ClassCast Podcast

Ep.073 -- Tibbens -- Don't Dummy-Proof Teaching (#EduPodlooza Innovation Response)

August 02, 2021 Ryan Tibbens Season 3 Episode 73
ClassCast Podcast
Ep.073 -- Tibbens -- Don't Dummy-Proof Teaching (#EduPodlooza Innovation Response)
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ClassCast Podcast
Ep.073 -- Tibbens -- Don't Dummy-Proof Teaching (#EduPodlooza Innovation Response)
Aug 02, 2021 Season 3 Episode 73
Ryan Tibbens

ClassCast Podcast Ep.073 -- Host Ryan Tibbens ruminates on how efforts to standardize, scale, and reproduce great teaching ultimately lead to dummy-proofing, to treating teachers like dummies who need scripts and Choose-Your-Own-Adventure styled lesson plans. This solo talk was recorded in response to Ep.072, the #EduPodlooza Innovation Roundtable, in which participants addressed concerns with micromanagement, groupthink, mass appeal, and more. If you believe that great schooling requires great teaching, or if you believe that the key to improving education is to improve teacher quality, this talk is for you. National teacher shortage? The answer is here. Do teachers want more money? Yes. But would most good teachers be willing to accept a smaller raise if accompanied by greater autonomy? ALSO YES. Listen, then respond. Drop a comment below or email readthinkwritespeak@yahoo.com to get involved in the discussion.  The ClassCast Podcast streams on all major platforms, YouTube, and at ClassCastPodcast.com!

Support the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)! Your $2.22 donation keeps this discussion alive! 

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Show Notes

ClassCast Podcast Ep.073 -- Host Ryan Tibbens ruminates on how efforts to standardize, scale, and reproduce great teaching ultimately lead to dummy-proofing, to treating teachers like dummies who need scripts and Choose-Your-Own-Adventure styled lesson plans. This solo talk was recorded in response to Ep.072, the #EduPodlooza Innovation Roundtable, in which participants addressed concerns with micromanagement, groupthink, mass appeal, and more. If you believe that great schooling requires great teaching, or if you believe that the key to improving education is to improve teacher quality, this talk is for you. National teacher shortage? The answer is here. Do teachers want more money? Yes. But would most good teachers be willing to accept a smaller raise if accompanied by greater autonomy? ALSO YES. Listen, then respond. Drop a comment below or email readthinkwritespeak@yahoo.com to get involved in the discussion.  The ClassCast Podcast streams on all major platforms, YouTube, and at ClassCastPodcast.com!

Support the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)! Your $2.22 donation keeps this discussion alive! 

Support the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)