Navigating Change: The Podcast from Teibel Education

Exploring Higher Education as Fiction with Professor Brad Allenby

Episode Summary

Professor Brad Allenby maps the changes in higher education to grand revolutions of European history, that of the Glorious British Revolution of 1688 or the French Revolution leading to the Reign of Terror. As a faculty member at Arizona State University, Dr. Allenby has seen first hand the pressure building in the classroom and beyond it. Schools are facing challenges to their economic models, just as faculty are facing pedagogical challenges in the classroom. This week on _Navigating Change_, Dr. Allenby joins us for a conversation on change, how we market education, and what it means for all of us to remain _relevant_ over the next twenty years. **Links & Notes** - [Brad Allenby at ASU](https://webapp4.asu.edu/directory/person/744560) - [Technological, Social, and Sustainable Systems — Brad Allenby MOOC at EdEx](https://www.mooc-list.com/course/technological-social-and-sustainable-systems-edx) - [_The Techno-Human Condition_ by Braden Allenby and Daniel Sarewitz](https://www.amazon.com/Techno-Human-Condition-Braden-R-Allenby/dp/0262015692/ref=sr_1_1?sr=8-1&ie=UTF8&keywords=the+technohuman+condition&tag=rashpixel_mwl-20&qid=1477000332) - [The Human as Design — Braden Allenby at The Chautauqua Institution](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4DLBvXsl2U)

Episode Notes

Professor Brad Allenby maps the changes in higher education to grand revolutions of European history, that of the Glorious British Revolution of 1688 or the French Revolution leading to the Reign of Terror. As a faculty member at Arizona State University, Dr. Allenby has seen first hand the pressure building in the classroom and beyond it. Schools are facing challenges to their economic models, just as faculty are facing pedagogical challenges in the classroom. This week on Navigating Change, Dr. Allenby joins us for a conversation on change, how we market education, and what it means for all of us to remain relevant over the next twenty years.

Links & Notes