Mike engages in a captivating dialogue with Dr. Paul Reville, a Professor of Instructional Coverage at Harvard Graduate College of Schooling, Founding father of the Schooling Redesign Lab, and former Secretary of Schooling for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Paul lately wrote a guide titled Broader, Bolder, Higher: How Colleges and Communities Assist College students Overcome the Disadvantages of Poverty.
We talk about why we’ve got traditionally prevented the subject of poverty when establishing instructional coverage within the US. We additionally discover how reframing the context for schooling as one thing broader and extra community-based opens up alternatives to essentially change how we take into consideration schooling. This can assist put together the rising generations for the transformation of labor that’s on the horizon with the onset of the brand new industrial revolution we’re starting to see with the appearance of automation and machine studying.
Paul walks us by means of a number of case research that broaden the main focus past the standard triangle of Trainer, Pupil, Content material which has been prevalent in schooling in recent times. Pondering extra broadly (and extra boldly) opens up alternatives to handle instructional challenges in methods which can be extra holistic and built-in into the help methods of the group.
It’s an vital dialog and we very a lot admire the chance to talk with Dr. Reville about this crucial matter to the way forward for schooling.
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Weiss, E., & Reville, P. (2019). Broader, Bolder, Higher: How Colleges and Communities Assist College students Overcome the Disadvantages of Poverty. Harvard Schooling Press.