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360 Podcast

The 360 Podcast

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Welcome to the all new 360 Podcast, an all-around look at student-centered education. Through interviews with experts both on campus and further afield, we will be exploring various aspects of a great education.

If you have any questions or suggestions for the podcast, please let us know at or via Twitter @360podcastPT.


360 Podcast Hosts

Adrian Pumphrey

Adrian Pumphrey

Teacher - Middle School Math, Co-host and Director of Park Tudor's 360 Podcast

Mr. Pumphrey taught Middle and Upper school math in London before moving to Indianapolis in 2012. He taught Algebra 2 and Statistics at Herron High School before joining Park Tudor in 2014. He now teaches middle school mathematics and co-presents and directs the school's 360 Podcast, discussing topics around student-centered education. He recently received an award of distinction from the University of Oxford for his Masters thesis researching 'Low-floor-high-ceiling' math tasks and student engagement. Mr. Pumphrey also teaches Mathematics Education at IUPUI and is on the committee for Elementary Mathematics Specialist Standards with the Indiana Department of Education.

Laura Gellin

Laura Gellin

Teacher - Upper School English
In addition to teaching AP Language and Composition and Ninth Grade Honors English, Ms. Gellin serves as the advisor of the Artisan, the Upper School's nationally-awarded literary and arts magazine. Off-campus she has been awarded a position on the national committee for National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines Advisory Committee, the Teacher Recognition Award and Medal from the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, and a generous Fellowship Grant from the English-Speaking Union to study in London at Shakespeare's Globe. Over the past few years, she has presented at the national AP Conference, the national NCTE conference, the national ISACS conference, the statewide Indiana Teachers of Writing Conference, and the statewide Indiana Association of Independent Schools Conference. She taught for the Johns Hopkins University Center of Talented Youth program for several summers, teaching both English and interdisciplinary courses to gifted and talented students. From 2004-2006 she was the Ninth-Grade Team Leader and a Middle and Upper School English teacher at Gaston Day School in Gastonia, NC.