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Learning Unboxed

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We hear, frequently, that the global education system is broken, and as a result, we spend billions of dollar trying to fix it. But the K-12 system isn’t actually broken at all – it’s working exactly as it was designed, 100 years ago, and it’s obsolete.

So in Learning Unboxed, we will have a conversation about teaching, learning, and the future of work; we will reimagine, rethink, and redesign our educational system.

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038 | Collaborating With Your Community on Design Challenges | with Meghan Federer
The Works is a museum, but it is also much more than that. It is a place to not just learn but explore for kids, families, and adults — and it’s an active member of the Newark, Ohio, community.Meghan Federer is the STEM Education Director for Middle and High School students at The Works, and she sees herself and the museum as a spark; an opportunity to ignite engagement in history, art, and technology. Meghan takes a hands-on role in helping kids and adults alike take charge of their learning and find new ways to explore.To learn more, visit: pastfoundation.orgResources:-Learn more at www.attheworks.org-Facebook: www.facebook.com/attheworks-Twitter: www.twitter.com/attheworksLearning Unboxed is produced in part by Crate MediaRecorded by Eric French at WOSU Studios in Columbus, Ohio
037 | Preparing for the Next Industrial Revolution, Additive Manufacturing | with Ian Stroop & Mike Kunselman
Today we are going to talk about additive manufacturing, what some are calling the next industrial revolution. First of all, what exactly is additive manufacturing, and what is so exciting about it? We also talk about the Additive Manufacturing Summer Institute, which was a project between the National Science Foundation ATE Grant Program and Columbus State Community College, the PAST Foundation, along with a lot of collaborators from industry and a variety of educational partners in and around the community.To learn more, visit: pastfoundation.orgResources:-Additive Manufacturing Summer Program: https://www.pastfoundation.org/additive-manufacturing-summer-instituteLearning Unboxed is produced in part by Crate MediaRecorded by Eric French at WOSU Studios in Columbus, Ohio
036 | Introducing Women & Minorities to Days Science | with Jenna McGuire & Airyana Washington
Joining us today is Jenna McGuire, who is the Associate Director for Translational Data Analytics Institute at The Ohio State University, and Airyana Washington, a student who participated in the data science summer camp program. We talk about data science and what the heck it is. But more importantly, how do we get more young women interested in what data science is about? We also talk about Airyana’s interest in politics, advocating for minorities, and the environment at a political level, and how to take all of this interest and turn it into a future career.To learn more, visit: pastfoundation.orgResources:-Learn more: https://tdai.osu.edu/summer-camp/Learning Unboxed is produced in part by Crate MediaRecorded by Eric French at WOSU Studios in Columbus, Ohio
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Started
Jan 28th, 2019
Latest Episode
Nov 11th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
40
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40 minutes
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