A podcast for people who want to transform education.
Join Doris Korda as she engages in conversations with educators and shares insights about a radical new method of teaching.
Learn how their students develop 21st century skills in courses such as entrepreneurship, science, humanities, engineering, global studies, and more.
Firestarters: The Patterns
In this episode, Doris and Alison discuss the themes that emerged from this season's conversations with 62 entrepreneurial educators who have courageously ignited change in how we do school.
Science Teacher Uses Entrepreneurship to Spark Schoolwide Change
In this episode, Doris speaks with Jeremy Wickenheiser, Founder and Director of Entrepreneurial Studies at DSST Public Schools. He shares his journey from teaching high school science four years ago to building an entrepreneurship program that has scaled across the large network of urban schools in Denver, Colorado.
Students Gain Confidence and Embody Citizenship in Rural District
In this episode, Doris speaks with Kesha Conway who has been piloting Korda Method across the Ashtabula Area City Schools District. They discuss a recent project in Lisa Raffa's Government class at Lakeside High School, where students found their agency while identifying solutions to community problems.
Canadian Students Design Solutions for Real World Clients
In this episode, Doris speaks with Nicholas Timms from Hillfield Strathallan College. He shares the story of how transforming a traditional small business course grew into a student-run Design Studio, with high school students creating solutions for local businesses.
Going Beyond PBL for Middle School Girls in Columbus
In this episode, Doris speaks with Pam Reed, Humanities teacher at Columbus City Preparatory School for Girls. Pam shares how different it is to teach with this radically different method, as students learn history and critical thinking by solving contemporary problems that they find meaningful.
Pioneering Education Innovation in Slovenia (Part 2)
In this episode, Doris and Alison discuss the journey that led to a recent workshop with educators in Slovenia. Also featured in the episode are excerpts from some of the entrepreneurial educators and students who came to the workshop in Slovenia.
This podcast is my secret ingredient!
This podcast is my secret ingredient in my quest to teach better and do school differently. I live and work in a rural area where change is extra hard and it’s easy to feel alone in my efforts to try a new and radically different methodology. Korda's podcast gives me the courage and inspiration I need everyday, especially Season 3. Listening to all the other educators using the Korda methodology not only reminds me that I’m not alone, but also has allowed me to connect with educators around the world to ask them questions, share experiences and learn from them. Season 1 and 2 reinforce what I learned at Korda’s workshop, which is a must for every educator who wants to be better and is ready to learn how.
Great podcast to listen to. You will hear educators talk about applying skilled based education to the classroom and how their classes are working. Super useful!
An Amazing Learning Tool for Educators who want to #DoSchoolBetter !
This podcast is a great tool for any educator who would like to refine their craft and modernize their curriculum!