E14: The Future of Education: A conversation with Yusuf Ahmad
What will education look like in a century? Piecemeal and unbundled, or integrated? Eaten by tech—and how, if so? Where is pedagogy headed? EC? K12? College? This week, we are joined by Yusuf Ahmad, researcher, developer, and member of the Lifelong Kindergarten group, to discuss the future of education.
Dr. Matt Bateman
Dr. Matt Bateman earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy in 2012 from the University of Pennsylvania. He taught and continued his research at Franklin and Marshall College in the Department of Psychology, on topics ranging from neuroscience to evolutionary theory to philosophy, before joining the LePort Schools as Director of Curriculum and Pedagogy in 2014.
In 2016, Dr. Matt Bateman became a founding member of Higher Ground Education. He is now Vice President of Pedagogy for Higher Ground and the Executive Director of Montessorium.
E15: Should There Be Less Education? A conversation with Bryan Caplan
Written by Dr. Matt Bateman on February 15, 2022
E13: Discussing Discussions: A conversation with Bobby McDonald
This week, we are joined by Bobby McDonald, founder of Parlay Ideas, to talk about what makes classroom discussions difficult and how to overcome these challenges.
E11: Education in Antiquity Pt. 2: A conversation with Dr. Jason Rheins
Dr. Jason Rheins, historian and philosopher, joins us to discuss ancient Greek education during the Socratic Era. Listen to learn about the ancient Greek approach to mathematics, moral edification's role in ancient education, and more.
Dr. Rheins is a Montessorium Senior Research Fellow; you can find more of his work in our History of Education initiative.
E10: Becoming a Montessori Educator: A conversation with Louise Livingston
Louise Livingston, an AMI Montessori Trainer at the Maria Montessori Institute joins Ray Girn and Matt Bateman for a discussion about the distinct virtues and mindsets required to become a Montessori educator.
What is the role of the Montessori educator? How is it different from how we might conceive of a teacher and other approaches? What is technology's role in these questions?