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The Areté Institute presents an edgy and entertaining educational podcast for teachers, students, parents, administrators and anyone else who cares about the state of education. While it is playful and fun, we also address the revolutionary changes that are happening and need to happen to create more meaningful and engaging education. We’ll celebrate students, educators, and schools who are getting it right and give tools and guidance for inspiring everyone else. Each episode starts with a fauxmercial - a commercial parody for fake educational products we wish were real. And every interview ends with the guest playing The 5-Minute Game Show which is written specifically for the topic and guest of each episode. Who knew that revolutionizing schools could be so fun?

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The Areté Institute presents an edgy and entertaining educational podcast for teachers, students, parents, administrators and anyone else who cares about the state of education. While it is playful and fun, we also address the revolutionary changes that are happening and need to happen to create more meaningful and engaging education. We’ll celebrate students, educators, and schools who are getting it right and give tools and guidance for inspiring everyone else. Each episode starts with a fauxmercial - a commercial parody for fake educational products we wish were real. And every interview ends with the guest playing The 5-Minute Game Show which is written specifically for the topic and guest of each episode. Who knew that revolutionizing schools could be so fun?

    Rachel Creeger: How Parents (and Comedians) Can Help Overthrow Education

    Rachel Creeger: How Parents (and Comedians) Can Help Overthrow Education

    On this episode, Rachel Creeger, a passionate parent and stand-up comic who has been advocating for better education in the UK, joins me to talk about what makes great learning. We discuss the importance of, cross -curricular and experiential education, integration of art, relationship building, getting rid of standardized test and much more. Rachel also shares insights about the similarities between teaching and doing stand-up, and some great lessons that educators can learn from stand-up comedians.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Matt Barnes: Radically Redefining Learning and Success

    Matt Barnes: Radically Redefining Learning and Success

    Matt Barnes, podcast host and founder of started the Global Education Movement, so that educators and parents can team up to create and implement a whole new vision of learning that will benefit every student. Our conversation has many great take-aways for both parents and educators. Please share this episode with every parent you know!

    • 57 min
    Zaynab Baalbaki: Creating Transformative Schools

    Zaynab Baalbaki: Creating Transformative Schools

    On this episode, Zaynab Baalbaki joins me. She's a passionate educator who is truly working on and supporting others in overthrowing education and creating amazing and equitable learning spaces joins.

    • 48 min
    Jake Miller: Growing Your EdTech Integration Mindset

    Jake Miller: Growing Your EdTech Integration Mindset

    In this episode amazing educator and Ed Tech sage Jake Miller, host of the podcast Educational Duct Tape, and I discuss some great tech tools and how to make sure they enhance, not distract from, your lessons. We also laugh. A lot.

    • 43 min
    Nadav Zeimer: Overthrowing Transcripts and Standardized Tests

    Nadav Zeimer: Overthrowing Transcripts and Standardized Tests

    I have a pretty radical guest today, Nadav Zeimer, an educator with a strong background in education and digital media, who is definitely doing his part in trying to overthrow education. He talks about how to completely overhaul our flawed transcript system that particularly effects high school students, and he has a plan for eradicating standardized testing that pretty much effects all students.

    • 39 min
    Mealey & Tudisco: Curating a Collegial Base for Better Teaching

    Mealey & Tudisco: Curating a Collegial Base for Better Teaching

    In this really informative and fairly goofy episode. I chat with my Edu podcaster friends, William Mealey and Christopher Tudisco about how important collegial relationships are for educators and how to make them happen. It’s a perfect topic for this very collegial team behind one of my favorite education podcasts out there, Unprofessional Development.

    • 52 min

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