“We Have an Education Debt” with Abbie Korman

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

  Today we are joined by Abbie Korman who has a big dream to engage others in making good trouble and working to change education at the structural level. Get ready to explore: -removing the current systems to make way for ones that benefit all of us -personal reflection -social justice and community support I hope you get some critical … Read More

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Curriculum Series #4—Crafting a Compelling Driving Question

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

Today, I am discussing an element of project-based learning that is often overlooked – how to craft a compelling driving question.⁠ ⁠ I break down the differences between essential and driving questions, I give examples of each, and a checklist or the standard of what is needed. When you are creating a driving question, I recommend a minimum of 5 … Read More

How Leading with Your Values Can Turn Your Job into a Calling with Dr. Richard Shell

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

  In Podcast Episode 64 of the Time for Teachership Podcast, I am talking with Dr. Richard Shell, a global thought leader at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and author of the book “The Conscience Code: Lead With Your Values, Advance Your Career”. He is a skilled communicator across many diverse audiences. His students have included everyone … Read More

Kindness Doesn’t Equal Justice

Cait O'ConnorBlog, Engage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Being kind is key to creating a better world, but it isn’t the same thing as justice. Kindness that is rooted in justice isn’t always comfortable, but it’s necessary to create change that matters and affects marginalized students and communities. Kindness is a human way that we connect to each other, in both words and actions. Being kind to … Read More