Leading up to the School Revolt, we had the pleasure to have a conversation with Carl Eugene Stroud. He’s an online tutor of French, Spanish, and English to students of different ages across the world. Previously, he’d contacted us to share a few different pieces about especifismo. Those pieces were the basis for our conversation.
Some of the topics that we discuss include (but aren’t limited to) digital pedagogies and learning spaces, the connection of study groups to praxis, defending the learning space, and especifismo. This conversation was awesome, so we’re really happy to share it with you!
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And finally, some of the things that are mentioned in this episode that you might want to go check out:
- Carl Eugene Stroud: How Do You Say ‘Especifismo’ in English? and The Tendency to Learn and Teachers: A Question of Class
- Nicole (Nerd Teacher): We Need More Honest Reflections About How We Organise
- Carl Eugene Stroud: The Politics of Void: Survival is Resistance