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The show is about learning with technology, the realities and exciting potential. Enjoying the show? Please take a moment to rate us, and leave a review wherever you've accessed the podcast. Find our listener survey at facebook.com/nosuchthingpodcast drop a like on the page while you're there. The music in this podcast was produced by Leroy Tindy, a guest in episode zero. You can find him on SoundCloud at AirTindi Beats. The podcast is produced by Marc Lesser. Marc is a specialist in the fie ...
 
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"Redefining Geek takes a new and surprising look at what it means to be good with technology at a time when technologies are rapidly changing. Based on empirical evidence from a decade-long study with a diverse group of students across the country, Cassidy Puckett shows that being tech-savvy in the digital age isn’t about having a natural ability, …
 
Dr. Joel Breakstone directs the Stanford History Education Group (SHEG). He leads the group’s efforts to research, develop, and disseminate free curriculum and assessments. His award-winning research has been covered by outlets ranging from the Washington Post to NPR. Breakstone has conducted professional development workshops for school districts …
 
Game-based assessments (GBAs) have been shown to be a powerful context to measure students’ 21st century skills. By eliciting evidence of skills in an embedded, authentic and playful environment, they present the potential for assessments to go beyond measuring outcomes of content knowledge to shed light on thought processes. Yoon Jeon (YJ) Kim is …
 
David Risher is the CEO and co-founder of Worldreader. After a career as a general manager at Microsoft and an early stage executive at Amazon, David recognized early on how e-readers and digital books could give kids in under-served parts of the world better access to the life-changing experience of reading. Since co-founding Worldreader in 2010, …
 
My favorite conversations are the ones where people whose ideas I admire get comfortable enough in a conversation to share beyond what you might've already heard from them. Jaime's a great example. If you work in or around K12 education chances are you've bumped into Jaime at some point. As a 15+ year Google'r as Chief Education Evangelist, Jaime's…
 
Al Kingsley has over 30 years’ experience in the technology sector predominantly with his work on IT Asset Management, educational and Instructional technology and digital safeguarding. He started his career with Barclays Bank then Unilever, working within finance and management accounting before focusing on the early adoption of new IT technologie…
 
Dr. Jenny Nash US Head, Education Impact, Lego Education Dr. Jenny Nash serves as the Head of Education Impact Team for LEGO Education in the US, where she provides direction and leadership in delivering meaningful education opportunities for students. With previous experiences as a professional development provider and STEM teacher, Jenny is an ad…
 
We're talking today about the bold risks that innovators in K12 education choose to make toward the goal of educational equity - this time a project from a company called Prisms VR using the tech of virtual reality to make algebra the experience it should be for learners, who when engaging with it through the right context might actually have good …
 
Reel Works matches teens 1:1 with professional filmmaker mentors to tell their stories and have their voices heard. It’s a powerful combination that changes young lives and creates films that have been seen by tens of millions of viewers worldwide. Head to REELWORKS.org, that's R E E L W O R K S . O R G and learn more about how you can support a pr…
 
One of the questions that's come up over and over in my conversations about what our country is learning from a year in quarantine is "what's being done in places where connectivity is keeping families from connecting at all?" According a 2019 report from Pew Research Center, 58% of Black adults and 57% of Hispanic adults have a laptop or desktop c…
 
Easier – You’re not crammed for space. You have more surfaces/air to shine lights upon. FOH control areas typically can be as large as you need. You typically have more “layers of light” to work with. Harder – Your legs HURT after a long day! You need more lights to produce the same effect. Programming […]…
 
I’ve talked before about different pieces of software or consoles that you can use to control LED pixels – but which one is the right one for you? Notes/Links: Previous Episode on Pixel control: https://www.learnstagelighting.com/episode-52-how-do-you-add-video-to-your-lighting-show-media-servers-pixels-and-control/ ENTTEC ELM ONYX Grab your free g…
 
Don’t forget to download your FREE guide to begin with lighting at: https://www.learnstagelighting.com In this episode, David discusses topics such as: What considerations should you take when you want to reuse custom LED pixel set pieces? Why I don’t love LED tape. Wally’s Lights ($10 Off Your First Purchase Through This Link!) Wired Watts Boscoyo…
 
Don’t forget to download your FREE guide to begin with lighting at: https://www.learnstagelighting.com In this episode, David discusses topics such as: What is a Cue? What is a Playback? What is a Submaster? What about Pages? How Do You Decide Whether to Put a Cue on a Fader vs. a Button What about virtual faders […]…
 
Upperline Code has a mission to train the next generation of computer science leaders and empower students to change their world with code. We aim to transform education by making computer science accessible to all students regardless of race, gender, or income. Above all, we value inclusiveness, curiosity, rigor, collaboration, and quality. "I thi…
 
Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers immense promise to solve some of the world's biggest problems at scale. But advances come with significant challenges that perpetuate and amplify society's underlying structural inequities. To address this challenge directly, the NYU Center for Responsible AI (R/AI) is designed to be a comprehensive applied resea…
 
In this episode, I’ll be speaking to three experts on youth development and screen time who also happen to be parents. First, we’ll hear, Sascha Brodsky. He’s a science and technology journalist, who recently wrote an article for Lifewire called, “Parents Say ‘Yes’ To Screen Time During the Pandemic,” where he talked to several parents and experts …
 
Welcome to the Learn Stage Lighting Podcast and today we’re discussing three types of console setups that will work for any size venue. Main Segment (0:12) Choosing a Console For Different Venue Sizes David: What I wanted highlight today is some different options and what people might head for in different size venues. So at […]…
 
Welcome to the Learn Stage Lighting Podcast and in today’s episode, Troy and I will be discussing how do you create a truly unforgettable environment with lighting? When reflecting on past events, there are some that really stand out in my memory and that’s what we’re going to unpack today. What made those events so […]…
 
Dr. Mimi Ito is a cultural anthropologist, learning scientist, entrepreneur, and an advocate for connected learning—learning that is equity-oriented, centered on youth interest, and socially connected. Her work decodes digital youth culture for parents and educators, offering ways to tap interests and digital media to fuel learning that is engaging…
 
Welcome to the Learn Stage Lighting Podcast and this episode, we’re going to discuss the difference between cheap and expensive lights. Troy will be joining us again today and we’re excited to have his perspective on the topic. Main Segment (1:03) When someone asks you what is the difference between cheap and inexpensive lights, what […]…
 
This episode is something a little different. Like many of you, one of the ways I've been keeping sane over the past months has been nesting, both in my physical world and with respect to my work. I recently have been organizing previous episodes' audio, and in so doing, I have some ideas for ways I want to use the process to rekindle ideas that ar…
 
Welcome to the podcast and episode 115. Today, we have a special guest Bob Mentele of Elation. Today, we’re going to discuss what type of moving head you should buy? Main Segment (0:10) David: As you might remember about 5 years ago we started hearing about hybrid lights and led to this question. How do […]…
 
Welcome to episode 114! It’s a new year, and it’s a good time to consider our goals for the upcoming year. Today’s topic is should or shouldn’t you learn multiple lighting console or software? First, if you are someone who is wanting to learn a specific console or software consider checking out Learn Stage Lighting […]…
 
Welcome to the podcast and Episode # 113! Today. we’re going to discuss purchasing name brand name lights versus purchasing from China. As some people have experienced is buying a new brand, have issues, and the brand disappears within a year or two. I don’t want that for anyone and that’s why I think it’s […]…
 
Thank you for joining us today for Episode 112 and during the series of why on the podcast today’s topic is about using green in lighting. If you’ve asked any lighting designers you may find a common theme that most of them do not like green in their lighting. Why is that and is it […]By Learn Stage Lighting .com
 
My conversation today is with Jussie Kajala and Mitch Weisburgh of an AR/VR platform for education called, 3D Bear. I'm also joined by Susan Sclafani, a Library Media Specialist from Long Island, NY, who grounds our conversation in the aspects of her own practice that incorporate AR. Be sure to stick around until after Jussie and MItch, to hear my …
 
Welcome to today’s show and in this episode we’re doing our Why segment. I wanted to start this segment with exploring various topics and asking the simple question, Why? Today, why do I talk so much about getting an even wash of light on your stage and what are the exceptions? Show Sponsorship (2:17) The […]…
 
You all met Theron Cosgrave and Principal Ally Rocco in episodes 67, and 77. Since October of 2019, I’ve been following this group of educators in California’s central valley as they work to build one of the most innovative middle school models I’ve heard anything about in recent decades. MAD Tech characterizes some of the most important questions …
 
Welcome to today’s episode! We have a special guest, Bob Mentele of Elations to discuss using visualizers and if that’s a tool you should consider. Let’s dive in! Main Segment (0:37) David: Today, we have with us Bob Mentele from Elations to discuss visualizers. Why should we use a lighting visualizer? There are a couple […]…
 
Welcome to Episode 109 and today, we’re going to discuss lasers and using them in stage lighting. While I covered lasers on our YouTube, I wasn’t able to cover as much as I would like to. So today, we’re going to go a little more into it. Show Sponsor (1:05) Today’s sponsor of this episode […]By Learn Stage Lighting .com
 
Welcome to the Learn Stage Lighting podcast, episode #108. Today, we’re kicking off our latest segment, Why? We’ll be covering topics, myths, and explore why certain things are set in stone in the lighting industry. Show Sponsorship (2:27) The sponsor of today’s show is Learn Stage Lighting Labs. If you’ve been listening for a while […]…
 
Dr. Kevin Miklasz has worked in and around the fields of game design and education for the last 10 years. As a trained scientist, he has a PhD in Biology from Stanford University, but has spent his time gaining a smattering of diverse experiences in education: designing science curriculum, teaching after-school science programs, designing science g…
 
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