The Learning is Change Podcast
By Ben Wilkoff
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I believe the the best way to create change within Education is to reflect upon the practice of teaching and learning with those who are doing it every day. My podcast is part of a deeply engaged community. It, as an extension of my blog and Youtube channel, are where I get to tackle all of the things I would like to learn how to change in Education with a community of reflective practice teachers and leaders in order to create an engine for authentic learning.
||Bud Hunt’s Future Ready Schools Denver Summit Keynote (Audio Only)||I love it when Bud Hunt speaks words out of his mouth. Occasionally I get to hear them in the same room. Very occasionally, I get to record those words and share them with others. I hope you listen to this and I hope you learn from his challenge: Stop ...||27 6 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||When Robots Start Taking Careers Instead Of Jobs, What Does Career Ready Mean?||Today's podcast episode is about how challenging I found two videos about how robots, automation, and mechanization will take entire careers. I want to start thinking about what we can stop teaching based upon the idea that many of the careers we are p...||25 8 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Should We Remove The Struggle From Professional Learning?||In this podcast episode I discuss whether or not it is important for us to remove struggle from professional learning experiences. Do you have any thoughts? Should we be taking out steps and making things easier for people to learn,||14 8 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Any Learning Happening In The 21St-Century IS 21St-Century Learning.||In this episode I talk through the implications of 21st-century learning. This week I realize that any learning that happens in the 21st-century is 21st-century learning. We should not be disparaging one another's learning.||25 7 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Is Your Position Public-Facing?||In this podcast I discuss the concept of a job that is public facing. In education, only a few are officially ordained as public facing, but what would happen if we all had that distinction? What would happen if we were all accountable to parents and c...||27 6 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||How Are You Defending The New And Promoting The Good?||In this podcast episode I explore how it is that we communicate about new projects that we are working on. I pose the question of how we defend those new projects, promote good things that are happening within our schools and districts,||4 6 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Do You Have A Tenacious Verve?||In this podcast I discuss a tweet shared with me by Andrew Stillman, which he accuses me of having a tenacious verve as a convener of roundtables. I also ask the question as to whether or not we should all have this trait within our schools and distri...||20 5 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||What Is Your Mandate For Learning?||In this podcast episode I explore what it means to have a mandate for the projects you were working on. How do you ensure that others help you scale your work? How do you reach your mandate for learning?||25 4 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||What Does Your Educational Bat Signal Consist Of?||In this podcast episode I discuss the ideas of using a persistent hangout chat as an educational bat signal How are you creating educational bat signals throughout your learning environment?||7 4 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||How Clear Is Your Role?||This podcast episode is dedicated to the idea that we don't have clarity around the differences between educational technology, blended learning, personalize learning, instructional technology, IT, professional development,||27 3 2014||Free||View In iTunes|