Successful failure to disrupt with webinar guest Justin Reich

Many thanks to Justin Reich for taking time to talk with me about his book Failure to Disrupt, his research in education technology, and his views on where we go from here. Watch the video and scroll/click through the links below. Enjoy!


00:02 Open-Source Learning

00:49 Justin Reich

00:58 Failure to Disrupt

02:56 Clay Shirky

02:58 Sal Khan

03:28 Clayton Christensen

03:35 disruptive innovation

07:07 Inscription at UCLA’s Royce Hall: Education is learning to use the tools which the race has found indispensable.

07:33 Morgan Ames on charismatic technology

07:53 Tinkering Toward Utopia by David Tyack and Larry Cuban

09:07 Massive open online courses (MOOCs)

11:36 The One Best System by David Tyack

12:22 Peter Drucker

12:57 Stockholm syndrome

13:05 Sebastian Thrun

13:07 Sugata Mitra

14:29 M.I.T. Teaching Lab Reports During COVID19/ Resources for Policy Makers, School Leaders, and Teachers

20:21 LAUSD $1.3B Apple iPad fiasco

22:14 Quizlet

23:52 Desmos

24:25 Scratch

27:33 Paolo Freire

27:27 Audrey Watters

27:40 Seymour Papert

28:08 “Why Reform Sometimes Succeeds” by Jal Mehta and David Cohen

28:28 Maria Montessori

29:27 High Tech High

29:37 NEF

35:33 The Age of Surveillance Capitalism by Shoshana Zuboff

* [Editor’s Addition] How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism by Cory Doctorow

40:30 White paper: “Open-Source Learning: How School Can Win the Disruption Age”

41:24 Douglas Rushkoff

44:06 “School’s Out Forever” on This American Life by Chana Joffe-Walt

45:36 Disruption/ worst mud season ever in Vermont

46:22 “Schooling in the Fifth Season” by Justin Reich for ASCD

46:29 N.K. Jemisin

48:15 Outdoor learning

50:12 High speed internet access is a basic human right

51:08 EFF

51:31 “There aren’t a lot of ways of improving well-being for young people that don’t involve politics.”

51:57 ESSER (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief) Fund

53:57 Jessica Calarco: “Other countries have social safety nets. The U.S. has women.”

54:49 Harvard Education Redesign Lab

56:23 Connected Learning Summit

57:57 Failure to Disrupt

58:02 M.I.T. Teaching Systems Lab