Holly Clark and Tanya Avrith take you behind the scenes with leaders in education, give you insights into what's happening in classrooms around the globe and showcase online platforms that are disrupting education.
07: The Elementary Experience
In this episode, we hear from The Merrills authors of The Interactive Class who teach 1st and 4th grades.. They discuss how they have adapted in the concurrent elementary classroom and how they are continuing to teach things like reading and individualize for all students.
06: Equity: Can Standards-Based Grading Help?
In this episode, Ken Shelton, Holly Clark and Nadia Razi continue the conversation. This time they examine how standards-based grading can be the way we bring more equitable grading practices to our school system.
05: The Twin Pandemics of COVID - 1619
For this episode, Ken and Holly invite a talented educator Nadia Razi to talk about how the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and 1619 are impacting our education system and how we can begin to deal with both.
04: Equality and The COVID Data
In this episode, Ken and Holly look at the COVID data being shared about schools. They examine which ages are most likely to get COVID at school and unpack at how this might impact equality in our education system.
03 Learning Loss? The Stories Behind the Scenes
In this episode, Ken and Holly look at actual stories of learning loss and grading in a pandemic. They unpack and examine the types of deficit language being used and the impact it might have on teachers and students.
02: Learning Loss: The One About The Research
In this episode we look at the research behind learning loss as it effects students during a pandemic.