The Meet Education Project is a podcast series, hosted by Nick DiNardo, focused on deep conversations with the thought leaders, action takers, and “do’ers” in the education industry. Learning and education are only as good as the people behind it. MEP interviews inspiring people who hold many different roles in K-12 and higher education, such as: Teachers, Education entrepreneurs and startups, School leaders & administrators (public, private, and new school models), Consultants, Professors, Higher education professionals, & Students.
BEP070 – Back to School 2020
How are people making back-to-school decisions for K-12? We share our perspectives on some of the different strategies for going back to school. 01:24 Guidance from the state for how schools should be considering going back to school. 02:58 How are the school leaders impacted and trying to make these decisions and what are some […]
BEP069 – Today’s One Thing Week 6: Differentiation
Today’s One Thing is a series produced in partnership with The Learning Accelerator. Week 6: How do you differentiate remote instruction? 00:42 Recap of past episodes 01:40 What differentiation is and is not 03:35 Tips for looking at differentiation in 3 different ways: Targeting instruction by strategically grouping your students Offering opportunities for choice Universal accessibility of […]
BEP068 – Distance Learning Feedback: What do we leave behind?
In this Part 2 of the Distance Learning Feedback series, we share what students and teachers want to leave behind once we get to a new normal in the classroom. 01:04 Why talking about the “leave behinds” is important 01:22 Students and teachers miss actually being in person 04:16 Some students are struggling with […]
BEP067 – Today’s One Thing Week 5: Assessment for Learning
Today’s One Thing is a series produced in partnership with The Learning Accelerator. Week 5: How do I assess learning to inform and improve instruction remotely? 01:12 Data points to be used not to assign grades but as a concrete way to collect information to meet students instructional needs 02:24 What is important is how […]
BEP066 – Distance Learning Feedback: What Do We Keep?
Christina did a survey in mid-March, asking students and teachers: What was successful about distance learning? What do you want to keep? 01:29 Reason for the survey 03:03 Use of choice boards and playlists so that students can learn at their own pace 03:51 What is a choice board? 05:18 What is a playlist? […]
BEP065 – Today’s One Thing Week 4: Curating Content
Today’s One Thing is a series produced in partnership with The Learning Accelerator. Week 4: How can educators flip existing content or curate content online to personalize and engage students, still with high levels of rigor? 01:41 Teachers, don’t recreate the wheel 02:21 Flipping the content: How can teachers translate their already existing super […]