Drew Perkins talks with Michael Strong, Executive Director of the Adolescent Flourishing Initiative at the University of Austin, about the power of engaging with adolescents through Socratic inquiry.
Drew Perkins talks with Olivia Krauth about her experience as an education and politics journalist for the Louisville Courier-Journal and the state of journalism.
Drew Perkins talks with Sarah Hartman-Caverly and Craig Gibson about their Open Inquiry Toolkit, a two-pronged approach that develops intellectual virtues and promotes awareness of cognitive biases.
Drew Perkins talks with Jude Schwalbach, policy analyst with the Reason Foundation, about open enrollment rules, school choice and competition, and how that might help students.
Drew Perkins talks with James Fishback about Incubate Debate, his startup in response to the ideological corrosion of the traditional high school debate organization.
Drew Perkins talks with Andy Farley, NASSP Principal of the Year, about the learning and wellness of students and educators.
Drew Perkins talks with Nick Dirks, President and CEO of the New York Academy of Sciences, about today’s challenges in higher education, bias in science and academia, and questions related to trust in science and the authority of experts/expertise.
Drew Perkins talks with Tom Sherrington and Oliver Caviglioli about their book, Teaching WalkThrus: Visual Step-by-Step Guides to Essential Teaching Techniques Paperback.
Drew Perkins talks with Lenore Skenazy (her second appearance) about a promising new study showing what works in helping kids be less anxious and more independent.
Drew Perkins talks with Ilana Redstone and Elisheva Avishai, Co-Directors of the Mill Institute, about their work to increase the diversity of thought, ideas, and approaches in K12 spaces.
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.