[Podcast] Adventures in Online Education

[Podcast] Adventures in Online Education

“The very nature of how we ask the question allows kids to bring WHO they are and HOW they are into the conversation to deepen the learning outcome.” 

How do we unlock brilliance in our students? Colin joins Natalie Conway at Adventures in Online Education to talk about moving beyond compliance to build psychological safety in our online classes and engage all students with critical thinking.

Colin shares why swapping in names and holidays in math word problems in the name of culturally responsive teaching doesn’t actually create a personal connection. Instead, we should be preparing kids to answer “Who was the most significant person in the Revolutionary War by first asking kids “Who is the most significant person in your school? Your household? What is the most significant location in your community?” 

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