Episode 22
Is Disruption the New Normal for Education?

In our twenty second episode, our guests explore how the pandemic disrupted our education model and the various emerging opportunities causing the world of education to experience a profound shift.

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Welcoming Our Guests

We were honored to welcome our panel of special guests eager to discuss the various emerging opportunities causing the world of education to experience a profound a shift.

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Shauna Anderson

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Nora Bateson


Luz Olid Diaz


Joseph Callender

Shauna Anderson, Co-Founder at USchool.com

Shauna is passionate (obsessed?) about personalized learning, educational choice and freedom, educational technology, lifelong learning, and helping others, especially those who are marginalized, find success on their educational journeys

Joseph Callender, Agile and System Thinker

Joseph is a results-driven business professional with 20 years of extensive experience in evaluating, testing and evolving regulatory information management systems to develop best practices for FDA regulatory submissions. A dynamic developer of solutions to business challenges with a talent for building long lasting business practices through the deployment of digital and operational change. 


Luz Olid Diaz, founder at evolving education and co-founder at global innovation path

Luz is an education researcher, film maker,  and a scientist turned educator and artist. founder of evolving education, whose mission is to democratize educational practices that empower learners to take responsibility for their own learning. She has traveled around the world interviewing +100 educators, parents and learners in some of the most innovative learning centers of 4 continents. The film “killing curiosity” is the first outcome of this adventure. She was trained as a scientist and worked in biomedical research before making a big shift in her life to focus on education. Luz has experience in Spain’s educational system and in agile learning centers (ALC). 

Nora Batesonaward-winning filmmaker, writer, and educator president of the International Bateson Institute

Nora's work asks the question: “how can we improve our perception of the complexity we live within, so we may improve our interaction with the world?” an international lecturer, researcher, and writer, Nora wrote, directed, and produced the award-winning documentary, an ecology of mind, a portrait of her father, Gregory Bateson. Her work brings the fields of biology, cognition, art, anthropology, psychology, and information technology together into a study of the patterns in ecology of living systems. Her book, "Small arcs of larger circles" released by Triarchy press, uk, 2016 is a revolutionary personal approach to the study of systems and complexity.


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