Solving Wicked Problems with Dr. Sonny Magana — Reimagine Schools

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In this episode, Dr. Sonny Magana, a pioneer in educational technology research, shares insights from his book, Disruptive Classroom Technologies: A Framework for Innovation in Education, that features his T3 Framework for Innovation that includes a hierarchy of three domains (Translational, Transformational and Transcendent) that serve as a highly reliable model for enhancing modern instructional practice. Dr. Magana also dispels the myth that technology alone leads to improved student achievement as a generation of “Digital Natives” are falsely perceived to have the innate ability to learn independently through enhanced technology tools. Instead, Dr. Magana cites evidence that students today need trained teachers that understand the process of learning to help kids solve “wicked problems” and shift the narrative about real learning outcomes in the classroom. Twitter: @sonnymagana. Website: www.maganaeducation.com

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About Dr. Greg Goins

As the Founder/Host of the Reimagine Schools Podcast, Dr. Greg Goins has emerged as one of the nation’s leading voices on visionary leadership and the path to transforming our schools. He currently serves as the Director of the Educational Leadership Program at Georgetown College (KY) and previously spent 15 years as a school district superintendent in Illinois. Dr. Goins is a passionate keynote speaker and is available to speak at your next education conference or school PD day. To book Dr. Goins, please send inquiries to drgreggoins@gmail.com.  Twitter: @DrGregGoins. Website: www.reimagineschools.net.

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