The Future Of The Education System & What That Means For Us W/ Kevin Stoller

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In this episode with Kevin Stoller, we talk about the current education system, what the future holds for it, and what that means for us and our children.
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“Our choices as adults affect the kids.”
— Kevin Stoller

Greetings, SuperFriends!

Today we are joined by Kevin Stoller. Kevin is the founder and CEO of a company called Kay-Twelve, which helps academic organizations better structure learning environments. It is pretty obvious that he and I share that interest and passion about how to get people to learn more, isn't it?

Apart from Kay-Twelve, Kevin also runs the Better Learning podcast, where I recently had the great pleasure to be a guest on, where he talks about different ways that we can influence the educational space, real-world tactics, improving education, and what the future of education is.

I wanted to have Kevin on the show, not just because we both geek out about learning, but because he has some really interesting insights into what the future of education will look like. I don't think anyone is surprised when we say the model is not working and that it is going to be disrupted.

But, we need to ask what that means for us, what does that mean for the children in our lives, how can we help create this revolution in education, and also how can we improve our own learning based on what experts like Kevin are discovering in their day to day work.

This was a really interesting conversation, a little bit different than usual, but since it has to do with learning, I'm sure you folks are going to love it!

-Jonathan Levi

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In this episode, we discuss:

  • Who is Kevin Stoller, and how did he get here? [3:50]
  • Where does Kevin's passion for education originate from? [5:50]
  • What is wrong with our education system? [9:20]
  • What can we do to improve education? [11:20]
  • What does all that mean for our children? [17:30]
  • How can we set ourselves up to learn better? [27:35]
  • What are some things Kevin Stoller does to perform at a high level? [29:50]
  • What are some books that have impacted Kevin? [32:40]
  • Where can you find more about Kevin Stoller? [36:45]
  • Kevin Stoller's final takeaway message [37:40]

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

Favorite Quotes from Kevin Stoller:

“85% of the jobs that will exist when current kindergarteners graduate from school do not exist right now.”
“A lot of times, it's the parent's ego that's forcing the idea that kids need to go to college.”
“Most people learn better by actually doing things.”
“Try things and test them out.”


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    I have never left a review for any Podcast yet. This is a 5 Star Podcast for sure.

    I have listened to almost all of your Podcasts from Episode 1. I am sad hear you are ending it at 300 and I haven’t actually heard the reason why.

    I have enjoyed Jonathan’s evolution as a host and the eye opening information I have gleaned over the years. Introductions to people like Dave Asprey, Hal Elrod and Steven Gundry to name a few have helped me grow and understand several things much better. Trying out their products has been fun as well.

    I didn’t always agree with some of the viewpoints and information presented here, like psychedelics in treatment of PTSD for example, but have come to understand more and more with the help of this and other information sources of how much an open mind into these ideas may help many sufferers in the long run. And I often suggest things to people as a result of this openmindedness.

    Every episode ha something to be learned and I am sure I’ll refer back in the future. I wish Jonathan much happiness in the coming Daddydom and hope for nothing but great things for his wife and growing family and the extended company family.

    Here’s hoping you restart in the future but enjoy the time with the important people in your life.

    Les M. Rude
    Alberta, Canada

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