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More Than Just a School

More Than Just a School

Karen Lock Kolp explores secondary education in the MTJAS Podcast. If you like Off-Trail Learning with Blake Boles, The Cult of Pedagogy with Jennifer Gonzalez, The Luminous Mind with Rebecca Bohman, and the School Sucks Podcast, you'll love More Than Just a School!

How do we motivate kids to be high achievers? What qualities do teens wish they saw more of in their own educations? How do you know when your kid has a great teacher? How does school impact a teen's anxiety? On the More Than Just a School podcast we investigate the answers to these questions and more. When MTJAS host Karen Lock Kolp's kids needed something different in their education, she and her husband Benjamin Kolp (MTJAS producer) found Bay State Learning Center, a nurturing community ...
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How do we motivate kids to be high achievers? The answer may be different than you think. In this conversation MTJAS podcast host Karen speaks with the director of a learning center for adolescents, George Popham of Bay State Learning Center (the center which Karen's sons attend.) George digs into the differences between intrinsic and extrinsic mot…
Today we hear from Max, a teenager who plays kickass guitar, is totally into physics and science, and is a great cook to boot. (I know this because he is also my son.) Max left school in second grade, because the academic pressure caused PTSD-like symptoms in him. Now as a high-school-age kid, he describes his favorite quality about the education h…
Ever wondered what qualities a high school teacher needs most to connect with kids and inspire great learning? In this episode of the More Than Just a School podcast, we dive into that, speaking with teacher Ajay Puvvala. Ajay is a beloved teacher at Baystate Learning Center, and as you'll hear what he loves most about his job can also be the most …
In this very first episode of More Than Just a School I get to speak with 14-year-old Sam, a teen whose anxiety used to be extremely bad. So bad that Sam was hospitalized when he was 12. During our conversation Sam shares: – school as a major cause of his anxiety – what his family did to help him – a hugely significant change that made the differen…
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