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

May 27, 2021

We are in the midst of a disruptive decade.

Listen in to the conversation as Julie Jungalwala and Matthew Downing consider a path forward.

Julie shares her thoughts on ways to approach the disruption in order to bring about transformative change.  She provides examples, stories, and lessons she has learned through...

May 17, 2021

What is real math?

Pam Harris chats with Rob Schwartz, Macie Basom, and myself about this important issue.

We discuss the characteristics of real math and more importantly - how can real math be brought to the classroom?

The conversation also considers the role of algorithms within math instruction and alternative ways...

May 11, 2021

How do you pursue your dream?

Sam Willoughby, BMX Olympic Silver Medalist, brings us into his story of leaving home at the age of 16 to pursue his BMX dream and the many factors that led to his decision.

We discuss the importance of following passions in the midst of a strong support system, strategies to succeed, and...

May 7, 2021

What role does your mindset play in athletics and education?

Katherine Adamek, 2 time Olympic Medalist, shares personal stories and coaching strategies to help us better understand the role our mindset plays.

Katherine highlights the need for a process oriented approach as opposed to focusing primarily on the results. ...

May 1, 2021

How does design thinking help us in everyday life? 

Not the textbook version.  The practical day in and day out version.

John Coyle, Olympic Medalist and design thinking expert, breaks down the theory of design thinking and helps us apply it to our daily life.

John delves into how we approach our strengths and...