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The MoonshotEdu Show

Education Innovation Podcast by Dr. Bernard Bull

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The MoonshotEdu show is a weekly podcast dedicated to challenging the status quo in conventional education, exploring educational innovation and entrepreneurship, and getting more deeply informed about the possibilities in education. It is a place to celebrate curiosity, human agency, and a love of learning. This is a podcast for people who want to explore ideas that matter and join in helping to create the future of education.

Latest Episodes

060 - An Interview with Nadine Strossen About Why Free Speech Matters and Implications for Education

In this interview with Nadine Strossen, former president of the ACLU and author of HATE: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship, we discuss the importance of free speech and the role that education institutions can play in preserving it.

36 MIN2018 SEP 4
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060 - An Interview with Nadine Strossen About Why Free Speech Matters and Implications for Education

059 An Interview with David Price About Co-Creating the Future of Education

In this episode of the show, we continue our exploration of futures in education with eye-opening and thought-provoking insights from David Price, futurist and author of Open: How We'll Work, Live, and Learn in the Future.

35 MIN2018 AUG 29
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059 An Interview with David Price About Co-Creating the Future of Education

058 - An Interview with Jerry Muller About the Tyranny of Metrics

We live in an ever-growing age of big data, metrics and analytics. What are the implications for education? Is there a potential dark side to these metrics? If so, what is it and how might we respond. We explore these and related questions with Dr. Jerry Muller, author of The Tyranny of Metrics.

33 MIN2018 AUG 9
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058 - An Interview with Jerry Muller About the Tyranny of Metrics

057 - An Interview with Bryan Alexander About Imagining Possible Futures in Education

In this interview with Bryan Alexander, we explore the power of scenarios and questions for imagining new and promising futures in education.

48 MIN2018 AUG 2
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057 - An Interview with Bryan Alexander About Imagining Possible Futures in Education

056 - An Interview with Karen Myers of The Fred Rogers Center

In this interview with Karen Myers, we explore the incredible, inspiring, persistent, and incredibly relevant legacy of Fred Rogers.

40 MIN2018 JUL 26
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056 - An Interview with Karen Myers of The Fred Rogers Center

055 - An Interview with 9 Billion Schools on How Learning Should be as Different as Fingerprints

Lauren Della Bella and Dick Thomas, authors of 9 Billion Schools, join the show to discuss the importance of learning space design, how learning should be as individual as fingerprints, and much more.

44 MIN2018 JUL 19
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055 - An Interview with 9 Billion Schools on How Learning Should be as Different as Fingerprints

054 - An interview with Drew Petty about Skillful Helping Employers and Job Seekers

What if we could help employers find the qualified candidates while helping job seekers advance their careers? In this interview with Drew Petty of Skillful, we learn about one effort to shift our thinking about such matters to a skill-based (and not just a credential-based) mindset and approach.

38 MIN2018 JUL 12
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054 - An interview with Drew Petty about Skillful Helping Employers and Job Seekers

053 - An Interview with Rebecca Winthrop About Leapfrogging and Global Education Innovation

In this episode, we learn from Rebecca Winthrop, author of Leapfrogging Inequality: Remaking Education to Help Young People Thrive. Rebecca is Director at the Center for Universal Education and Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute. She offers an important global perspective on education innovation that has implications for education in all parts of the world.

50 MIN2018 JUL 5
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053 - An Interview with Rebecca Winthrop About Leapfrogging and Global Education Innovation

052 - An Interview with Robin Goldberg - Chief Experience Officer at Minerva

In this episode, Robin Goldberg, Chief Experience Officer at Minerva, talks about the impact and lessons learned since the start of Minerva's inaugural class in 2014. Robin shares insights about incredible student gains in 21st century skills over a student's first eight months at the school, the truly global experience that students get, and the rich and integrated internship experiences that are paired with a classroom experience built upon what they consider the best of learning science. Among other things, Robin offers a few insights from the 2017 MIT Press book, Building the Intentional University: Minerva and the Future of Higher Education.

41 MIN2018 JUN 28
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052 - An Interview with Robin Goldberg - Chief Experience Officer at Minerva

051 - An Interview with Stephen Downes about Open Education and More

In this interview with Stephen Downes, Stephen blends substantive thinking and real-world application of that thinking, giving him a particularly valuable vantage point from which to make sense of the frontiers of education. He the mind behind theOLDaily, a co-creator behind the first connectivist MOOC, and among many other things, a senior researcher at the National Research Council of Canada. In this interview, we explore open education, the current limitations of AI and its potential in the future, education trends to watch, and much more.

58 MIN2018 JUN 21
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051 - An Interview with Stephen Downes about Open Education and More

Latest Episodes

060 - An Interview with Nadine Strossen About Why Free Speech Matters and Implications for Education

In this interview with Nadine Strossen, former president of the ACLU and author of HATE: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship, we discuss the importance of free speech and the role that education institutions can play in preserving it.

36 MIN2018 SEP 4
Comments
060 - An Interview with Nadine Strossen About Why Free Speech Matters and Implications for Education

059 An Interview with David Price About Co-Creating the Future of Education

In this episode of the show, we continue our exploration of futures in education with eye-opening and thought-provoking insights from David Price, futurist and author of Open: How We'll Work, Live, and Learn in the Future.

35 MIN2018 AUG 29
Comments
059 An Interview with David Price About Co-Creating the Future of Education

058 - An Interview with Jerry Muller About the Tyranny of Metrics

We live in an ever-growing age of big data, metrics and analytics. What are the implications for education? Is there a potential dark side to these metrics? If so, what is it and how might we respond. We explore these and related questions with Dr. Jerry Muller, author of The Tyranny of Metrics.

33 MIN2018 AUG 9
Comments
058 - An Interview with Jerry Muller About the Tyranny of Metrics

057 - An Interview with Bryan Alexander About Imagining Possible Futures in Education

In this interview with Bryan Alexander, we explore the power of scenarios and questions for imagining new and promising futures in education.

48 MIN2018 AUG 2
Comments
057 - An Interview with Bryan Alexander About Imagining Possible Futures in Education

056 - An Interview with Karen Myers of The Fred Rogers Center

In this interview with Karen Myers, we explore the incredible, inspiring, persistent, and incredibly relevant legacy of Fred Rogers.

40 MIN2018 JUL 26
Comments
056 - An Interview with Karen Myers of The Fred Rogers Center

055 - An Interview with 9 Billion Schools on How Learning Should be as Different as Fingerprints

Lauren Della Bella and Dick Thomas, authors of 9 Billion Schools, join the show to discuss the importance of learning space design, how learning should be as individual as fingerprints, and much more.

44 MIN2018 JUL 19
Comments
055 - An Interview with 9 Billion Schools on How Learning Should be as Different as Fingerprints

054 - An interview with Drew Petty about Skillful Helping Employers and Job Seekers

What if we could help employers find the qualified candidates while helping job seekers advance their careers? In this interview with Drew Petty of Skillful, we learn about one effort to shift our thinking about such matters to a skill-based (and not just a credential-based) mindset and approach.

38 MIN2018 JUL 12
Comments
054 - An interview with Drew Petty about Skillful Helping Employers and Job Seekers

053 - An Interview with Rebecca Winthrop About Leapfrogging and Global Education Innovation

In this episode, we learn from Rebecca Winthrop, author of Leapfrogging Inequality: Remaking Education to Help Young People Thrive. Rebecca is Director at the Center for Universal Education and Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute. She offers an important global perspective on education innovation that has implications for education in all parts of the world.

50 MIN2018 JUL 5
Comments
053 - An Interview with Rebecca Winthrop About Leapfrogging and Global Education Innovation

052 - An Interview with Robin Goldberg - Chief Experience Officer at Minerva

In this episode, Robin Goldberg, Chief Experience Officer at Minerva, talks about the impact and lessons learned since the start of Minerva's inaugural class in 2014. Robin shares insights about incredible student gains in 21st century skills over a student's first eight months at the school, the truly global experience that students get, and the rich and integrated internship experiences that are paired with a classroom experience built upon what they consider the best of learning science. Among other things, Robin offers a few insights from the 2017 MIT Press book, Building the Intentional University: Minerva and the Future of Higher Education.

41 MIN2018 JUN 28
Comments
052 - An Interview with Robin Goldberg - Chief Experience Officer at Minerva

051 - An Interview with Stephen Downes about Open Education and More

In this interview with Stephen Downes, Stephen blends substantive thinking and real-world application of that thinking, giving him a particularly valuable vantage point from which to make sense of the frontiers of education. He the mind behind theOLDaily, a co-creator behind the first connectivist MOOC, and among many other things, a senior researcher at the National Research Council of Canada. In this interview, we explore open education, the current limitations of AI and its potential in the future, education trends to watch, and much more.

58 MIN2018 JUN 21
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051 - An Interview with Stephen Downes about Open Education and More
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