In part 2 with Dr. Lori Desautels, we discuss how we as parents and teachers can model best practice with mental health, whether technology can be helpful or harmful when it comes to mental health, and the implications of the Adverse Childhood Experience study.
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.
In part 1 with Dr. Lori Desautels, we talk about mental health and anxiety in children.
In part 2 with Brent Kaneft, we talk about faculty observations and our use of space to optimize teaching and learning.
In part 1 with Brent Kaneft, we see what's next for Park Tudor after reading Neuroteach.
In part 2 with Scott Looney, we discuss the mastery transcript's affect on college admissions.
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Mr. Pumphrey taught Middle and Upper school math in London before moving to Indianapolis in 2012. He taught Algebra II and Statistics at Herron High School before joining Park Tudor in 2014. He now teaches middle school mathematics and is also lead faculty and founder of the summer School of Entrepreneurship and Design for high school innovators. Mr. Pumphrey co-presents and directs the school's 360 podcast, discussing topics around student-centered education. He has recently completed his Masters in Learning and Teaching at the University of Oxford where he was given an award of distinction for his research with regards to mathematics task design and student engagement.