Drew Perkins talks with Dr. Tabia Lee about a broader understanding of race ideologies and her experience of being dismissed from her role as a DEI Faculty Director for not toeing the line of contemporary anti-racist ideology.
Drew Perkins talks with Julie Lammers, Senior VP of Advocacy and Corporate Social Responsibility for non-profit American Student Assistance (ASA), about career readiness and work-based learning experience.
Drew Perkins talks with Brantley Turner, East Asia Education Director for the Dwight Schools, about her perspectives and experiences as a global educator.
Drew Perkins talks with cognitive psychologist Daniel Willingham about his new book, Outsmart Your Brain: Why Learning is Hard and How You Can Make It Easy.
Drew Perkins talks with Jon Basset and Gary Shiffman about their 4 Question Method, and accompanying book, to engage students in deeper learning of history and social studies.
Drew Perkins talks with Max Roach, founder of the JonAyves Learning Club, about tutoring and bridging the learning gap for children’s education post-pandemic.
Drew Perkins talks with Lorea Martinez about her newly developed professional development, Growing Your HEART Skills, to help build SEL skills in educator adults.
Drew Perkins talks with teacher and author, Jessica Lander, about her new book, Making Americans: Stories of Historic Struggles, New Ideas, and Inspiration in Immigrant Education.
Drew Perkins talks with Stacey Alicea and Heather Hill of RPPL The Research Partnership for Professional Learning) about their research brief, Building Better PL: How to Strengthen Teacher Learning.
Drew Perkins talks with Vicki Collet about her new book, Differentiated Mentoring and Coaching in Education.
Drew Perkins talks with Dana Stangel-Plowe and Kobi Nelson about the pro-human approach of the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism.
Drew Perkins talks with Emily Hanford, Natalie Wexler, Micki Ray, and Kate Winn in this first ever TeachThought Podcast Live! panel discussion on the 'Reading Wars'.Our panelists:
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