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Failure Saved Us: Mini Series #1 during COVID-19
When we create the space for the possibility of failure, we actually are creating the space for authentic learning. COVID-19 has turned the educational space up-side-down. Listen in on what can be learned from a campus that has spent the last six years reinventing "school" and what it means to be a learner. Embrace ambiguity, embrace change, embrace the ones you love.
Distance Learning in Kindergarten: Mini Series #2 during COVID-19
Collision Points - the coming together of ideas from diverse perspectives. This is required if we are going to make educational impact during COVID-19. We know when we are getting it right when Kindergarten learners are giving instructional feedback to their teachers during Distance Learning. Listen in - it's happening at Design39Campus.
In this episode of Learning: it's personal we have a conversation with Christopher Erpelding, a first year college student who shares insights on self discovery through finding learning that is personal. He gives suggestion to parents on the college application process and defines success as making an impact on the world.
Stacey Lamb, a Learning Experience Designer (teacher) at Design39Campus shares insights on how learning becomes personal when the end project is not defined. She allows the process of learning to lead the way forward through essential questions, daily professional collaboration and open-walled experiences.
Home is where you park it. Kelly Eveleth, her husband and two children travel the United States in an RV. Listen in how talking to strangers is not so strange. People are fascinating and teachers are truly not the only teachers. The world we live in IS the text. Discovery - it's learning at its best. Follow the Eveleth family on their 12 month learning journey at https://goldfishandramen.wordpress.com
Gemma - a 4th grader shares how often teachers deny students the opportunity to learn and how Design39Campus is changing that paradigm. There's nothing more personal than learning.
School - where did it all go wrong? Point collecting, standardized tests, AP curriculum and a destination of college are just a few of the reasons why we have gone off the rails and away from elevating humanity. Listen in for insights from an atypical high school senior.
COVID-19 has closed school, changed the way we work, interact and connect. The impact on our social emotional well-being is taking a toll. In a sea of resources we can feel overwhelmed and confused where to start. The counselors at Design39Campus have a few ideas to keep you centered and filled with purpose. Listen in!