (2020). Ties that bind: Knowledge movement and tie formation in a regional principal’s learning network. Voices in Reform. X(X), XX-XX. Lochmiller, C.M. and Karnopp, J.R. (2020). Initiating a Network’s Renewal: Char...

44 MINMAY 7
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Episode 2: Pedagogical practices and schools as the center of the community

Episode 1: Introduction to the EduThirdSpace Podcast

Join Samantha, educator, research, and aspiring button pusher, for her new education podcast, EduThirdSpace. This episode will introduce you to the fundamental questions the podcast aims to address: What is education? Where does it occur? Who gets to decide? Get in early on the EduThirdSpace conversation… Visit the website: www.eduthirdspace.com Subscribe to the podcast. Share episodes with friends, family, colleagues, and perfect strangers. Talk about EDUCATION, not just school! Music from: www.bensound.com

1 MINMAY 6
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Episode 1: Introduction to the EduThirdSpace Podcast
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