BY JUSTIN REICH
Virtual Book Club Podcast
In the Fall of 2020 Justin Reich hosted special guest presenters, students from MIT, and others from around the world in a discussion of the 10 chapters of Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can't Transform Education. Then he explored those discussions in his TeachLab Podcast.
Virtual Book Club Guests
Professor of English at Macomb Community College concentrating on privacy, institutional tech policy, digital redlining, and the re-inventions of discriminatory practices through data mining and algorithmic decision-making, especially as these apply to college students.
Founder of Hack Education and author of The Monsters of Education Technology and (soon!) Teaching Machines.
Writer, theorist, speaker, and researcher on learning, networks, technology, analytics and visualization, openness, organizational effectiveness, and complexity in digital environments.
Gale and Steve Kohlhagen Professor of English and American Studies at William & Mary specializing in Rhetoric; Digital Publishing; Feminism & Technology; Digital Humanities; Electronic Literature.
Christina and Neil Heffernan
Natalie Rusk and Mitch Resnick
MIT Media Lab Researchers developing creative learning technologies and co-creators of Scratch.
Creative Director of the Education Arcade. He has designed award-winning games in both academic and commercial environments, focusing on what is authentically playful in challenging academic subjects.
American professor of Informatics at the University of California–Irvine.
Former high school math teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator now Chief Academic at Desmos.
Antero studies how technology and gaming shape youth learning, literacy practices, and civic identities at Stanford's Graduate School of Education.
Director of the Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER) focused on teacher evaluation, the measurement of teaching, and its relationship to student growth and development.
Founder of Open Learning Initiative (OLI), former Stanford professor and currently Amazon’s Director of Learning Science.