A ‘gap year’ occurs when a student takes time off from formal education–usually between graduation from high school and beginning college.
In this episode of the TeachThought Podcast, Drew Perkins talks with Emma Brown about her book “To Raise a Boy.”
The educator is not acting in the service of the child alone but of the child as they relate to their own environment–and thus their needs.
Drew Perkins talks with Sharif El-Mekki about his work to increase the number of black teachers and educators.
Dewey believed that the psychological and social sides are related and that “education cannot be regarded as a compromise between the two.”
Drew Perkins talks with professor Erec Smith about his views on Anti-Racism, how PBL can empower learners.
Drew Perkins talks with Michaeleen Doucleff, about the power of parenting styles in ancient cultures might help teachers with their students.
Drew Perkins talks with the Organization for Social Media Safety about social media safety, advocacy, and education.
Drew Perkins talks with Ian Rowe about how he thinks about charter schools and the bias vs. development narratives.
Drew Perkins talks with Olivia Krauth about a multi-part series detailing Louisville’s efforts at school integration through busing.
Drew Perkins talks with Jared Cooney Horvath and David Bott about their new book 10 Things Schools Get Wrong (and how we can get them right).
The next generation of heroes is walking the halls of schools today, and you’re uniquely poised to help them along.
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