In this episode of the 360 podcast, we talk with Park Tudor's Upper School Tech Integrator Sandi Johnson. We discuss the differences in teaching online as compared to in-person classes, and how we can best utilize technology to effectively teach and learn, while online.
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 this episode of the 360 podcast, we talk with faculty from across Park Tudor about teaching and learning during a pandemic. We discuss the highs and lows, as well as how the pandemic has presented us with unexpected opportunities to reflect on our own teaching.
Welcome to the first episode of season 3 of the 360 podcast! In this time of returning to in-person instruction during the global COVID pandemic, we chat with Brian Simmons, a mindfulness teacher and educational leader from Manhatten, NY. We discuss ways that we can use mindfulness and meditation to help us teach and learn well through this uncertain time.
Welcome to this special episode including a conversation with Dr. Rodney Glasgow, Head of School at Sandy Spring Friends School in Maryland. We discuss what equity and inclusion in the independent school setting.
Check out our latest 360 Podcast: A conversation about effective eLearning and teaching during these unusual times with Park Tudor Upper School English teacher Laura Gellin, and Director of Curriculum and Instruction Brent Kaneft.
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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.