Reimagining Time is a podcast by Enriching Students. In each episode, we'll dive into the creative ways educators are using time to transform their schools and classrooms, and better support students. Look for an episode every two weeks!
S3 Ep. 6 | Building a School of the Future
In this episode we talk with Luke Clamp about a vision for a school that would prepare students with future-ready skills, and how it became a reality. He shares what sparked the idea, how it affected the school's physical construction, and made he and other education leaders reimagine time and create a successful flex mod schedule.
Luke's article for NASSP: nassp.org/2019/02/28/designing-and-implementing-a-flexible-modular-high-school-schedule/
Reach out to Dr. Luke Clamp via his email, email@example.com
S3 Ep. 5 | Making Time a Variable to Meet Student Needs
In this episode, we talk with Brian Stack as he shares challenges schools are currently facing, and how competency-based education, and learning to function as a PLC, can help. With Brian's years of experience, and current work with schools, he has practical advice and tips to share for teachers and administrators.
S3 Ep. 4 | The Opportunity Gap: Who are the Gifted Students? Pt. II
In Part 2 of 'The Opportunity Gap: Who are the Gifted Students?' Brian Butler explains the 5 shifts to making gifted education "the floor of every classroom". What does that really mean? How can any school make these shifts? Listen to find out!
S3 Ep. 3 | Reimagining School
In this episode, Instructional Leader Jennifer Maichin talks about a new program at her District called Synergy. This self-directed program helps students become independent learners and master competencies that will help them build skills they need beyond high school. Learn about how they completely reimagined time to realize their vision of the future of school.
S3 Ep. 2 | The Opportunity Gap: Who are the Gifted Students? Pt. I
In this episode, the first of a two part feature, we talk with education consultant and author Brian Butler about the idea of giftedness in education. Traditionally gifted students are viewed as more intelligent, and set apart from the rest. But is it more about abilities and intelligence, or the opportunities students are given, that determines this distinction? How can educators shift their mindset to view all students as gifted? Listen as Brian provides valuable insights into these and other questions.
S3 Ep. 1 | Maximizing Learning with a Flex Mod Schedule
In this episode, we are joined again by Texas Assistant Principal Cathy Gaschen, who talks about how her school was able to help meet student needs, and gets kids excited about learning, even after such a tough couple of years. One way they did it? A flex mod schedule with built in time for student choice. Hear her story!