In this edition of the Roundtable, host Tim Cavey connects with Rita Rai, Nadia Irshad, and Peter Anderson from Glarea Elevated Learning, a school that is charting a unique path to learning and instruction.
What is challenge-based learning, how does it help students, and how does it fit with inquiry and other approaches to instruction? You’re about to find out.
Select any of the timestamps listed below to jump to specific portions of the discussion. ⬇️
Questions and Timestamps from This Conversation
- 0:29 – Who is Rita Rai?
- 3:12 – Who is Nadia Irshad?
- 5:15 – Who is Peter Anderson?
- 9:22 – What is Glarea Elevated Learning? How is this school different?
- 11:38 – What is the history of Glarea Elevated Learning? How, when, and why was it founded?
- 17:28 – What is challenge-based learning? Why is an emphasis on challenge so important in education today?
- 21:49 – What do you see as the current and future roles of technology in education?
- 29:15 – Why is it so important to put BIPOC women in places of institutional leadership? What work remains to be done in this space?
- 33:43 – How are children learning differently than they were 10-20 years ago? How can teachers and schools responsively to those needs?
- 36:29 – What is the meaning of Glarea?
- 41:29 – How can we connect with you and join your learning journeys?
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