In R.E.A.L. Time:A Discussion about Discussion
In R.E.A.L.® Time is a place for conversation about the art, science, and impact of student-led discussion. If that mission feels meta, it’s also born of what we see as a concrete need: an exchange focused explicitly on discussion and stocked with a blend of expertise, research, human interest stories, interdisciplinary connections, and fun!
Edited by Katherine Burd
“The teacher who stands out in my mind is Ms. Hall, my Art and Art History teacher for all four years of high school. I don’t think I recognized it at the time, but I think she really showed me what it means to be in a flow state. And also the importance of a great playlist in the background of a classroom. She so delicately balanced giving her students personal space and structure.”
This week, we feel challenged by Paul Zak’s work on trust in the workplace, Leyla Alipour’s protocols for boosting student creativity, and NYU press’s forays into online discourse in the Digital Humanities.
This week’s highlighted media bring together ideas from students, teachers, and academics to identify problems and strategies for interrupting inequity and pursuing antiracism in schools.
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