“QuotED” with Sufyan Christian

“QuotED”

“QuotED” is a podcast about some of the biggest ideas in education. Sometimes radical, sometimes provocative but always interesting, “QuotED” looks at quotes from some of the most progressive thinkers in Education.

Each episode, Sufyan and Karl break down their favourite quotes from educators and education writers around the world and through history, analysing the ideas behind them and offering their own takes and responses.

Join Sufyan and Karl as they break down John Taylor Gatto’s iconic Seven-Lesson Teacher through the first seven episodes of the podcast, and subscribe to see what they tackle next.

You can watch episodes of the “QuotEd” podcast on the Rebel Teacher Network YouTube channel or subscribe to the audio podcast on your favourite podcast app.

Sufyan Christian

Sufyan is the host of the “QuotED” podcast and has appeared on the Talking Teaching podcast and the Rebel Teacher Podcast.

Karl began in education as a leader of youth centres in England before moving to Indonesia to teach English as a foreign language. As a teacher, he always strived to make lessons as engaging as possible and to make learning as valuable as possible, and these principles remain at the heart of his educational philosophy to this day.

Karl very quickly identified a desperate need for teacher development programmes in Indonesia and later across the world. This realisation led to his establishing a training institute for teachers and later the Rebel Teacher Network to connect passionate and progressive teachers around the globe.

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Sufyan Christian, host of the “QuotED” podcast

Karl Millsom

Karl is the founder of the Rebel Teacher Network, host of the Talking Teaching Podcast and co-host of the Rebel Teacher Podcast with Lee Dargue and QuoteEd with Sufyan Christian.

Karl began in education as a leader of youth centres in England before moving to Indonesia to teach English as a foreign language. As a teacher, he always strived to make lessons as engaging as possible and to make learning as valuable as possible, and these principles remain at the heart of his educational philosophy to this day.

Karl very quickly identified a desperate need for teacher development programmes in Indonesia and later across the world. This realisation led to his establishing a training institute for teachers and later the Rebel Teacher Network to connect passionate and progressive teachers around the globe.


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