Drew Perkins talks with Gerard Senehi and Alexander Uzobuife about The QUESTion Project, a 5-pillar structure that facilitates a journey for students into fundamental human questions.
Drew Perkins talks with Gregg Behr and Ryan Rydzewski about their book, When You Wonder, You're Learning: Mister Rogers' Enduring Lessons for Raising Creative, Curious, Caring Kids.
Drew Perkins talks with Julian Adorney and Angel Eduardo about their Quillette piece and work to foster civility in contentious conversations.
Drew Perkins talks with Rick Hess, Senior Fellow and Director of Education Policy Studies at American Enterprise Institute about his new book, The Great School Rethink.
Drew Perkins talks with Perpetual Baffour, Research Director at The Learning Agency Lab, about the promise and pitfalls of using AI tools like ChatGPT and more in education.
Drew Perkins talks with Nathaniel Provencio about his PLC work with schools and why and how they should connect and engage with parents and the community.
Drew Perkins talks with educational scientist, Ard Lazonder, about his recent paper making the case for combing inquiry with substantial guidance and direct instruction.
Drew Perkins talks with Helen Lee Bouygues, President of the Reboot Foundation, about their new survey that reveals alarming facts about TikTok’s impact on children.
Drew Perkins talks with Kareem Weaver about his role with the Oakland NAACP Education Committee, leader of Full and Complete Reading is a Universal Mandate (FULCRUM), and the Right to Read Documentary.
Drew Perkins talks with Jermaine Fowler, founder of The Humanity Archive and author of NY Times Bestseller, The Humanity Archive: Recovering the Soul of Black History from a Whitewashed American Myth.
Drew Perkins talks with renowned educational researcher, John Hattie, about his new book Visible Learning: The Sequel
Drew Perkins talks with Matt Bardin, founder of Zinc Learning Labs, about raising middle and high school students' reading levels through conscious reading.
Drew Perkins talks with Shelby Kretz, founder of Little Justice Leaders, about her work and thinking to help engage teachers and parents in conversations and activities to learn about social justice issues with kids in grades K-8th.
Drew Perkins talks with author and journalist, Katherine Marsh, about the educational and technological forces affecting kids' love of reading.
Drew Perkins talks with Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, Professor of Medicine at Stanford University and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economics Research, about our public health response to COVID-19.
Drew Perkins talks with David Bernstein about his book, Woke Antisemitism, and his experience with critical social justice activism in education.
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.