Archive | February, 2015

Blake Boles

Episode 074: Blake Boles on Self-Directed Learning

In this episode of MEP, we have Blake Boles, who’s a writer, adventurer, educator and entrepreneur. He tells us about his passion for self-directed learning, and his work helping young people challenge themselves and connect with each other. Guest Bio: Blake Boles builds exciting alternatives to traditional school for self-directed young people. He directs the company Unschool Adventures […]

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Kirsten Winkler of EDUKWEST

Episode 073: Kirsten WInkler, Education Technology Blogger and Founder of Edukwest

In this episode of MEP, we have Kirsten Winkler, an award-winning education technology blogger and the founder of Edukwest. We dig deep into the conversations she’s had with founders of edtech start-ups and her thoughts on where we are now in 2015, and the current state and impact of edtech start-ups that have been around […]

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Deb Mills Scofield

Episode 072: Deb Mills-Scofield

In this episode of MEP, we have a great conversation with Deb Mills-Scofield. We learn how her background has shaped her perspective in education, and she shares her thoughts on innovation in the education space. We also try to get her framework and her modeling in working with companies and see how we can apply […]

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Daniel Goleman

Episode 071: Systems Thinking in Schools w/ Daniel Goleman and Peter Senge

I had the chance to communicate with Daniel Goleman about coming on this podcast.  I’ve been a huge fan of his work on emotional intelligence.   Due to his busy schedule, we’ve agreed to pull a great conversation between Peter and Dan from his website, Morethansound.net, which provides a great look at systems thinking and […]

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