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Best Metacognition podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Metacognition podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Lisa Betts-LaCroix talks to brilliant and wise academics and scientists, visionary innovators and entrepreneurs, communication experts, authors, and other bright minds to unpack the skills and mindset needed to activate your Inner Super Hero. Whether you're growing a business, building a family, launching a start-up, managing a team, or reinventing your Self, the world needs your brightest, biggest most powerful Self now more than ever.
 
Profiling agents of growth and transformation in K-12 education. Advocating for collaboration, communication, creation > consumption, critical thinking, design thinking, growth mindset, inquiry, PBL, and strategic uses of technology in education. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teachersonfire/support
 
Teaching is a personal profession. We shine brightest when we work together in a safe environment for the betterment of our students. Two Pint PLC is a podcast that invites you to join two educators who discuss the big issues in education in a personal and casual conversation. Two Pint PLC combines the research base, current events and personal experiences to provide a context for each listener’s own professional development.
 
We are Trinity Church in the Indianapolis area. Our main purpose as a church is to make disciples who make disciples. We have 3 locations in NE Indy, East Fishers and in downtown Indy at Garfield Park. Check out our website for more information at www.encountertrinity.com
 
Those who achieve significant success possess a vision which reaches far beyond self. They are the people who challenge the social norms and commit to breaking new ground. Learning, growing, and evolving to provide a foundation for generations to come. This is the Infinity Effect. This channel is a place where thought leaders, industry experts and influencers provide access to decades of experience, knowledge, and wisdom to empower your self improvement. And in so doing, affect the trajector ...
 
An interdisciplinary conference focusing on new ideas and discoveries in research on the evolution of human cognition The conference focuses on genetic, developmental, and socio-cultural processes that have played a particularly significant role in the evolution of human cognition, and on uniquely human cognitive achievements in domains such as causal understanding, language, social learning, theory of mind and meta-cognition.The event was supported by All Souls College, The British Academy, ...
 
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Most people believe they are good at critical thinking. But until you become aware of metacognition, thinking about how you think, your problem-solving will be restricted by the thought patterns you were raised with. Most of us are vaguely aware of the concept of better thinking - phrases like thinking outside the box - but we don't have a label fo…
 
JULIA FLISS is a 6th grade ELA teacher, activist, world changer, Sustainable Development Goals Ambassador, lifelong learner, creative, and yogi. She’s an encourager, amplifier, networker, lifelong learner, and she’s passionate about leveraging education to make the planet a better place for learners of all ages. Follow Julia … On Twitter @JuliaFlis…
 
Hosted by Martin Burrett (@ICTMagic), this episode features a webinar focusing on Intervention Strategies in education. With guest Jen Morris, the session explored activities, strategies and resources inspired from the Twitter #UKEdChat session. For more information including additional links, see https://ukedchat.com/2020/02/13/intervention-strate…
 
Do you ever sit with your students? How does it affect the learning environment? Welcome to SPARKS: mini-segments intended to spark your thinking and ignite your practice. These short episodes are based on my written reflections, which you can find on the Teachers on Fire Magazine at Medium.com. Read the blog post featured in this episode at https:…
 
Syncope is an incredibly common presentation to the Emergency Department with a broad differential diagnosis from the benign (vasovagal) to the lethal (arrhythmia). Because of this, the care and disposition of these patients can be challenging. In this podcast we sat down with Dr. Mike Burla to talk through the details of a new(er) decision aid- th…
 
ANDREW CANLE is an Assistant Principal at Shaw Avenue School in Valley Stream, New York. He’s a three-time champion coach NBA Math Hoops, a program that engages students in math and social-emotional learning through the game of basketball. And most recently, he’s the creator or the #EDUCanle podcast! Follow Andrew … On Twitter @AJCanle (https://twi…
 
Welcome to SPARKS: mini-segments intended to spark your thinking and ignite your practice. These short episodes are based on my written reflections, which you can find on the Teachers on Fire Magazine at Medium.com. Read the blog post featured in this episode at https://medium.com/teachers-on-fire/assessment-should-be-a-conversation-6de77e710c9d. M…
 
A learner’s work is never done… Continually refreshing and revisiting one’s toolbox of skills and knowledge is a vital part of the learning process and allows us to build on solid foundations.Yet, revision can often have negative connotations where students adopt a hermit-like existence as they cram for an exam, which they can then forget about. As…
 
Today's show is a solo show and initially I thought I'd do a how-to show and share Ten Tips from my speaking skills courses but as I was preparing, come deeper stuff was coming up. Wanting to be spoken. And as I was thinking about how exactly to share it, the topic kept getting bigger and threads of thought starting to interweave in my mind and loo…
 
Mike and Garry share their thoughts around the concept of Work Life Balance, looking at it from their past perspectives of being an employee as well as their current perspective being employers and business owners. Listen to full episodes of our podcast on all podcasting apps and platforms: linktr.ee/InfinityEffect Watch podcast highlights and bonu…
 
Presented by Martin Burrett (@ICTMagic), this podcast episode features a live webinar - following a #UKEdChat Twitter discussion - talking about Improving Learning Spaces, featuring @teacherchalky1We discussed whether a notional ‘standard’ classroom is fit for purpose, what are the roles of displays, what is the role of technology, and how to use a…
 
CHANEL JOHNSON is a STEMinist, an ASCD Emerging Leader, published author, K-12 Math and Science Program Specialist, instructional tech coach, and keynote presenter based in Atlanta, Georgia. Follow Chanel … On Twitter @DC_STEMtastic (https://twitter.com/DC_STEMtastic) On Instagram @DC_STEMtastic (https://www.instagram.com/dc_stemtastic/) Visit http…
 
Welcome to SPARKS: mini-segments intended to spark your thinking and ignite your practice. These short episodes are based on my written reflections, which you can find on the Teachers on Fire Magazine at Medium.com. Read the blog post featured in this episode at https://medium.com/teachers-on-fire/shipped-is-better-than-perfect-5f0e4bd03f0c?source=…
 
Kevin is joined by Jacob and Jon, fresh from Cancon 2020 to discuss how they went and break down some of the statistics from the weekend. Huge shout of thanks to Rid Sullivan and the other TO's for putting the whole event together. Link to the Cancon stats can be found here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16VCCr4TPWyDoKnRKKElxC2-1ip6REZ1yQT…
 
Shantala Davis is a Professional Dancer with over 20 years of experience. She's an instructor, choreographer, and coach who has traveled the world doing what she loves. She joins Lisa this week to talk about why the dance community is perfect to use as a model for creating an authentic connection between ourselves and our partners. Shantala also ta…
 
FOAM [free open access medical education] is growing at an amazing rate (we are actually using FOAM now to talk about FOAM). Like most powerful tools, this resource has both its pro and cons. To review FOAM and its use in Graduate Medical Education, we sat down with Matt Delaney. Check out our post on the Down East EM blog for shownotes, references…
 
MARISA THOMPSON is a mom, wife, HS English teacher, professional development facilitator, instructor at the University of San Diego, traveler, and a liver of life! Marisa has done a lot of work on something called the TQE Method, a process that leads students through the generation of Thoughts, Questions, and Epiphanies gleaned from their reading o…
 
Welcome to SPARKS: mini-segments intended to spark your thinking and ignite your practice. These short episodes are based on my written reflections, which you can find on the Teachers on Fire Magazine at Medium.com. Read the blog post featured in this episode at https://medium.com/teachers-on-fire/12-google-classroom-hacks-to-start-using-today-d9c0…
 
Shiao-li Green is a fourth-year student at Minerva School at KGI, a university program headquartered in San Francisco. Minerva offers both a four-year undergraduate program as well as a master’s in science graduate degree. Shiao-li explains why Minerva School is unlike any other traditional colleges, and talks more about the structure that includes…
 
At the start of a New Year, John and Garry share why they aren't the biggest fans of New Year's Resolutions, and discuss alternative, superior strategies for setting, and accomplishing, your goals. Listen to full episodes of our podcast on all podcasting apps and platforms: linktr.ee/InfinityEffect Watch podcast highlights and bonus videos on our Y…
 
CHRISTINE YOUNGHUSBAND is passionate about teaching and learning and the role of leadership in enhancing the student learning experience in K-12 and in higher education. She earned her doctorate in Educational Leadership in 2017 from Simon Fraser University (SFU) and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Northern British Columbia…
 
Welcome to SPARKS: mini-segments intended to spark your thinking and ignite your practice. These short episodes are based on my written reflections which you can find on the Teachers on Fire Magazine at Medium.com. Read the blog post featured in this episode at https://medium.com/teachers-on-fire/model-that-metacognition-5a527be679dd. Get the Seesa…
 
Lisa Rueff is a multifaceted community leader, inspirational speaker, yoga teacher and humanitarian on a heart-based mission to love with purpose. Between creating the revolutionary game Sparked, building a Children’s Home and school in Haiti, and running her jewelry business Collective Hearts, she has accomplished more in 5 years than most people …
 
KRISTIN MERRILL is a fourth grade teacher in Florida who specializes in language arts and strives to make lessons interactive through engagement and the use of ed tech. She and her husband make a dynamic duo in primary education and recently published a book, The Interactive Class: Using Technology to Make Learning More Relevant and Engaging in the…
 
The push for data-driven instruction can sometimes feel at odds with empowering educators to exercise their professional judgement. We read the story of one Kansas district that attempted to implement a new system for helping students. A push for data and numbers seemed to push out all the other sources of information, undermining their ability to …
 
Milana is a fitness professional on a mission to remind us that being healthy is about the connection between our mind, body, and soul, and it can also be something that is fun and inviting. She talks with Lisa about her work helping women to realize their authentic truth, so they can shine it brightly throughout their daily life. Milana utilizes c…
 
Welcome to SPARKS: mini-segments intended to spark your thinking and ignite your practice. These short episodes are based on my written reflections which you can find on the Teachers on Fire Magazine at Medium.com. Read the blog post at https://medium.com/teachers-on-fire/my-one-word-for-2020-write-e42db52639a6. Song Track Credits: Sunrise Drive by…
 
We have a lot of numbers to remember when it comes to the care of the brain injured patient. From subarachnoid hemorrhage to traumatic brain injury, it can be hard to keep all the numbers straight. We sat down with neuro-intensivist Dr. Evie Marcolini to discuss blood pressure targets for these different disease processes. Check out our post on the…
 
CAITLIN KRAUSE is a learning and design specialist, education leader, keynote speaker, and an authority on VR, AR, and AI. She is also the author of Mindful by Design: A Practical Guide for Cultivating Aware, Advancing, and Authentic Learning Experiences (https://amzn.to/2O051ry). Follow Caitlin on Twitter @MindWise_CK (https://twitter.com/MindWise…
 
What is an Impossible Goal, why you might want to have one, and how to do it. Mentioned in this Episode Book Coaching with Lisa Natha Campanelli Star Narratives with Lisa Super Power U Interview with Natha Brook Castillo Follow Lisa @lisabl On Instagram @lisabl On LinkedIn LisaBL.com ARTFUL AGING on Facebook Super Power U Facebook Page Subscribe an…
 
JONATHAN ALSHEIMER is a family man, 7th grade teacher, keynote speaker, and the author of #NextLevelTeaching: Empowering Students and Transforming School Culture. Follow Jonathan on Twitter @Mr_Alsheimer (https://twitter.com/mr_Alsheimer) and on Instagram @Mr_Alsheimer (https://www.instagram.com/mr_alsheimer/). Visit https://teachersonfire.net/ for…
 
JULIANNE ROSS-KLEINMANN is passionate about instructional technology to support teaching and learning, sharing what she’s learned with others, and community service -- her focus for over 30 years as a member of Delta Sigma Theta Inc. Julianne formally started teaching technology and became an ISTE member in the 1990s. She’s a frequent presenter at …
 
Wow! Today we're celebrating 100 Episodes. This is a super sweet celebration and intimate conversation between Lisa and Jacki Rigoni. They talk about lessons learned, challenges, and of course Super Powers and strengths. More about Jacki HERE. Follow Lisa @lisabl On Instagram @lisabl On LinkedIn LisaBL.com ARTFUL AGING on Facebook Super Power U Fac…
 
Coding cardiac arrest patients is tough. There's lots to do- from getting access, to doing ultrasounds, to analyzing rhythms, the tasks really add up! This is especially true in a low-staffing, low-resource setting. In this post we review how to code someone well with limited resources. Check out our post on the Down East EM blog for shownotes, ref…
 
DR. JENNIFER PIERATT is an educator, mom, speaker, coach, and project-based learning nerd. She offers tips, tools, and inspiration for Project Based Learning and is the author of three books, including Keep It Real With PBL, Secondary: A Practical Guide for Planning Project-Based Learning. You can connect with Jenny ... On Twitter @crafted_jennyp (…
 
Reka Kaponay is a young writer and author who has traveled the world with her parents and twin brother on a “School of Life” journey. Reka talks about what it means to be a world schooler and explains her model of freedom, self-direction, and adventure in education. She also shares the inspiration behind her own travel blog, Dreamtime Traveler, her…
 
In our increasingly globalized world, ever more students are growing up immersed in multiple cultures throughout their childhood. These children can become “third culture kids”, young people who identify with a hybrid culture that is distinct from any of the places they’ve lived. We consider how teachers can be sensitive to their experience and sup…
 
DANIEL BAUER is on a mission to unlock the potential of global school leaders. He’s a speaker and the host of the Better Leaders Better Schools Podcast. He’s also the author of The Better Leaders Better Schools Roadmap: Small Ideas that Lead to Big Impact, published in 2018.In our conversation, Daniel describes the challenges leaders can face when …
 
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