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Ed's (Not) Dead Podcast - The All Things Education Podcast
63 minutes | Jun 5, 2022
Teach More, Hover Less (506)
The guys are back from a semi-hiatus, and discuss the awful events from Uvalde, as well as getting up to speed from our last episode. We also had the pleasure of bringing teacher, and instructional leader Miriam Plotinsky on the show to talk about her new book: Teach More, Hover Less: How to Stop Micromanaging Your Secondary Classroom. https://www.amazon.com/Teach-More-Hover-Less-Micromanaging/dp/1324019875
53 minutes | Feb 9, 2022
Bear is Watching (505)
46 minutes | Jan 5, 2022
Mailbag Episode - Re-Upload!
It's time for YOUR questions! We picked a whole boot load of questions that you had on your mind about education, schools, edpolicy, the super bowl, and more! Listen and enjoy AND happy new year! NOTE: apologies if this shows up in your feed more than once! We messed up the original audio file!
46 minutes | Jan 5, 2022
TAKE 2: Special Episode - Listener Mailbag!
It's time for YOUR questions! We picked a whole boot load of questions that you had on your mind about education, schools, edpolicy, the super bowl, and more! Listen and enjoy AND happy new year!
54 minutes | Dec 23, 2021
The Last Vestige of Tracking: MATH (504)
Is Math Racist? Wrong Question: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/12/15/is-math-racist-public-school-pedagogy/ California Moves to Replace Math with Data Science: https://www.educationnext.org/california-moves-to-replace-math-with-data-science-in-the-name-of-equity-and-inclusion/
58 minutes | Nov 24, 2021
The New Culture War - SEL (503)
For a special pre-Thanksgiving episode, the guys discuss Robert Pondiscio's recent piece that disparages Social Emotional Learning / describes it as the new downfall of public education as we know it. https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/commentary/not-everyones-board-turning-schooling-therapy For actual facts about SEL and to ensure you are residing in reality, visit CASEL to learn more about what SEL is and what it looks like / sounds like in the classroom: https://casel.org/fundamentals-of-sel/
66 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
Who's In Charge Here? 502
How much should we be worried about the growing tensions and anger directed at schools and school boards across the country? And ... connected to this discussion: how much should parents have a say about what is taught in schools? Arrest Parents at School Board Meetings? How much say should parents have in what is taught in schools?
79 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Flava Flav and GT Programs (501)
The guys are back for season 5 and they discuss the phasing out of GT programs in the largest school system in the country: New York City and what its impact will have on education. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/08/nyregion/gifted-talented-nyc-schools.html They are also joined by Ed's Not Dead resident historian, Johann Neem, to discuss the individualist fallacy and the future of ed under COVID. Neem is a senior fellow at the University of Virginia's Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture and a professor of history at Western Washington University and the only END 3 Peat Guest!
50 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Please Hang Up and Text Me (413)
Casey Siddons, Robby Dodd, and Peter Crable breakdown the implications for schools regarding Erica Dhawan's new piece: Why the hybrid workforce of the future depends on the geriatric millennial Casey Siddons then takes on the interview with Sebastian Turbot, who is the CEO and Chief Curator of eko6, a Canada-based consultancy that guides governments, cities, businesses and civil-society in creating engaging platforms that turn ideas into action.
82 minutes | May 17, 2021
Anti-Racism and Who Teaches our Children? (412)
Peter, Robby, and Casey talk about the Chris Stewart piece: "Yes, America is Racist, no you shouldn't teach my kids if you disagree." https://educationpost.org/yes-america-is-racist-no-you-shouldnt-teach-my-kids-if-you-disagree/ Peter and Casey also interview Adeola Whitney, CEO of Reading Partners, a national nonprofit that mobilizes communities to provide students with the proven, individualized reading support they need to read at grade level by fourth grade.
27 minutes | May 10, 2021
Creating Learning Ecosystems with Gregg Behr (411)
For our 1st episode as a media partner with the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), we bring on Gregg Behr, who was recently featured on their panel for "How to Build a Learning Ecosystem (https://fb.watch/5oiyeDhZpj/). Gregg is the founder and co-chair of Remake Learning and is also the author of "When You Wonder, You're Learning" Mister Rogers' Enduring Lessons for Raising Creative, Curious, Caring Kids (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0306874733?tag=hacboogrosit-20)
70 minutes | May 3, 2021
The 4th Purpose of Public Schools (410)
The dudes discuss Samantha Hedges' new piece in Discourse Magazine: Social Justice Is Now the Fourth Purpose of Public Schools and All Four Are in Conflict: https://www.discoursemagazine.com/culture-and-society/2021/04/21/social-justice-is-now-the-fourth-purpose-of-public-schools-and-all-four-are-in-conflict/ We also interview Robert Pondiscio (@rpondiscio), senior fellow and vice president for external affairs at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute about his new piece in EducationNext: https://www.educationnext.org/can-teaching-be-improved-by-law-twenty-states-measures-reading/
39 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
Pandemic Pass - The Work (with Zaretta Hammond) 108
This is the final episode of the Pandemic Pass mini-series all about how we can best emerge as a school system stronger and better than before. This episode, Siddons is joined by his friend/colleague Serenity Moore to interview the incomparable Zaretta Hammond. Moore and Siddons ask Zaretta about deficit thinking and the premature determination of "learning loss" and much much more!
71 minutes | Mar 29, 2021
Closing Opportunity Gaps with Leslie Fenwick (409)
The dudes discuss the LA Times piece on the "educational mess" we now find ourselves and what it will take to get back. https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2021-03-23/post-pandemic-educational-mess The guys also interview Dr. Leslie Fenwick who is the dean emeritus of Howard University’s School of Education, about HBCUs, supporting our students of color, and diversifying the teaching workforce across the country.
31 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
Pandemic Pass - Edu Policy & Boards of Ed (107)
For the penultimate episode of the Pandemic Pass series Siddons sit down with Lynne Harris, who is a newly elected board of education member in the 14th largest school district in the nation - Montgomery County Public Schools, right outside the DC Metro Area. They talk about how boards of education could be rethinking education and what our local school systems should be prioritizing upon return to face to face instruction.
62 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Education Policy IS Housing Policy - The Sequel (w/ Dan Reed) 408
Today's topics: * Guns on students' Zoom classroom / bedroom debate. Where is the line between students' privacy, and the safety and well-being of others? * We bring on Dan Reed from www.justupthepike.com to talk about the impact of housing policy and zoning laws on education and the opportunity gaps that students face across the country.
15 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Pandemic Pass - The Takeaway - Grading/Assessment/Equity w Joe Feldman (PART 2 - 106)
For this third part of The Takeaway, I talk with Joe Feldman, author of Grading for Equity. We discuss how grading practices impact the opportunity gaps that our students of color and our english language learners experience and what he hopes to see in terms of practices on grading and equitable outcomes and about what our schools should look like upon return. Check out Joe's book: https://www.amazon.com/Grading-Equity-Matters-Transform-Classrooms/dp/1506391575
40 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
Pandemic Pass - The Takeaway - Grading/Assessment/Equity w Rick Wormeli (PART 1 - 106)
For this next part of The Takeaway, part of the Pandemic Pass series, I bring in the incredible Rick Wormeli. This is Part 1 of 2 on this topic. Rick is the foremost voice on what it means to be an effective teacher, and my go to source for research and beliefs on grading and assessment. Rick takes us through what he hopes will be a major change to our school systems practices on grading and assessment, and what our schools will look like upon return.
19 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Pandemic Pass - The Takeaway - Mental Health (w/ Phyllis Fagell) (105)
This episode, I brought on Phyllis Fagell, author of Middle School Matters (linked below), and a school counselor herself, to talk about the mental health crisis facing our kids and families mid-pandemic and how we move beyond it. https://www.amazon.com/Middle-School-Matters-Beyond-Parents/dp/0738235083
53 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
Elmore Forevermore (407)
The dudes discuss the passing of the controversial education figure Richard Elmore who once said: "I do not believe in the institutional structure of public schooling anymore". Is this to be believed? https://t.co/ioIk5ltc58 This is intertwined with a piece by Valerie Strauss in the WAPO about how 2 cities in very different states handled the return to school: https://tinyurl.com/m53twsd9 Guests: Dr. Daryl Howard and Phillip Yarbrough from the BOND Project (http://bondeducators.org)
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