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Episode 135 Natalie Wexler on the role of knowledge in education

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In this episode Lars speaks with Natalie Wexler about the role of knowledge in learning, and of knowledge rich curriculums in school. We discuss the reception of E.D. Hirsch, the importance of content for writing and reading instruction, the relationship between skills and knowledge, curriculum debates and culture wars, testing reading comprehension, Bloom’s taxonomy, Montessori pedagogy, and much more.

Natalie Wexler has published two books relevant to the topic of our conversation: The Knowledge Gap (2019) and The Writing Revolution (2017), the last one together with Judith C. Hochman. She also is the host of the six episode podcast Knowledge Matters podcast, and she publishes regularly on her Substack: https://nataliewexler.substack.com/

For further reading, Natalie recommends Daisy Christodoulou’s book Seven Myths about Education.

For the debate about school reform, Matthew Iglesias and Freddie deBoer, see: https://nataliewexler.substack.com/p/reports-of-the-death-of-education

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The music is by Arne Kjelsrud Mathisen, see the facebook page Nygrenda Vev og Dur for more info.

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In this episode Lars speaks with Natalie Wexler about the role of knowledge in learning, and of knowledge rich curriculums in school. We discuss the reception of E.D. Hirsch, the importance of content for writing and reading instruction, the relationship between skills and knowledge, curriculum debates and culture wars, testing reading comprehension, Bloom’s taxonomy, Montessori pedagogy, and much more.

Natalie Wexler has published two books relevant to the topic of our conversation: The Knowledge Gap (2019) and The Writing Revolution (2017), the last one together with Judith C. Hochman. She also is the host of the six episode podcast Knowledge Matters podcast, and she publishes regularly on her Substack: https://nataliewexler.substack.com/

For further reading, Natalie recommends Daisy Christodoulou’s book Seven Myths about Education.

For the debate about school reform, Matthew Iglesias and Freddie deBoer, see: https://nataliewexler.substack.com/p/reports-of-the-death-of-education

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Our logo is by Sveinung Sudbø, see his works on originalkopi.com

The music is by Arne Kjelsrud Mathisen, see the facebook page Nygrenda Vev og Dur for more info.

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Thank you for listening. You can contact us on our facebook page or by email: larsogpaal@gmail.com

There is no better way for the podcast to gain new interested listener than by you sharing it with friends, so if you find what we do interesting and useful, please consider doing just that. The podcast is still most in Norwegian, but we have a lot of episodes coming out in English.

Our blogs:

https://paljabekk.com/

https://larssandaker.blogspot.com/

Alt godt, hilsen Lars og Pål

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