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We know that powerful things are happening in education and that those powerful things often go unnoticed or are siloed (within a community). We’ve built a space to share those powerful things, where we aren’t constrained by distance and scheduling. We’ll combine our 35 years of K - 12 teaching experience with the unique perspectives of our guests to connect you to relevant ideas and experiences. Listen in to motivate your practice, challenge your current pedagogy, and expand your horizons w ...
 
Interested in science, technology, machinery, engineering and the history behind everyday things? Want a fast and fun way to get your kids interested in STEM? Look no further! We break down a weekly engineering topic in a way that everyone can understand and enjoy. Twitter: @UnproEng Instagram: Unprofessional_Engineering Facebook: UnprofessionalEngineering
 
The Plus One podcast - educators inspiring educators! Join host Joe Houghton as he interviews innovative and creative educators from a variety of fields, disciplines and educational backgrounds, and explores their approaches to teaching and learning. Learn actionable tips to apply to your own teaching practice from educators who are there doing it for real!
 
For The Love of EdTech is a podcast by educators for educators. The podcast explores how educational technology can be used to improve students' learning experience and easy ways educators can implement EdTech in their classrooms. Hosted by Kara Hutchinson and Caryn Kelley, For The Love of EdTech will introduce educators to the wide and developing world of educational technology through expert advice, guest interviews, additional resources and much more! The podcast premieres September 23 an ...
 
The art and technology podcast bridges the gap between the traditional studio and digital technologies. It offers a generous helping of innovation and a smidgen of science, all combined by very creative people. Artists, researchers, resources, inventors, and some topics that are extreme and unusual are discussed. Further topic discussions on each topic can be found on the forums at digitalsculpting.net
 
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Studentcentricity

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BAM Radio Network - The Twitterati Channel

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What if everybody understood child development? What if all education policies were made with that understanding in mind? What if all education questions were approached from the perspective of the student? What if schools and the school day were planned with the needs of students in mind? What if all programs, projects, problems, and edtech solutions were truly student-centric? Tune in to Studentcentricity and get strategies for teaching with students at the center of the learning process.
 
Stemiverse is a podcast where every two weeks Dr. Peter Dalmaris, author of Maker Education Revolution and founder of Tech Explorations, talks with amazing educators about the most important topics in STEM Education. TE Podcast is a podcast where every two weeks Dr. Peter Dalmaris interviews professional engineers and scientists for their take in the latest developments, their practices, and advice, as well as makers about their projects, their favorite tools (software and hardware), and the ...
 
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FabLab ICC is located at Independence Community College in Independence, Kansas. It's a small town of less than 10,000 people in southeast Kansas. Yet for a town of that size, FabLab ICC with 15,000 sq.ft. of space is large. Jim Correll is the Director of FabLab ICC and Tim Haynes is the Manager. They are my guests on this episode to talk about how…
 
William Davis is an entrepreneur who set up FabLab in the USA (see https://www.fablabs.io/ ) and is also one of the founding members of the Nation of Makers (https://www.nationofmakers.us/ ), an organization established under the Obama administration to help manufacturing return to the USA. He has over 20 years of retail experience with CostCo in a…
 
Lori Flippin is the STEM Initiative Leader for the Great Lakes Bay Regional Alliance. In this episode, we talk about work it takes to make change and build infrastructure for programs in schools. The hard work that teachers do is supported by businesses, partners, and leaders. Lori is one of those leaders sharing the importance of partnering in edu…
 
I’m Dreaming of a Disney Christmas In today’s episode of My Disney Class Podcast, Howie and Ryan discuss their Disney dreams this holiday season. This includes several recent D23 Destination D announcements about upcoming attractions and events at Walt Disney World and the other Disney theme parks. Ryan and Howie really are excited for the future o…
 
When you discuss top engineering universities in the United States, Carnegie Mellon University will almost certainly come up regardless of the engineering (or computer science) discipline.If you are thinking about getting a degree in engineering, want to relive your glory days from college, or maybe you're just curious about what sets one universit…
 
Sometimes even what seems to be the simplest invention has a long and interesting history, and certainly isn't an instant success. That was the case with one of the most well known materials around today; Velcro!It all started when George de Mestral noticed some annoying burrs on his dog after a walk, and unknowingly used biomimicry to recreate thi…
 
As a Michigan Teacher of the Year, a life-long educator, and executive coach to individuals of all ages, Gary Abud Jr. is uniquely positioned to see how some of the challenges occurring in K - 12 translate beyond the classroom. Join us for a talk that may challenge your assumptions about teaching and invigorate you to question some of your practice…
 
Join us as we talk to Mike Corcoran from Darke/Preble County ESC as we discuss creating video lesson libraries. Hear Mike’s journey into educational technology, how his passion developed and what he thinks all educators should remember when it comes to using technology in the classroom!By Kara Hutchinson, Caryn Kelley
 
If you're thinking about getting into engineering, finding a new job in your field, or curious how much you should be getting paid, you don't want to miss this series on different fields of engineering. This time, we are focused on "What is Control Systems Engineering." Or Controls Engineering. Or Systems Engineering.... OK, you get the point. We'v…
 
In today’s episode of My Disney Class Podcast, Ryan and Howie welcome Emily Gathman. Emily is a 6th grade Science teacher at Bussey Middle School in Garland Texas. She loves to inspire her students to be creative problem-solvers as they tackle real-world Science and engineering problems in her classroom. In today’s episode of My Disney Class Podcas…
 
Making stuff, engaging in some form of material practice, is essential for students who are to become innovators, says Dr. Ann-Louise Davidson. She is an Associate Professor of Education and Concordia University Research Chair in Maker Culture in Montréal, Canada. She is the Director of the Concordia University Innovation Lab. She is also Associate…
 
Jonathan Tomek is the CEO of the cybersecurity firm MadX, LLC, and the co-founder of Thotcon, Chicago's biggest hacking event. In this episode, we have a wide-ranging discussion about tinkering, hacking, and how to remain curious about the world around us.Jonathan's company, MadX, LLC can be found at https://madx.co/And the hacking conference Jonat…
 
William Davis is an entrepreneur who set up FabLab in the USA (see https://www.fablabs.io/ ) and is also one of the founding members of the Nation of Makers (https://www.nationofmakers.us/ ), an organization established under the Obama administration to help manufacturing return to the USA. He has over 20 years of retail experience with CostCo in a…
 
The B-2 Stealth Bomber, also known as the Northrup Grumman Spirit, is a long-range US bomber. It might be the most well-known plane in the US military, but much about its technology and capabilities is still unknown to the public. Designed during the Cold War, the Stealth Bomber is the world's first first low-observation (or stealth) bomber. In add…
 
Can we capture the conversations and experiences of an in-person workshop and bring it to our listeners? That's the challenge we gave ourselves this summer. This episode is one of a series we'll be bringing you. We've threaded audio from conversations with teachers together with interviews from the team leading this project and finally project refl…
 
Sanjay Mortimer from E3D-Online comes back to the show to go off topic and deep dive into the physics of plastics, extrusion, users in 3D printing and general fun. We spoke about some of the recent patent releases as well and here is the link to the one that Sanjay showed Joe and Chris during the show: https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2021205174…
 
Pennsylvania State University (otherwise known as Penn State) has a long history as a top engineering school in the United States. In our new series on great engineering universities, we decided to focus on Penn State, not only because James is an alum, but because it is actually a great school as well!Starting as a land grant school back in the 18…
 
In today’s episode of My Disney Class Podcast, Ryan and Howie pick up where they left off a month ago when they were discussing Walt’s original Florida Project and plan to make E.P.C.O.T. the heart of everything that was going to go on in central Florida. In this episode, Howie and Ryan start at the solemn point of Walt’s death and how the company …
 
The Cedars Union has been a Dallas-area art incubator and makerspace since 2015. They have shared and private studio and work spaces, and primarily function through artist residencies in a system of cohorts. In this episode Rachel and Matt chat with the host about surviving COVID, structuring membership and training, access and membership software,…
 
nt State University, the Design Innovation Hub is a central resource on campus that provides makespace access and connects to the other makerspaces on campus. What is unique is its focus on fashion, design and art. In this episode, I talk to J.R. Campbell who is the Executive Director of the Design Innovation Initiative and Andrea Oleniczak who man…
 
It turns out that the first automobiles were not exactly the safest things to be motoring down the road (or what passed as roads) in. Imagine driving in a metal box, no seat belts, no air bags, no crumple zones... it doesn't paint a pretty picture! But how did these changes come about?We looked back at the history of vehicle safety to understand wh…
 
This episode focuses on how stepping off the stage to learn alongside our students can be equal parts rewarding and scary. In our interview with Dr. Troy Hicks, he shares some of the thinking that goes into this style of teaching- workshopping writing, teacher as coach, teaching online. We dig into the challenges and successes that Troy's worked th…
 
This episode is different! Joel Leonard is an educator, an entrepreneur, an activist and a Maker, based in North Carolina, USA. He is (I think!) my first guest with Shawnee and Cherokee ancestry. He inspires people around the need for practical skills, bringing his message far and wide, travelling to those who are sometimes outside mainstream educa…
 
This episode is different! Joel Leonard is an educator, an entrepreneur, an activist and a Maker, based in North Carolina, USA. He is (I think!) my first guest with Shawnee and Cherokee ancestry. He inspires people around the need for practical skills, bringing his message far and wide, travelling to those who are sometimes outside mainstream educa…
 
Makerspaces are becoming a fixture on college campuses. In this episode, the first of a series of conversations with the people who manage makerspaces at the Best Maker Schools in higher ed, we talk with two people involved in makerspaces at the University of Maryland, College Park. Rick Blanton manages Terrapin Works at the Clark School of Enginee…
 
Kevlar is widely known for its use in "bullet proof vests," but there is a lot more to it! In addition to this life-saving use, it is used for a number of other items thanks to its high heat resistance and high tensile strength.We looked into how Kevlar was created by Stephanie Kwolek while working at DuPont, the science behind its production, the …
 
Getting Primed with Michael Crawford In today’s episode of My Disney Class Podcast, Howie and Ryan welcome Michael Crawford to the show. Michael is currently a show writer at the Walt Disney Company and has also written for The Walt Disney Family Museum, The Disney Archives, Imagineering, and D23! In this episode, he will guide us through how his p…
 
As we continue our series on companies that built the world, we look at the history of one of the most valuable companies in the world: ExxonMobil. Known as part of "Big Oil" along with Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell, Total SE, and BP, ExxonMobil makes up a large percentage of the oil industry around the world.In addition to the long history of Exxon, …
 
Charles Platt, the bestselling author of Make: Electronics, talks about his background as a writer and how he wanted to explain electronics through hands-on demonstrations and full-color diagrams in his Make: Electronics book, which is coming out in a Third Edition. It's a book he wished he'd had as a kid. https://www.makershed.com/products/make-el…
 
How exciting can driving in a straight line be? Well, when you're going over 300 miles per hour, it can get pretty intense!! Unprofessional Engineering dug into the sport of drag racing to better understand the rules, but more importantly, to understand the engineering and technology that goes into making these some of the fastest vehicles on Earth…
 
Ann Foulds recently joined the UCD Innovation Academy as a Facilitation Specialist and brings a varied set of career experiences to the role. Ann has a degree in media & anthropology, has been a primary school teacher, is a trained journalist and experienced educator in several fields, is an educational advisor to the Sustainable Energy Authority o…
 
Ann Foulds recently joined the UCD Innovation Academy as a Facilitation Specialist and brings a varied set of career experiences to the role. Ann has a degree in media & anthropology, has been a primary school teacher, is a trained journalist and experienced educator in several fields, is an educational advisor to the Sustainable Energy Authority o…
 
Planning for the Community of Tomorrow! In today’s episode of My Disney Class Podcast, Ryan and Howie take a deep dive into Walt Disney’s plans for the Experimental, Prototype, Community of Tomorrow (E.P.C.O.T) or what later would be labeled as Progress City. This was an unfinished concept for a planned community developed by Walt Disney and design…
 
Coca Cola is one of the most recognizable brands across the world, and the "natural flavors" included in each bottle or can is one of the most closely kept secrets, as well.We looked into the part that Coca Cola actually plays in the process of making this tasty treat (spoiler: it isn't a huge role), what the "brewing" process looks like, how bottl…
 
Eric Carpenter is back to talk more about what a makerspace model could look like in a school. He shares some ways to think about activity planning and talked about how STEM and makerspace learning should start in a school. This episode is a deep dive, filled with specific examples and ideas for anyone who is on a makerspace journey in education. L…
 
Ashley talks with Eric Carpenter, the Executive Director and Chief Education Designer at Rocky Mountain Education Design. The first in a three-part series, this episode focuses on Eric's entry into education. He shares how he started working with the makerspace model with K - 12 students. Eric discusses the importance of collaboration and brings so…
 
In this Bonus Episode, we talked about the ways that COVID changed teaching. The challenges of teaching during this time are not to be minimized; nor are the challenges families and individuals have faced. In this episode, however, we focus on the changes that Eric thinks will stay in his own work and the teachers he works with. Eric shares some sp…
 
If you look out your window right now, you'll probably be able to see a tree of some sort out there somewhere. Depending on the time of year, it might be full of beautiful green leaves, or under the right conditions, you could be looking at a rainbow of autumn colors in front of you. But do you know why a tree's leaves change colors? There is a lot…
 
Full transcript and video: https://techexplorations.com/podcast/vlad-budnitski-become-a-better-developer-with-version-control/SummaryIn this episode, Dr. Peter Dalmaris talks with Vlad Budnitski.Vlad is an avid software developer who has worked in various high-tech industries and companies, including Mobileye, a subsidiary of Intel, which develops …
 
We met with Doug Oppliger, instructer at MTU and member of the MiSTAR team. We talked with Doug about how writing middle school curriculum transformed his thinking about content and his own teaching. We learn more about the reasons behind this curriculum and the work that went into creating it. Doug brings specific examples of how science and engin…
 
In today’s episode of My Disney Class Podcast, Ryan and Howie welcome Megan Zimdars to the show. Megan is in her 6th year teaching and is currently working with 4th graders at Boswell Elementary in Lebanon MO. Megan teaches Social Studies and ELA and does so in some of the most magical ways all in a classroom that is themed wonderfully to inspire s…
 
Blacksmithing has gone from the backbone of medieval towns to an artisan craft revitalized over the past few years. We have looked into the history of blacksmithing, from the rudimentary crafts done thousands of years ago, to the development of the first nail, and now to the modern take on this ancient profession.In addition to the history of black…
 
We connected with Rich Van Tol, a dynamic leader at Bay Arenac ISD. Rich shares what STEM means to him, and how out-of-school educators are working together to support children in the region. Listen in to hear Rich talk about the importance of focusing on equity and one exciting new project that has come from those conversations. Out of School Time…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of the Plus One podcast! More amazing educators sharing their stories and approaches to teaching and learning, to give the rest of us ideas for improving our own practice. Suzanne Buttimer runs the Rockwell Music Academy, based in Cashel, County Tipperary. Suzanne is a different educator from any of my other guests – she teaches…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of the Plus One podcast! More amazing educators sharing their stories and approaches to teaching and learning, to give the rest of us ideas for improving our own practice. Suzanne Buttimer runs the Rockwell Music Academy, based in Cashel, County Tipperary. Suzanne is a different educator from any of my other guests – she teaches…
 
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