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  • An Interview with James Lang

    James Lang talks to us about small teaching and the science of learning. Learn more about James and his books on his website –

  • An Interview with Tony Wagner

    Learn more about Tony on his website at Tony Wagner at the Policy Research Institute – Learning by Heart: An Unconventional Education – The Global Achievement Gap […]

  • An Interview with Rohit Bhargava

    Learn more about Rohit on his website – Rohit’s books: Rohit’s videos:

  • An Interview with Lucas Cone and Joachim Wiewiura on If Schools Didn’t Exist

    Lucas Cone is a PhD student at the Danish School of Education, Aarhus University. He earned his MA in Education at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University […]

  • An Interview with Jonathan Haber

    Jonathan’s Website – Critical Thinking (the book) – MOOCs (the book) –

  • An Interview with Abby Falik

    A recognized expert on social innovation, leadership, and the changing landscape of education, Abby Falik has been profiled by The New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR, and The Chronicle […]

  • An Interview with Robert Pondiscio

    About Robert Pondiscio – How the Other Half Learns: Equality, Excellence, and the Battle Over School Choice –

  • An Interview with Rachel Niemer & Mike Goudzwaard

    Faculty Competencies for Innovation? – article published in Inside Higher Education Learn More About Rachel – Learn More About Michael –

  • An Interview with Kim Hamilton Duffy

    Kim Hamilton Duffy, a multi-university, international effort designing the future of academic credentials — in her role at MIT Open Learning. Her expertise is interoperable, standards-based credentials and decentralized identity […]

  • An Interview with Sarah Fine

    Sarah is an educator and scholar working at the intersection of practice and research. Her work is grounded in the goal of transforming schools and classrooms into more humanizing places […]