Ep 9: Interview with Summer Howarth

June 12, 2017

In episode 9, we interview the fantastic Summer Howarth, the Director of Learning Design at EduChangemakers. Summer is one of the most passionate and hard-working educators out there and this chat could have gone on for days. We discuss the origins of TeachMeet in Australia and discover why libraries, cheese and 7-minute stories go together. Summer shares insight into why teaching was a calling for her and how her story evolved through school. We also unpack the vast portfolio of work that Summer and the EduChangemakers team do, exploring everything from design thinking to lean startup to how to impact change in schools. Summer also unveils some new feature events for EduChange (you'll have to listen to hear these exclusives!). We hope you enjoy the show. Dean and I would also love it if you could take a few minutes of your time to leave us a review on iTunes, PodBean or Soundcloud. 

Summer Howarth - bio
https://twitter.com/EduSum - @edusum
Director of Learning Design @educhangemakers | Educator | Enthusiast | Adolescent Advocate |

Listed by the Educator Hotlist in 2016 as one of the most influential figures in Australian education and a founding member of TeachMeet.

TeachMeet Sydney - https://tmsydney.wikispaces.com/
Henrietta Miller - https://twitter.com/henriettaMi
Matt Esterman - https://twitter.com/mesterman

http://www.educhange.com.au/
http://educationchangemakers.com/
http://educationchangemakers.com/changemakerprogram.html
http://educationchangemakers.com/eclabs.html
http://edupreneurthebook.com/
https://twitter.com/EduChangemakers
https://twitter.com/loukaparry
https://twitter.com/d_faulk
https://twitter.com/MaddyScottJones

Steve Glaveski - https://twitter.com/SteveGlaveski
https://www.lemonadestand.rocks/
Maths Pathway - http://www.mathspathway.com/
Tim Ferris - DSSS model of learning: http://tim.blog/2013/05/20/accelerated-learning-techniques/
Josh Reid Jones - https://twitter.com/JoshReidJones
http://www.joshreidjones.com/

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