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Thought provoking conversations that help listeners dive deeper into educational practices.

Mar 29, 2021

Anaiah Downing, Eliana Downing, and Teo Downing had the opportunity to ask some curious questions to Judy Schachner, award winning author/illustrator.  See episode #29 for the complete conversation with Judy.  

The answers to the questions provide some great insight to listeners of all ages.

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Mar 23, 2021

How does an award winning author and illustrator create their books?

Judy Schachner, #1 NY Times Best Selling Author/Illustrator, gives us a glimpse into her creation process.  See this link for a wonderful example of a character bible, which serves as the foundation for her books.  Her process seeks to break down...

Mar 19, 2021

How do we prepare for jobs that don't exist yet?

Michelle Weise guides us through this transition with thoughtful insight and tons of examples.  Michelle explains how the system needs to be transformed in order to support new workers and workforce.

This conversation keeps innovation at the forefront with many ideas that...

Mar 14, 2021

What is the role of technology within our learning?  

John Couch, Apple's first Vice President of Education, helps us understand the difference between utilizing technology as a mental bicycle and an exercise bike.

John does this through stories, personal examples, and providing insight into the vision of Steve...

Mar 6, 2021

What drives your learning?  

We dive into this question and much more in a conversation that is framed around Tony's newest book, Learning By Heart.  Tony shares significant stories that demonstrate the power of teachers in the learning process as well as the need to have learning tailored to curiosity and...