43 min

51. Curriculum as a vehicle for change with Dr. Rob Simon Teaching Tomorrow Podcast

    • Education

How might schools better serve and support students, especially during this time of great destabilization? 

Dr. Simon is an associate professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at The University of Toronto in the department of Curriculum Teaching and Learning. I asked Rob on the show to speak about the Addressing Injustices project: in this conversation, get into how the Addressing Injustices team use Youth Participatory Action Research to affect change, but we also explore teacher education, the field of multi-literacies, and the concept of “productive discomfort.”

For full show notes, jump to:
https://cohort21.com/teachingtomorrow/2021/03/28/41-robsimon/

How might schools better serve and support students, especially during this time of great destabilization? 

Dr. Simon is an associate professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at The University of Toronto in the department of Curriculum Teaching and Learning. I asked Rob on the show to speak about the Addressing Injustices project: in this conversation, get into how the Addressing Injustices team use Youth Participatory Action Research to affect change, but we also explore teacher education, the field of multi-literacies, and the concept of “productive discomfort.”

For full show notes, jump to:
https://cohort21.com/teachingtomorrow/2021/03/28/41-robsimon/

43 min

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