Rebranding Rubrics for Education and Life
Rubrics are more than a tool for teachers and students. They exist all around us, in our personal and professional lives. Join Marc Eckō and special guest Dr. Lauren Bierbaum for the first episode of Rebranding Rubrics.
In this three-session episode, Marc and Lauren define what rubrics are, examine how rubrics operate, and discuss how rubrics can be used to map the learning process. In the third session, Marc uses a rubric to explore his own, ongoing learning journey to become the creative leader he wants to be.
In later episodes, Marc will host 1:1 conversations exploring the rubric designs of individuals at the apex of their industries, discuss the qualities on which their success was created, and find out how they mastered their own rubrics.
Marc Eckō is an entrepreneur, fashion designer, angel investor, advocate for creators and education reformer. Once a graffiti artist with no connections or fashion pedigree, in 1993 Marc left the safety net of pharmacy school to start his own fashion company – Eckō Unlimited. He is also the founder, and chief brand and creative officer of COMPLEX, a media-broadcast platform that creates and publishes content covering the best, most diverse and relevant voices in culture. COMPLEX has established one of the most sought-after audiences of millennial influencers ever assembled.
Dr. Lauren Bierbaum
Dr. Lauren Bierbaum is Managing Director of Data, Research, and Policy at XQ Institute. Her areas of expertise include ethnography, evaluation, and strategic planning. She holds a doctorate in American Studies from Yale University.
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