In this interview with Kara Pecknold at Frog Design, we explore the basics of design thinking, discuss its implications for society and education in particular, look at specific applications, and explore some specific tips and tools for getting started.
In this interview with Ned Johnson, founder of PrepMatters and co-author of The Self-Driven Child: The Science and Sense of Giving Your Kids More Control Over Their Lives, we explore how parents can help kids thrive in life. There are some powerful insights in here for educators and schools as well.
What happens when you take the spirit of match dot com and apply it to helping students find the right college, the right job, the right major, and the needed funding? That is what we explore in this interview. Along the way, this is a great interview to explore the way in which big data might help us address pressing challenges in education. This is also a great interview for those aspiring educational entrepreneurs who want insight on what it takes to be successful.
School is a game, but it is a terrible game. Join us in this interview with Dr. Barry Fishman as we explore how we can change or improve that game for the benefit of learners.
Join us for this interview with Zack Brisson, co-founder of Reboot, as we explore the value of user-centered design in clarifying and solving problems that range from global issues to the challenges of an individual classroom.
After a three-month summer break, the MoonshotEdu Show Podcast is back with an incredible interview. John Katmzan, founder of The Princeton Review, 2U, and Noodle Companies joins us to explore standardized tests in education, the advertising wars, and more. John offers aspiring educational entrepreneurs some important tips and insights as well.
Amid the focus upon test preparation and increased academic time on task, attention to physical activity and movement is sometimes limited or forgotten in schools. In this interview with two experts on the role of movement, physical activity, and learning; we explore this topic from a variety of angles.
In this interview with a co-founder of Filament Games, we learn the story of an instructional designer turned game designer and startup founder, gain insights on the game design process, and get tips on how to get started.
In this episode, we speak with the founding president and a student in the founding class of one of the newest higher education institutions in this world, Wayfinding Academy. Learn about their distinct approach to higher education, one that flips things upside down and starts with student passion and interest.
We are seeing an un-bundling and re-bundling of education, especially in higher education, but also in K-12, professional education, workforce training, and more. In this interview with Hudson Baird of PelotonU, we learn about a promising innovation around student mentoring and community building that is producing impressive results.