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A podcast by Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor about their adventures teaching middle school computer science, problem-solving, handling failure, frustration, and victory through the lens of the Python programming language. Kelly Paredes has taught all over the world and specializes in curriculum design and development. She currently teaches sixth and seventh-grade computer science at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is her third year using Python. Sean Tibor has worked in mark ...
 
The #EduDuctTape Podcast, hosted by Jake Miller, focuses on viewing #edtech as a tool used to meet goals, address learning standards and solve problems in the classroom, much as duct tape is used as a tool that solves a plethora of problems in our lives. In each episode, Jake sits down with a different inspiring guest to share and discuss some awesome ideas for using tech in the classroom! Join us for Educational Duct Tape, every other week on Wednesday!
 
Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology -- if it has something to do with teaching, we're talking about it. Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you'll never learn in a textbook. For more fantastic resources for teachers, visit http://www.cultofpedagogy.com.
 
The Preschool Podcast, brought to you by HiMama, is a platform for learning from leading professionals in early childhood education. If you work in a daycare, childcare or preschool setting, The Preschool Podcast will provide you with both practical advice for managing your organization, center or classroom, as well as thought provoking content and insights about the field of early childhood education. Each week, we chat with leaders in early childhood education, from teachers and educators ...
 
Rhetoricity is a quasi-academic podcast that draws on rhetoric, theory, weird sound effects, and the insights of a lot of other people. It's something that's a little strange and, with luck, a little interesting. The podcast's description will evolve along with it. So far, most episodes feature interviews with rhetoric and writing scholars. The podcast is a project of Eric Detweiler, an assistant professor in the Department of English at Middle Tennessee State University. For more on Rhetori ...
 
The Teach Middle East Podcast connects, develops, and empowers educators. It provides educators in the Middle East and beyond a platform on which to share their stories, current research-based practices and proven classroom strategies. The Teach Middle East Podcast is brought to you by Moftah publishing, the publishers of Teach Middle East Magazine. Teach Middle East Magazine, is the premier magazine for education in the Middle East and beyond.
 
The original PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) as well as individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal per ...
 
This is KindSight 101, the podcast where you’ll hear from world renowned educational leaders about the mobilizing power of kindness. Together, by challenging our assumptions and venturing beyond the status quo in education, we can make a BIG impact...one small act at a time.
 
“Queering the Classroom” is an ongoing discussion about the trials and successes of queer students, teachers, and staff in American schools. If it’s a matter of representation, a question of legality, or an issue for advocacy, we want to cover it. This podcast is a sort of audio scrapbook of personal stories, interviews and reporting that is accessible for anyone interested in learning about why we can no longer keep what we affectionately term “the gay agenda” out of the classroom.
 
Creative Strings is for musicians and music-lovers, especially violin, viola, and cello players, looking to live creatively, whether in your musical education, projects, music career, in the practice room, classroom, onstage, or on tour. Each interview is edited carefully and mixed with a blend of musical clips from the Creative Strings community curated by jazz violinist Christian Howes. . Creative Strings is a non-profit organization with a mission to support music education through outrea ...
 
The Ask Andrew Podcast features weekly reflections on the purpose and nature of classical education from Andrew Kern, author of Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping American, and President of the CiRCE Institute. Each week Andrew will tackle a key idea, term, or theme in classical education, briefly defining it and explaining its purpose and place within classical pedagogy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
For Global Citizens inside & outside the classroom, we'll be exploring the challenges that face us all as learners, educators and humans. With a wide range of voices and perspectives, each fortnightly episode will be packed with ideas, inspiration and insight into the world around us; both locally and globally. www.wosdec.org.uk/what-we-do/podcast
 
Ken Steele is Canada's most trusted higher ed monitor and futurist, who co-founded the nation's leading market research firm and daily news service for colleges and universities. In this podcast, Ken will explore aspects of branding, marketing, media relations, pedagogy (teaching and learning), revenue generation and more -- as they relate to Canadian higher education in particular.
 
Those Who Can is a podcast designed to help teachers reflect on their practice. Each week Will and Paul will talk through various aspects of teaching, aiming to share our thoughts about what has shaped our experience, as well as talk through the advice we might offer to teachers at a variety of stages in their career. By talking through aspects of teaching that we find difficult or have wanted more advice on, we hope to encourage more teachers to reflect on how they go about their day-to-day ...
 
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Sometimes, to do right by their students, good teachers have to break the rules. In this episode, I talk with Melinda Anderson, author of Becoming a Teacher, about the times when doing the right thing means bucking the system. Get the book, Becoming a Teacher (Amazon Affiliate link) Follow Melinda Anderson on Twitter: @mdawriter…
 
Mike Abrams: Media Literacy, Bias, Perspective, EdPuzzle, Google Sites, Fake Sites for Educational Purposes, Common Sense Media #EduDuctTape S03-E048 Episode Notes Available at: jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-48 SoapBox Moment: "First Drafts & Rewrites" “Your favorite authors’ first drafts are bad—no better than yours. However, they aggressivel…
 
Everyone is feeling more anxiety during the current pandemic climate and mindfulness is a useful tool to process difficult emotions. In this episode, we chat with Rachel Moline, PhD and child and adolescent therapist, about how to include mindfulness in your day to day as a parent or ECE. She shares her tips and strategies to start noticing and res…
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne speaks with Julie-Ann Scott-Pollack from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. They discuss how the performance of stories can help us build a more inclusive classroom as well as how to find the right boundaries within it.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Anna Ropp
 
Sean and Kelly invite Ali Spittel to talk about how teachers can go beyond their first programming language and help students learn to create more robust projects. If you’ve started with Python, how do you learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to make a front end for a project? Or vice versa? Ali is a Senior Developer Advocate at AWS, the co-host of the …
 
Thanks to my sponsors this month, Flat for Education. Dr. Frank Buck returns to the show for the kick-off of my mini-series, Productivity Boot Camp! Dr. Frank Buck is a productivity master with a background in band directing and administration. I share my knowledge of Apple products and native third-party apps, and he shares his experience with web…
 
Sometimes you just need to throw your feet up and relax a bit, right #VocalFam. Come have a nice conversation with Sarah and Dr. P. We chat about her visit with Dr. P's grad CCM Ped course, a little about technology, Dr. P started resonance in undergrad ped, the future of music education in higher ed, and a little pop culture. Join us and forget ab…
 
Today, Chris and I (Nick) are joined by John Hale, whose biography you will hear at the beginning of the interview. John was recently the guest of a Soho Forum debate on the topic of pandemic pods, which you heard excerpts of at the beginning of this episode and confined in its entirety on YouTube. Since the Human Restoration Project has primarily …
 
Our October 2020 podcast features fearless and visionary co-directors of Project South, Emery Wright and Steph Guillod. Founded in 1986 as the Institute for the Elimination of Poverty and Genocide and based in Atlanta, GA, Project South is firmly rooted in the dynamism and creativity of the Black freedom tradition. It is a center for political educ…
 
On a shaky return to Term 4 our hosts (@Mr_van_w & @jfcatto) compare their struggle with the Black Dog and what their are doing for self-care. They then then discuss two recent books that address classroom management by approaching the profession from vastly different pedagogical viewpoints. Restoring Teaching - Adam Voigt (@adam_voigt) https://ada…
 
Peter Felten and Leo Lambert talk about their new book Relationship-Rich Education on episode 331 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode We don’t use relational language to talk about how to go to college. And we need to do that. -Leo Lambert Relationships are high stakes for students both in college and after college. -Leo L…
 
Renee Wang is the Head Orchestra Director at Space Center Intermediate in Clear Creek Independent School District. She is a native of Clear Lake (southeast Houston), Texas. Ms. Wang earned her Master’s degree in Music Education at The Ohio State University, where she studied with Dr. Robert Gillespie, taught undergraduate courses as a Graduate Teac…
 
Multicultural classrooms are quickly becoming the norm across North America. In this episode, we chat with K'Sandra Earle, Associate Director of Early Learning Neighbourhood Collective (ELNC), about how to be intentional about reflecting the diversity of our early learning classrooms. She shares tips on empowering teachers and involving parents to …
 
In this episode Eric interviews Roxanne Sullivan from Bellevue University in Bellevue, NE. Roxanne has taught at BU for 38 years. Much of her inspiration came from her role model mother, first to serve on a local school board and declared that Roxanne will earn at least a master's degree. Roxanne shares poignantly her experiences of gender discrimi…
 
This is the last of three special episodes where I bring previous guests back on the podcast to check in with them on their current state using a hybrid (simultaneous F2F and remote) teaching. David shares his current teaching situation, some fresh ideas, and thoughts about his hybrid teaching experiences. #hybridteaching #orchestra --- Support thi…
 
Hybrid Teaching Updates (Simultaneous F2F and Remote) This is the second of three special episodes where I bring previous guests back on the podcast to check in with them on how their hybrid teaching is going. Scott shares his philosophy, ideas, and hybrid teaching experiences. Listen to the first episode with Scott Laird from March 20, 2020 #hybri…
 
Hybrid Teaching Updates (Simultaneous F2F and Remote) This is the first of three special episodes where I bring previous guests back on the podcast to check in with them on how their hybrid teaching is going. Shawn shares her philosophy, ideas, and experiences with our listeners. Listen to the first episode with Shawn from August 16. #hybridteachin…
 
SHARING MY STORY Growing up on my family's dairy farm in Wayside, Wisconsin, I learned what it meant to work hard and make a living off the land. My parents always welcomed people into our home including foreign exchange students and foster children, so I learned to cook and manage a household at a fairly young age. I also grew to appreciate divers…
 
In episode 128, Nikki shares strategies for using your student’s current repertoire to focus on technical and warm-up exercises. Allen Henderson shares the NATS COVID-19 resources so teachers can stay informed and stay safe. Dr. Heather Nelson shares the science of restorative vocal exercises for tired voices, and Michelle Markwart Deveaux talks ab…
 
Paul Eaton shares about transformative inclusion on episode 330 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode There are times where you can be more real with students. -Paul Eaton It is hard to get people to think outside of just individual behaviors. -Paul Eaton We spend way too much time focusing on the individual acts and not eno…
 
Sean and Kelly invite Jeff Olson (@jolson_codes) to the show. Let’s take a look at language in the Computer Science classroom and focus on how we can put our students first by engaging them in the “right language for their learning.” Special Guest: Jeff Olson. Support Teaching Python Links: Model inclusive language - Eberly Center - Carnegie Mellon…
 
There is no magic formula to creating an environment in which self-evaluation can flourish, but there are some underlying principles that will help you to gain some personal clarity, establish a conducive setting and keep the school moving in the right direction at the right speed. It is essential to remember that people carry out self-evaluation a…
 
The concept of self-evaluation was initially introduced to schools as a means of driving the agenda for school improvement. As inspection regimes developed around the world, the accuracy and robustness of a school’s self-evaluation began to inform judgements on both the effectiveness of the school’s leadership and the school’s capacity for further …
 
Progressive schools consistently lament the dearth of capable leaders who can take up the reins at the top and sustain a robust stride towards continued school improvement. One of the challenges facing schools in the respective context is the changing role and skillset of leaders that are expected to thrive in a ubiquitous digital world. For exampl…
 
Self-evaluation is not simply a process, or an event sparked by an external stimulus but should be the core ingredient of continuous improvement in every school where the teachers and school leaders are the key agents of change. Get self-evaluation right … and the school functions like a well-oiled machine where everyone knows and understands their…
 
International schools have long carried out self-evaluation in every aspect of their work, but it has not always been performed objectively and systematically to the extent that is now expected. Self-evaluation is of even greater importance in international primary schools, as the distance from mainstream school exacerbates difference. School leade…
 
Episode Notes Available at: jakemiller.net/eduducttape-miniepisode-014 Today’s Guest: Jenna Drozd @MrsDrozd_BMS - Technology Integration Specialist, Fab Lab Manager, Digital Photography Teacher, and Video Production Teacher for the Orange City School District in Ohio Interview Recorded February 12, 2020 on location at the OETC Conference in Columbu…
 
In this episode of AskPsychSessions, Marianne chats with Sharda Umanath from Claremont McKenna. They discuss the shift to remote undergraduate supervision and then discuss why the Career award from NSF is a good fit for those in a faculty role with a teaching focus.By Marianne Lloyd, Garth Neufeld, Eric Landrum, and Anna Ropp
 
Supporting a child's education during a global pandemic is no easy feat. In this episode, we chat with Lissarette Nisnevich - early educator, child care entrepreneur, and mother - all about managing anxiety for parents, educators and young children during this challenging time. She shares her experience and strategies on how to approach providing a…
 
Today we're joined by Dr. Erin Lynn Raab. Erin is the Co-founder of REENVISIONED, a movement to redefine the purpose of school. REENVISIONED aims to change the conversation of school away from standards, norms, and improving the status quo, toward human flourishing, community, democracy, and collective liberation. Erin and her co-founder, Nicole He…
 
The question we ask ourselves is – how can we make this happen? What exactly is “effective literacy instruction”? Reading Power and Writing Power are meta-cognitive approaches to reading and writing instruction grounded in research and developed to support educators in their quest to provide the very best literacy instruction to their students. The…
 
Dr. Christopher Cicconi, Assistant Professor of Music Education, and Director of Bands and Orchestra at Towson University, joins the show to talk about selecting meaningful repertoire for your ensemble. We also talk about score study with iPad Pro apps, involving yourself in your music teaching community, and yes, I go on a tangent about my favorit…
 
For today's episode, Sheila Coursey interviews Katie Eck about her experiences as both an instructor and a student during the Spring 2020 and Fall 2020 semesters. Sheila and Katie discuss their techniques for online and hybrid teaching, the importance of centering student access, and the permanent changes that COVID-19 might bring to their pedagogy…
 
In pre-pandemic times, Ken Steele sits down on the Carleton University "Friendship Bench" with president and vice-chancellor (and neuropsychologist) Benoit-Antoine Bacon to talk frankly about his own journey to mental health, and his advice for students. Mental health has been a significant concern on higher ed campuses for a decade or more. Anxiet…
 
This week, Sean & Kelly discuss how they are using Python to teach robotics in middle school, including the hardware and software it takes to get students thinking about how robots sense, process, and move in the world. With coronavirus precautions in place, our traditional approaches to robotics competitions through organizations like FIRST Lego L…
 
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