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Independent Curriculum: The Podcast
Independent Curriculum: Innovative by Definition
Category: K-12
Location: Dedham, Massachusetts
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We are a global consortium of over 140 schools asking questions and sharing ideas and resources as we work to make our programs...


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November 08, 2017 06:20 AM PST

Featured guest Jewel Reuter, Associate Head of School for Institutional Research, Academic Innovations, and Strategic Relations at Episcopal School of Baton Rouge (LA), chats with host Peter Gow about how the school prepared and then learned from its experiences when the city and much of their campus flooded in the fall of 2016. Drawing on her own experiences in New Orleans in the aftermath of Katrina, Reuter offers anecdotes, best practices, and above all guidance for sustaining and developing a whole-child educational program and maintaining a strong school culture under even the most challenging of circumstances. A summary of the episode and links to resources and ideas referenced can be found at http://independentcurriculum.org/episcopal-baton-rouge-podcast-2017/

September 15, 2017 07:20 AM PDT

Featured guest Elizabeth Clayton, Assistant Head of School and a science teacher at Charles River School (MA), chats with host Peter Gow about the PreK–8 school’s work to sustain and develop the kinds of Progressive, constructivist practice that have been a hallmark of its program since 1911. A summary of the episode and links to resources and ideas referenced can be found at http://independentcurriculum.org/podcast-charles-river-school/ .

August 03, 2017 04:14 AM PDT

Featured guest Larry Kahn, Chief Technology Officer at Trinity Valley School (TX), chats with host Peter Gow about ongoing work to engage students more deeply in their own learning experiences and about his own observations as a thought and practice leader in the independent school community. A summary of the episode and links to resources and ideas referenced can be found at http://independentcurriculum.org/partner-podcast-trinity-valley/

July 27, 2017 08:14 PM PDT

Featured guest Kimberley Berndt, science teacher at St. Mark's School (MA), chats with host Peter Gow about how developing her reflective practice within a school engaged in strategic transformation of its culture of teaching and learning. A summary of the episode and links to resources and ideas referenced can be found at http://independentcurriculum.org/stmarksmapartnerpodcast/

July 14, 2017 08:50 AM PDT

Featured guest Vince Watchorn, Head of School at Providence Country Day School (RI), chats with host Peter Gow about how a set of named features creates a culture of engaged learning and living at the school. A summary of the episode and links to resources and ideas referenced can be found at http://independentcurriculum.org/partner-podcast-providence-country-day-school/

July 03, 2017 02:54 PM PDT

Featured guest Mariandl Hufford, director of the Center for the Advancement of Girls at The Agnes Irwin School (PA), chats with host Peter Gow about her work, about advancing girls through research-driven programming, and about advancing all students. A summary of the episode and links to resources and ideas referenced can be found at http://independentcurriculum.org/partner-podcast-agnes-irwin/

April 05, 2017 11:56 AM PDT

A conversation with arvind grover of Grace Church School (NY) on what the "Anti-Racist School" would look like--and some challenges to educators and the Independent Curriculum Group. (58:42)

September 27, 2016 06:25 AM PDT

Part 2 of our two-part conversation with Tim Fish, Chief Innovation Officer at the National Association of Independent Schools, on how this new position will be supporting schools in their efforts to learn and evolve. (34:30)

September 27, 2016 06:08 AM PDT

Part 1 of our two-part conversation with Tim Fish, Chief Innovation Officer at the National Association of Independent Schools, on how this new position will be supporting schools in their efforts to learn and evolve. (39:56)

September 21, 2016 10:12 AM PDT

The second half of our two-part conversation with John Gulla, executive director of the E. E. Ford Foundation and a leading voice on behalf of educational innovation and improvement.(49:31)

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