Dec 22, 2021
Too often our systems are set up to be rigid and standard, when we know the world is adaptable and flexible. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit our schools, it was the people who were adaptable.
The system was not. The assessments were not. The policies were not. Most schools and organizations had nothing prepared to...
Oct 23, 2021
Melinda Wenner Moyer has been a science journalist for 15 years, covering new trends and controversies in science and medicine. She is also a contributing editor at Scientific American magazine and a faculty member in the Science, Health & Reporting Program at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. Since having...
Oct 4, 2021
As the popularity of “Growth Mindset” has flourished over the past few years, we’ve seen many articles, books, and resources come out about how kids should be taught to have a growth mindset, over a fixed mindset.
Yet, a lot of the talk around this switch in mindset is focused on what you believe will happen,...
Sep 24, 2021
The Backwards Podcast is back, and in our first episode of Season 2, Host A.J. Juliani shares a story of adaptable people solving unique problems. If we want to build something better, we almost always have to start from the ground up!
Apr 26, 2021
In this episode, we talk with best-selling author and curriculum expert Heidi Hayes Jacobs about her book Bold Moves For Schools and her work in education around the world.