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Featuring the leading thinkers, practitioners, and experts navigating the future of learning, Remaking Tomorrow podcast is powered by Remake Learning, a network of people and organizations that ignite engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change.

Featuring the leading thinkers, practitioners, and experts navigating the future of learning, Remaking Tomorrow podcast is powered by Remake Learning, a network of people and organizations that ignite engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change.

Location:

United States

Description:

Featuring the leading thinkers, practitioners, and experts navigating the future of learning, Remaking Tomorrow podcast is powered by Remake Learning, a network of people and organizations that ignite engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change.

Language:

English


Episodes

S2 Ep16: Youth Takeover - Jasmine, Emanuel, Vaughn & Cameron (Pittsburgh Westinghouse)

6/9/2022
In this special youth takeover episode, produced in collaboration with KnowledgeWorks, Westinghouse freshmen Jasmine Pierre, Vaughn Allie, Emanuel Askew and Cameron Mitchell discuss their views on personalized and equitable learning.

Duration:00:15:18

S2 Ep15: Youth Takeover - Leonard (Bishop Canevin) and Gordon (Central Catholic)

6/2/2022
In this special youth takeover episode, produced in collaboration with KnowledgeWorks, Oakland Catholic Junior Tian LeGrande welcomes Leonard Aiken (Bishop Canevin sophomore) and Gordan Missouri (Central Catholic sophomore) to discuss their views on personalized and equitable learning.

Duration:00:11:03

S2 Ep14: Youth Takeover - Lee (City Charter), Jhordan (Propel Schools), and Michael (Pittsburgh Perry)

5/26/2022
In this special youth takeover episode, produced in collaboration with KnowledgeWorks, Pittsburgh Allderdice and UPrep junior Ethan LeCuyer welcomes Lee Butler (City Charter grad), Jhordan Price (Propel Schools grad), and Michael Mitchell (Pittsburgh Perry junior) to discuss their views on personalized and equitable learning.

Duration:00:18:46

S2 Ep13: Youth Takeover - Rishi and Daniel (Winchester Thurston)

5/19/2022
In this special youth takeover episode, produced in collaboration with KnowledgeWorks, North Allegheny High School junior Brendan White and Pittsburgh CAPA sophomore Henry Bard welcome Rishi Mukherjee and Daniel Kochupura (juniors at Winchester Thurston) to discuss their views on personalized and equitable learning.

Duration:00:19:52

S2 Ep12: Youth Takeover - Mohammad Shedeed (South Fayette)

5/12/2022
In this special youth takeover episode, produced in collaboration with KnowledgeWorks, Penn Trafford junior Delena Steimer and Pittsburgh CAPA sophomore Henry Bard welcome Mohammad Shedeed (South Fayette) to discuss his views on personalized and equitable learning.

Duration:00:13:50

S2 Ep11: Youth Takeover - Aura (Fox Chapel), Roma and Alex (Westinghouse Arts Academy)

5/5/2022
In this special youth takeover episode, produced in collaboration with KnowledgeWorks, Penn Trafford junior Delena Steimer and Pittsburgh CAPA sophomore Henry Bard welcome Aura (Fox Chapel), Roma and Alex (Westinghouse Arts Academy) to discuss their views on personalized and equitable learning.

Duration:00:20:10

S2 Ep10: Lysa Ratliff, Kaboom

5/3/2022
Lysa Ratliff, CEO of Kaboom!, joins us to talk about the issue of playspace inequity in the US and the importance of play for kids and adults alike.

Duration:00:20:50

S2 Ep9: Devin Vodicka & Katie Martin, Learner-Centered Collaborative

4/26/2022
Devin Vodicka, chief executive officer, and Katie Martin, chief impact officer at Learner-Centered Collaborative, join us to talk about the impact of redesigning education systems to be centered on the learner, their interests, and needs.

Duration:00:21:20

S2 Ep8: Dorie Taylor & Yu-Ling Cheng, Remake Learning Days Across America

4/19/2022
Dorie Taylor and Yu-Ling Cheng, producer and co-producer of Remake Learning Days Across America, join us to talk about the development of Remake Learning Days and the importance of learning by sampling from resources in one's own community.

Duration:00:21:26

S2 Ep7: Talia Milgrom-Elcott, 100Kin10

4/12/2022
Talia Milgrom-Elcott, founder and executive director of 100Kin10, joins us to talk about the success of adding 100,000 excellent STEM teachers to classrooms across the US over the past decade and her organization's next moonshot goal.

Duration:00:21:36

S2 Ep6: Bill Daggett, AASA Learning 2025 National Commission

4/5/2022
Dr. Bill Daggett, founder of the Successful Practices Network and the International Center for Leadership in Education joins us to talk about the changes needed to bring education into the 21st century as outlined by the AASA Learning 2025 National Commission of which Dr. Daggett is co-chair.

Duration:00:21:33

S2 Ep5: Anna Blake and Melissa Unger, Educators

3/29/2022
Anna V. Blake and Melissa Unger, educators at Elizabeth Forward School District and South Fayette School District respectively, join us to talk about the youtube channel and book they've developed and written to aid young learners discover STEAM topics using simple and low-tech resources.

Duration:00:21:00

S2 Ep4: Ellen Galinsky, Researcher/Writer

3/22/2022
Ellen Galinsky, co-founder and president of the Families and Work Institute, chief science officer at the Bezos Family Foundation, and executive director of Mind in the Making joins us to talk about how families and young people are affected by changes in work and education systems.

Duration:00:22:58

S2 Ep3: Melissa Butler, Author/Educator

3/15/2022
Melissa Butler, author and educator, joins us to talk about how noticing the small and simple things can change the way young learners (and adults) interact in educational spaces as seen in Melissa's book, in a button.

Duration:00:21:19

S2 Ep2: Bill Strickland, Manchester Bidwell Corporation

3/8/2022
Bill Strickland, founder and executive chair of Manchester Bidwell Corporation, joins us to talk about his journey to support learners by manufacturing places of hope.

Duration:00:19:14

S2 Ep1: Annie Murphy Paul, Science Writer/Author

3/1/2022
Annie Murphy Paul, science writer and author, joins us to talk about the brain and how educators can help guide their learners through the process of thinking using their environments, social connections, and bodies as written about in "The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain".

Duration:00:22:53

S1 Ep26: Rebecca Winthrop, The Brookings Institution

11/16/2021
Rebecca Winthrop, senior fellow and co-director of the Center for Universal Education at The Brookings Institution, joins us to talk about the values families and educators have for their learners and how practices of family engagement have changed in recent years across the world.

Duration:00:18:00

S1 Ep25: Thomas C. Murray, Future Ready Schools

11/9/2021
Thomas Murray, director of innovation for Future Ready Schools, joins us to talk about the elements that make education systems ready to innovate in holistic ways.

Duration:00:21:43

S1 Ep24: Karen Mapp, Harvard Graduate School of Education

11/2/2021
Karen Mapp, senior lecturer on education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and faculty director of the Education Policy and Management Master's Program, joins us to talk about her research and observations on the importance of family and community engagement in school systems.

Duration:00:21:44

S1 Ep23: Temple Lovelace, Assessment for Good

10/26/2021
Temple Lovelace, founder and director of Assessment for Good, joins us to talk about the foundations of Assessment for Good and how educators can utilize asset-based and culturally affirming assessment.

Duration:00:18:03