Seg. 1: The 'Side Effects' Of Education. Seg. 2: Civility In Modern Politics
Segment 1: Are we taking the wrong approach to education research?
Results-oriented education research often overlooks the side effects that accompany common teaching practices. We learn how the approach medical research makes can help educators avoid damaging policies from the start.
- Yong Zhao, author, What Works May Hurt: Side Effects in Education
Segment 2, beginning at 15:14: Does civility in politics have limits?
From refusing service in restaurants to name-calling at the highest level in government: civility in politics (or the lack thereof) is on people's minds. What is the value of civility in politics? Do some situations demand that our behavior not be civil?
- Don Haider-Markel, professor and chair, University of Kansas - Department of Political Science