Why education failed but teachers succeeded in 2020 with Stefanie Faye Frank


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Today we’ve got one of our featured experts for the season. Stefanie Faye Frank is a neuroscience researcher.

She specializes in translating complex scientific concepts into real-world language to help people find new ways to use their talents, discomforts, failures, and challenges as pathways to growth and evolution.

In other words, she helps people Pivot by transforming negatives into positives.

I invited Stefanie to chat specifically about education’s response to COVID over the past year. How did the field of education respond, and how did individual teachers respond?

This turned into an enlightening conversation on the nature of change itself, at both the individual level and the systemic level.

In particular, pay close attention to what Stefanie calls “survival of the busiest,” and how we can leverage that principle to create the change we actually want.


▸ Website: https://stefaniefaye.com/
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▸ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stefanieffaye

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