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The Future of Learning podcast explores what learning might look like in the future. From how to use learning and technology strategically through to demonstrating a return on investment. Challenges such as: - New and emerging technology like AR, VR or AI; where do you start? - How do we demonstrate impact from our innovations? - What are the best ways to engage learners? - How can we innovate more & how can I help my team to learn these principles? Get involved by asking questions at www.ll ...
 
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On this week's episode we interview Michael Cohen, the Tech Rabbi. Michael is both a designer and an educator, as well as the author of the recent book Educated by Design, which outlines methods for bringing design thinking and creativity into the classroom - Michael is a big fan of creativity. Our conversation started from the recognition that the…
 
Teachers are bring tech into the classroom more than every before, but if those tech tools aren't designed for the reality and context of all students - can they really be effective? On this week's episode we speak with Professor Martin Oliver, Pro-Director for Academic Development at the University College of London’s Institute of Education. Durin…
 
What is it about a simple undo button that fills young students with confidence? How can technology support diverse methods of assessment and create space for everyone to have a voice? On this week's episode we discuss Flipgrid and the impact of technology on equity in education with Ann Kozma. Ann loves to encourage others to “push all the buttons…
 
Flipping your classroom means swapping the work typically done at home with the instruction typically done in the classroom. Teachers use videos to introduce content to students at home and then use the in-class time for asking questions, applying skills, and individualized instruction. In this episode, we discuss with classroom flipping expert Man…
 
This week’s guest is Danielle Strachman. Danielle co-founded the Thiel Fellowship & 1517 Fund. She and I talk about the fellowship and what she would do differently if starting today, philanthropic vs. capitalist approaches to investing, and much more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: @SP1NS1R
 
For two years during the pandemic, many classrooms went virtual. What have we learned about the pros and cons of virtual classrooms during that time? We are joined by education expert Dr. Andreina Parisi-Amon from Engageli as we discuss virtual classrooms for a virtual world. To find out more about our podcast, visit us at www.learningmachinepodcas…
 
Learning Machine is a podcast about the uncertain future of education, and this season, season three, is our EdTech season. We want to know how technology is transforming the classroom, for better - and for worse. Join us each episode for conversations with experts in the EdTech arena, from teachers, to researchers, to CEOs, and join us online to d…
 
That's a wrap for season 2! We have learned a lot about Critical Race Theory and Culturally Responsive Teaching this season from all of our education experts. In this episode, we reflect on where we started, what we learned, and how far we still have to go as a country when it comes to addressing educational equity. We also look forward to season 3…
 
Our guest this week is Tanishia Williams, a Critical Race Theory Research Associate at The African American Policy Forum, a Ph.D. candidate in Urban Policy, and an educator for twenty-two years. In this interview, she reflects on transitioning from her previous role as a school educator and administrator into her new role as an educational research…
 
How do our biases shape the way that we think about numbers? Is data ever an unbiased source of truth? Dr. Wendy Castillo joins us on this episode to talk about these issues and the work she is doing to promote #Data4SocialJustice. We discuss the tenets of Quantitative Critical Race Theory (QuantCrit) and spend some time investigating our own biase…
 
If we won the fight around CRT, what would we be winning? This is the question Freddie deBoer asks in his article, CRT could use a little cost/benefit analysis - and his argument is compelling. As the political and cultural left struggles to clearly define CRT - and even in some cases to admit that it’s having an influence in American schools - deB…
 
Dr. Kathryn Paige Harden recently published her first book, The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality where she makes an urgent case for acknowledging individual genetic differences as a necessary precursor to achieving social equality. Dr. Harden compares genetic differences to socioeconomic inequality and argues that her research i…
 
In this episode, we speak with David R. Rosas, an assistant principal at the Castle Bridge School in Washington Heights in New York City. David recently wrote an article for Chalkbeat titled, I’m an elementary school teacher, and I embrace critical race theory. In our conversation, David touches on the realities of CRT as an academic discipline vs.…
 
Dr. Jania Hoover is an educator and teacher coach with over 16 years of classroom experience. As an expert on social studies education, Dr. Hoover discussed with us how teachers can navigate controversial topics in the classroom with their students. In her words, "students will ask you the tough questions" so you should probably prepare to answer t…
 
There’s a lot of talk about Critical Race Theory and Education in the media these days, but what’s really going on with CRT in schools? In this episode we spoke with educational policy experts from New America Jazmyne Owens and Elena Silva. As we discuss the current political and cultural landscape that teachers find themselves in, Jazmyne and Elen…
 
Should teachers be required to study Critical Race Theory as part of their training? At this point, the teaching workforce is still predominantly white and female and does not reflect the diversity of students in classrooms. Preparing teachers to understand the historical and cultural experiences students bring to the classroom is one solution to m…
 
Professor Janel George, Director of the Racial Equity in Education Law and Policy Clinic at Georgetown University speaks on the history of Critical Race Theory. In this episode we delve into the recent political outrage over Critical Race Theory in Education and ask the question: If you teach the history of racial inequality are you teaching Critic…
 
In Season 2 we are talking about Critical Race Theory, also known as CRT - what it is and why it has become such a politicized hot-button issue. We’re also exploring Culturally Responsive Teaching and equity in education. Just like in Season 1 we reached out to education experts from all walks of life and asked them to share their insights with all…
 
Series One of Learning Machine is in the books! It's been such an insightful and edifying experience to work on our eight interview episodes from our first series. We've learned a lot through the process - both about the education system and about how to produce a podcast - and we're excited to bring that new knowledge forward with us as we begin w…
 
Does our education system make a promise that it doesn't keep? In this episode, we speak with Deirdra Reed and Bailey Cato Czupryk from TNTP about a 2018 report titled, "The Opportunity Myth." This report posits that there is a promise of opportunity that is made to every student, but that the system does not work equally for all students. What kin…
 
Do you consider yourself a Math person? Most people don’t, and unfortunately the statistics back this up. Just 24% of high school 12th graders scored at or above proficient on the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Karin Wu and her team at the MIND Research Institute believe that expertly designed educational games can help shift Math fro…
 
Should college be free? Public education in the United States has guaranteed free school from Kindergarten through Twelfth grade, what we call the ‘K-12 school system’. But in a move that would create a once-in-a-generation expansion of this system, the Biden Administration would like to add two years of free pre-k and two years of free community c…
 
Imagine you have an expert medical doctor - you would trust this doctor to give you medical advice, right? But would you trust this doctor to make the medicine they were giving you? Would you trust them to build the x-ray machine or to design their own DIY stethoscope? Likely not! And this is exactly the point that Tim Truitt makes: Tim is Director…
 
Bree Dusseault and her colleagues at CRPE are keeping close tabs on the education system as we transition out of the pandemic year and back to full in-person school across the country in the fall. And while there are real concerns and legitimate fears about lost learning, the pandemic has spurred a massive investment of resources into America’s pub…
 
Do you ever find yourself being more of a listener - a lurker, if you will - in a conversation than a participator? Maybe you thought you weren’t contributing much, and if so, you might be surprised by the fascinating research of Dr. Nia Dowell. By using a special computer analysis technique called Natural Language Processing (NLP), Nia and her col…
 
I’m not convinced that you’ll like what Freddie deBoer has to say, but I am convinced that you need to hear it. Freddie’s careful and honest look at what the data really says about our education system challenges our ideas about what education is for and why it just isn’t working. His article Education Doesn’t Work makes a strong (if depressing) ca…
 
How do you imagine education will look in 30 years? If you're old enough, does education today look the way you imagined it would 30 years ago? In our conversation with Dr. Rene Kizilcec we discuss the past, present, and future of educational technology. We review his recent research on the democratizing impact of covid restrictions in online learn…
 
This week’s guest is Brian Flynn, co-founder & CEO of Rabbithole. Rabbithole helps people navigate the crypto Rabbithole and earn tokens & build reputation while doing it. Brian and I talk about how crypto is redefining learning & work, how to sift through the noise, Rabbithole’s new Pathfinder program, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: @SP1N…
 
Learning Machine launches with four episodes from Series One on July 15th! Learning Machine is a podcast about the uncertain future of education! Series One will feature a total of eight episodes, each featuring a researcher, policy expert, or practitioner in the field of education. In this trailer, you'll hear four of our guests from this series a…
 
This week’s guest is Romeen Sheth. Romeen is President of Metasys, which helps organizations with attracting, engaging, & retaining top talent. Romeen & I talk about shifts towards flexible work, using first principles & incentive alignment to fix education, angel investing, and the future of learning & work in India. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter…
 
This week’s guest is Tess Manning, Principal Investor at GSV Ventures. GSV Ventures is multi-stage fund investing in “PreK - Gray”. Tess and I talk about GSV’s theses & the state of venture capital in the space, opportunities in workforce development, and more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: twitter.com/SP1NS1R…
 
This week’s guest is Andrew Sutherland, founder of Quizlet. Andrew and I talk about building Quizlet, teaching "Learning" at MIT, tools for thought, raising the status of teachers, & more. Follow me on Twitter (@SP1NS1R) & subscribe to my email list (flw.carrd.co).
 
This week’s guest is Genevieve Ryan Bellaire, founder & CEO of Realworld. Realworld is a platform, marketplace, & community for navigating adulthood & life’s big moments. Genevieve and I talk about the lack of practical education post-college, how they're solving the problem, their vision, & more. Follow me on Twitter (@SP1NS1R) & subscribe to my e…
 
This week’s guest is Alberto Arenaza, co-founder of Transcend Network. Transcend offers a fellowship for early-stage founders building in the future of learning and work (FLW). Alberto and I talk about being in the first graduating class of Minerva, what Transcend is doing, and the big problems in FLW. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitte…
 
This week's guest is Damian Brychcy, CEO of Colossus. Colossus was born out of Patrick O'Shaughnessy's podcasts, and it's on a mission to create and curate the world's best information on business and investing. Damian and I discuss curiosity, mapping knowledge, the vision of Colossus, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1…
 
This week I have two guests from Synthesis: co-founder and CEO, Chrisman Frank, as well as Chief Evangelist, Ana Fabrega. Synthesis is a weekly enrichment program where students learn through "simulations". Synthesis was born out of Ad Astra, a school started by Elon Musk and Josh Dahn for students of SpaceX employees. We talk about the value of ga…
 
This week's guest is Victoria Ransom, co-founder & CEO of Prisma. Prisma is a connected learning platform for 4th-8th graders. Victoria and I talk about the idea of connected learning, Prisma’s philosophy, uncommon yet common sense approaches to learning, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R…
 
Ruben Harris is the co-founder and CEO of Career Karma. Career Karma bills itself as the easiest way to find a job training program online. In this conversation we discuss breaking into tech, career matchmaking, unlocking human capital, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R.…
 
Austen Allred is the co-founder and CEO of Lambda School. Lambda is one of the leading software engineering bootcamps. In this conversation we touch on bootcamps, universities, early childhood education, optimizing employment, & the power of Twitter. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R.…
 
Michael Ioffe is the co-founder and CEO of Arist, a text message-based course platform. Michael also founded TILE.org which makes in-person conversations with leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs accessible to everyone. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R.
 
John Danner is the general partner of Dunce Capital, which makes pre-seed investments in the "future of learning and work". John has a wide range of experience in technology and education. Having started in Silicon Valley in the late eighties, then pivoting to education in the early two thousands and building three companies along the way (NetGravi…
 
The hardest part of developing a plan for your team can be where to begin. James' effective planning tool provides you with a simple framework for crafting business goals and how to carry out meaningful conversations as well as:- Clarify and target the strategic objectives and tactics that will get your org to your annual revenue target- Identify p…
 
In this episode we explore the things to consider if you're looking to scale up your VR projects and my guest is expert Sam Watts.Sam is actively engaged in the immersive technology community, living his passion for VR and games for Make Real. Sam has delivered and supported dozens of digital products at Zynga, NCsoft, Kerb and Epic. Clients have i…
 
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