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Lisa Betts-LaCroix talks to brilliant and wise academics and scientists, visionary innovators and entrepreneurs, communication experts, authors, and other bright minds to unpack the skills and mindset needed to activate your Inner Super Hero. Whether you're growing a business, building a family, launching a start-up, managing a team, or reinventing your Self, the world needs your brightest, biggest most powerful Self now more than ever.
 
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Today we chat with Dr. David Labaree, a sociologically oriented historian at the Stanford Graduate School of Education on some of the major processes and patterns that define the relationship between education and society. David's books include, “Someone Has to Fail" & "How to Succeed in School Without Really Learning.” We are joined by fellow educ…
 
Buses, taxis and walking trains! A deep dive today into how the mainstream values of opportunity play out at the start of the school day. Following this, we tackle that most controversial of issues.. what shall we wear? The mainstream opportunity centred school is torn between the freedom of fashion and the efficiency of uniforms. Join us! Get in t…
 
Today we dig deep into the minutiae of the mainstream school to see just how deeply those values of opportunity, independence and efficiency run. How does the mainstream school system support parents that work beyond the school day? Should childcare in these cases be the responsibility of schools and local government to support and subsidise or sho…
 
Malcolm Giles works with those training to become teachers. As a professor, he provides them with an integral & holistic approach to better understand the nature of the profession they are entering. We explore his best practices, engaging exercises, and frames for thinking.저자 Reinventing Education
 
Without staff meetings a mainstream school cannot: -debate the merits of ideas & proposals together -collaborate in teams to reach school goals -share roles to ensure effective & efficient use of time In this episode, we dive deep into the culture, protocols and activities found in mainstream staff meetings and tease apart the pros and cons of this…
 
How do we help students effectively and efficiently demonstrate their learning at school? How do I as a teacher engineer the best possible unit to maximize the use of our time together to achieve our curricular goals? These could be questions at the core of the hearts and minds of teachers in mainstream schools. Today we dig deep into the indicator…
 
Mainstream schools support teacher growth through continuous training or "professional development". Today we look at how this professional development, with its transparent and achievable goals, lines up with the core mainstream value of "opportunity". Also... We all agree that we want “good teachers”, but it's tough to reach a consensus about jus…
 
This episode was recorded LIVE to Tiktok. Thanks to my friends on that platform who gave me the rich listening environment that I often miss in the podcast world as I reviewed the things I learned from 2020. If you'd like to give me some feedback or some insights or ideas for next year's show please connect with me on my socials. Tiktok | Intragram…
 
This week, we look into the culture and beliefs of the staff in a mainstream school. We ask, what matters to teachers in mainstream schools in terms of their relationships? And how can we build strong, positive cultures that balance transparency, logic and support without being in constant flux or getting tied up in the cold data of bureaucracy? We…
 
In today's episode, we talk about the pushes and pulls that shape the role of a principal or head teacher in a mainstream school, including; the challenges of managing a large and diverse staff, bearing ultimate responsibility for student growth and being the conduit between government agencies and the community. We also discuss how the job of prin…
 
Today we have a second chat with Dr Brad Kershner that builds on the strands from our first conversation back in episode 55. We dig deeper into the ways that we can create a developmentally minded school in both culture and practice. We also talk about the kinds of relationships that we want to nurture and ask how we can best embody our broad and c…
 
Gina Hatzis dreams of a world filled with people living on purpose, shining in their full glory, and occasionally busting a dance move now and then. As a women’s empowerment advocate and speaker, she makes it her full-time job to live a fully expressed life, and guides others to do the same. Gina talks with Lisa this week about the success that com…
 
Crystal Langen is a best-selling author, motivational speaker, and a women’s business coach. She specializes in pleasure-based businesses based on the pillars of: pleasure + strategy + messy action + embodied mindset. Crystal joins Lisa again to talk about how her own childhood and now motherhood have shaped her approach in both personal and busine…
 
In today's episode, we look at how evolving designs of school buildings have gone hand in hand with changes in education. We discuss why the traditional one room schoolhouse gave way to the mainstream cellular model and consider the extent that this better serves students and teachers. And, of course, we get to the thorny issue of whether schools a…
 
Frederick Marx is an internationally acclaimed Oscar and Emmy nominated director/writer and producer with 40 years in the film business. Frederick joins Lisa to talk about responsibility and maturity for men in our society, and how his films have been a way to support the disadvantaged and misunderstood communities. Frederick discusses the Rites of…
 
Here at Reinventing Education, we have a theory that the three main aims of school are citizenship, workplace preparation and self development. But how does a mainstream school, with its core value of opportunity, carry out these three aims? And when push comes to shove, where does it devote its limited resources? Join us! And be sure to let us kno…
 
The controversial statue of Cecil Rhodes is finally (slowly) falling at the University of Oxford, and Black Lives Matter protests have started or accelerated similar discussions in many other institutions. However, UK universities are still steeped in a legacy of colonialism and White privilege. In this podcast, I discuss with Mia Liyanage who rece…
 
Today we launch Season 5 in earnest with our first deep dive into the world of the "mainstream" school. This is the school just down the road. It's the one that populates our collective memory. It's a world of differentiation, standardised tests, sports teams, report cards, graduations and qualifications. The mainstream school is the water that we …
 
Season 5! Welcome back. We fire up the new season by interviewing Dr. Brad Kershner on issues relating to creating a school that has development at its core. The discussion includes; the fundamental importance of relationships, finding truths that cut across all values and how the codes we speak are not always in alignment with the cognition going …
 
Sonya Renee Taylor is an award-winning poet, activist, author, and founder of the digital media and education company, The Body Is Not An Apology. She joins Lisa for a conversation about what radical self-love looks like, and why it can be the path to not only overcoming and rising above our individual shame and self-loathing but also to dismantlin…
 
In this episode, I interview Robin Goldberg, the Chief Experience Officer of Minerva Schools at KGI. Minerva started as a project to rethink undergraduate education in the US, and move it beyond the current stage when students spend a huge amount of money for what often amounts to poorly designed education. They have designed a whole new curriculum…
 
Amy Lorbati is the founder of Witch, Bitch, Whore, a movement dedicated to empowering females, encouraging sisterhood, and helping society realize that the world is better off when females can unleash their maximum power. She joins the show this week for a conversation surrounding the emotional damage behind the words Witch, Bitch, and Whore, and h…
 
Parents today are in a unique position navigating online learning or “distance learning” as the standard for at least the coming fall semester due to COVID-19 pandemic. What happens to our children’s education now? How are we going to continue our own education? Amir Nathoo is the CEO of Outschool, an online learning platform for kids ages 3 to 18 …
 
I'm sure you are familiar with the old saying, "Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater." meaning that we don't want to lose the best aspects of an idea when we change things up. Every kind of school, be it traditional, mainstream or progressive has some vital, healthy elements that we want to keep and expand on. We call these "babies". While a…
 
Today’s world is chaotic and confusing. There’s racial uprising, a pandemic, conspiracy theories and fake news. We may find ourselves distraught and often doubting our previously held beliefs - can they really be this malleable? Film Director Michael Morgenstern shares his perspective on how media and art can greatly influence our reality, truth, a…
 
Julia Wells believes that women were built for receiving and that it's time to replace the usual "bro marketing" business approach. She believes that the more pleasure we have in our life, the more profit we can receive. She grew up in a household where ‘sex’ and sexuality weren’t taboo topics, and so when she decided to start a career as a pussy-b…
 
This episode we are joined by Integral coach Lennie MacLeod, to discuss how schools can use the theories underpinning the Reinventing Education model to become the healthiest possible version of their core values. We talk on topics such as, how traditional schools allow for redemption, how an administrator can use values to best place staff and how…
 
A personal update on the past two weeks and on the future of the show. In this episode Lisa shares what's been happening, what is ending, and what is to come. Linking Arms; Rising Together FOUR, 90-MINUTE SESSION WEBINAR SERIES: Mondays, July 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th 6:00 PM-7:30 PM PDT When women come together in solidarity, there’s no stopping what …
 
Hi. Before you check out episode 52, it might be good to go back and listen to episode 50 for an explanation of all the bits and pieces that make up our attempt to lovingly reinvent education! Today, we take a casual tour thought the back roads of the Reinventing Education model. We dig deep into some of the pros and cons of the traditional, mainst…
 
In this episode, I interview Chris Edwards, the CEO of Green School Taranaki in New Zealand. Before starting this school in early 2020, Chris was head of the United World College of South East Asia (UWCSEA), one of the largest international schools in the world; now he is building a much smaller school that is all about building a learning communit…
 
Hot off the tightly scripted overview of our model in episode 50, we take a looser journey through the highways and byways of Reinventing Education. We dig into the the Integral theory that underpins many of these ideas before discussing how the three kinds of school; traditional, mainstream and progressive, are battling it out for the soul of educ…
 
Four divorces and a career change didn’t stop Sunne Justice from facing the next chapters of her life with enthusiasm. With her deeply rooted spiritual beliefs and network of support, Sunne learned to heal from her hurts, pursue a higher self, and ultimately, serve the highest good by supporting businesses, individuals, and organizations that give …
 
Sandra Ricker (on LinkedIn) is the Edu Tech Lead for Quinoa Education (webpage in German), a private school in Berlin that caters for disadvantaged children in an inner-city setting. In this conversation, we talk about how they dealt with lock-down, and Sandra shares many practical strategies for using edu tech during the crisis and beyond. The mai…
 
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When Chip Conley was first dubbed a “Modern Elder” by Airbnb’s CEO Brian Chesky, he hated it. Our collective impression of being an “elder” is an association to being old, and he didn’t want to be branded as the old guy. But Chip reclaimed and is helping change the way we all view aging. He embraced his role as an elder to his mentees. In this epis…
 
How do we change education? This episode is our best answer. In short, we believe that educational change comes when we seek to identify and act on the core values as they manifest across 8 key aspects of school: the activities, resources, systems, environments, communities, cultures, beliefs & reactions. In this special episode, we attempt to summ…
 
Vicky Lowell of Empowered Worth shares thoughts on women's financial planning, planning for cohabitation, marriage, cohabitation, and the financial impact of divorce on women. In 2018, UBS Financial Service published a report which shows that millennial women abdicate their money more than the previous generation. To Vicky Lowell, this problem is m…
 
In this episode, I am speaking to Lord Jim Knight (@LordJimKnight), the Chief Education Officer at Tes Global. He was Minister of State for Schools and Learning under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, and has since kept on working to improve education, both as a member of the House of Lords, and in various other roles. In this conversation, we explore t…
 
Christen Lien is a composer and Violist who sees her work as storytelling rooted in the art of a narrative. Her mesmerizing performance style has been featured in museums and ballets and she has performed for the Obama White House, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and at Google and Burning Man. Her message on the importance of trusting yourself more th…
 
James Tooley is Professor of Educational Entrepreneurship and Policy at the University of Buckinghamshire. His research work and other activities mostly focus on low-cost private schools, which he has come to see as one of the most powerful contributors to making high-quality education accessible to the poor in developing countries. In this convers…
 
Disruptive business analyst Charlene Li suggests ways businesses can move forward and thrive after lockdown. Charlene also shares her expertise on thriving through a disruptive mindset and servant leadership and how she went from being a misfit during her childhood, to becoming the Founder of Altimeter and one of the Top 50 Leadership Innovators na…
 
Today we wrap up our season long look at the traditional school! How does a traditional school communicate with parents? Are the kinds of parent teacher conferences that you find in these schools still meaningful and effective in 2020? Today we dig into the thorny topic of interaction with parents and discuss the strengths & weaknesses in the ways …
 
Dr. Elisa Song is a trailblazing pediatrician offering practical support in these pandemic times. She gives practical advice on how we can protect ourselves, especially our children, against the threat of COVID-19. Elisa explains how COVID-19 works inside the body and breaks down how our body fights against the virus. She talks about the top supple…
 
The traditional school prides itself on having a beautiful range of facilities. From a well maintained grounds, spacious sports pitches and a dining hall that is clean as a whistle to a fully stocked library. The benefits of having such a physical environment may be obvious. But in 2020 is it still possible and desirable to have this old school app…
 
I've been thinking a lot recently about Shame and about the next stage of our Shelter in Place experience now that we are in the second month of the current Shelter in Place rulings. At the same time some states are lifting the restrictions and many people are protesting the bans. As is so often the case, when human being feel afraid we get reactiv…
 
Catalyst is an international programme for young people and their teachers that addresses the War on Drugs in the Americas. It combines several months of online collaboration with an intense summer camp and thereby tries to really enable the participants to return to their communities, make a difference and develop their own voice in shaping drug p…
 
Each type of school has its own conception of how young children should be educated. Today we look at how Traditional schools run their Kindergartens. One of the questions we ask is, "Why do schools that value self discipline an order allow the youngest children such freedom?" In the second part of the show we dig into how a security minded traditi…
 
Bend, not break. That’s Jacki Rigoni’s philosophy! Our guest today is a writer and poet who knows that hardship is the road to healing and that all pain offers rich rewards no matter how tough it is to go through. Jacki shares her Heroine’s journey and the knowledge that we can thrive not in spite of the challenges we face but because of them. Yes,…
 
Six-figure business? Kelly McCausey took her skill of graphics and web design and started working smarter rather than harder, to turn it into a six-figure business, surrounded by a loyal and booming online community. Sponsor: Life Legacies because your loved ones’ stories matter! "Content must have meaning and depth and really deliver value." — Kel…
 
The Corona virus global pandemic has forced schools around the world into the largest experiment of virtual learning that has ever been undertaken. Traditional, mainstream and progressive schools have dealt with this unfolding crisis in very different ways. Today we look into the solutions that these three types of school systems have developed as …
 
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