Redesigning School

We're All ReDesigners Now: Transitioning to Remote Teaching and Learning

April 22, 2020 Terry Dubow, Julia Griffin, Jodie Ricci, Zoe Neely Season 2 Episode 13
Redesigning School
We're All ReDesigners Now: Transitioning to Remote Teaching and Learning
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Redesigning School
We're All ReDesigners Now: Transitioning to Remote Teaching and Learning
Apr 22, 2020 Season 2 Episode 13
Terry Dubow, Julia Griffin, Jodie Ricci, Zoe Neely

A not so funny thing happened on the way to summer this year...

The global pandemic has disrupted the world as we know it, which has led all of us to reimagine, reconfigure, and redesign our lives. For teachers and students in particular, the moment has resulted in a momentous and sudden shift in how, when, where, and why we do our work.

At ReDesigning School, we're going to change the focus of the podcast for the next weeks to explore how schools are adjusting their programs in real-time -- the good, the bad, the we're-not-sure-yets.

First up: Jodie Ricci, chair of the performing arts department at Hawken and educational coach in Harvard University's Project Zero online classroom. We also interviewed Zoe, a Hawken senior, to hear a student's perspective on the shift to remote learning. 

What's clear is that for all its real and immense challenges, this moment is also an opportunity to refine and revise our approaches. 

Show Notes

A not so funny thing happened on the way to summer this year...

The global pandemic has disrupted the world as we know it, which has led all of us to reimagine, reconfigure, and redesign our lives. For teachers and students in particular, the moment has resulted in a momentous and sudden shift in how, when, where, and why we do our work.

At ReDesigning School, we're going to change the focus of the podcast for the next weeks to explore how schools are adjusting their programs in real-time -- the good, the bad, the we're-not-sure-yets.

First up: Jodie Ricci, chair of the performing arts department at Hawken and educational coach in Harvard University's Project Zero online classroom. We also interviewed Zoe, a Hawken senior, to hear a student's perspective on the shift to remote learning. 

What's clear is that for all its real and immense challenges, this moment is also an opportunity to refine and revise our approaches.