This is our second episode talking about language and the last before we start our podcast relisten series. This week, we’re discussing ability to learn, change/transformation, and practice, connecting all of these our hope for creating a new vision of teaching and learning. We know part of that work is a different way to relate to education, and that can’t happen without a reshaping of how we vision, define, and embody teaching and learning.
We’re watching our systems dis-integrate, K-12, higher ed, and beyond, which means we have an opportunity to reimagine and create a system of education that is
- adaptable/flexible enough to reflect rapid changes in culture and society,
- able to provide equitable access to all learners, and
- balanced across learning, content, integration, collaboration, and growth
Books we referenced
“Awe” (Dacher Keltner) “We Want to Do More than Survive” (Miriame Kaba) “Building a Trauma-Responsive Educational Strategy: Lessons from a Corrections Classroom” (emareena danielles) “Emergent Strategy” (adrienne maree brown)