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Episode 73: The Future Belongs To YouTube and Spreadsheets


Such a great time chatting with Patrick Green. I get the privilege to chat with him often. Today I hit the record button so you could hear our chat and thinking outload. A great conversation about Hacking School, YouTube, and Spreadsheets.

Links:

Patrick Green: @pgreensoup https://twitter.com/pgreensoup

Website: http://www.pgreensoup.com/

Youtube: http://bit.ly/2SSz5Xp

Book: https://amzn.to/2SStIrh

EdPuzzle: http://www.edpuzzle.com

Episode 72: The 4 Shift Protocol


I meet up with Scott McLeod in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia of all places and we talk about his new book: Harnessing Technology for Deeper Learning, the 4 Shift Protocol and other educational technology topics.

Links: 

The Book: https://amzn.to/2O8VZGo

Scott McLeod: @mcleod

Blog: http://dangerouslyirrelevant.org

Julie Graber: @jgraber

 

Episode 71: Mrs. Udd’s Kinders


This week I sit down with Jessica Udd a Kindergarten teacher in the Auburn School District in Washington. Jessica teaches in a 1:1 classroom and takes us through how she’s building technology skills with her students.

Links:

Twitter: @Mrsuddskinders: twitter.com/mrsuddskinders

Clever: clever.com

Symbaloo: www.symbaloo.com

Seesaw: web.seesaw.me

Flipgrid: www.flipgrid.com

30 Days of Free PD for Teachers: edurolearning.lpages.co/30-days-of-free-pd

#HeyLookUp for Parents: edurolearning.lpages.co/heylookup

Full Transcript here: sonix.ai/r/1mXSPvsoHiDd8yaB2L369WgN

Episode 70: Managing the Change


This week I have a conversation with Danny Baur. An Author, Consultant, and Online Community Manager. His focus on school leadership lets us talk about managing change around technology.

Links:

This week’s free PDF and Course discount: http://www.sospodcast.org/ct

Download the 3 questions Danny asks each day: http://betterleadersbetterschools.com

Investigate his mastermind: http://betterleadersbetterschools.com/mm

Buy his new book, The Better Leaders Better Schools Roadmap: http://bit.ly/blbsroadmap

 

Episode 69: From BKK to Eduro


This week Chrissy, Kim and I take time out to reflect on how three teachers who happen to teach at the same time at an International School in Bangkok end up where we are today. A little background on us as a company and our journey.

Links: 

#HeyLookUp email series for parents (https://edurolearning.lpages.co/heylookup/)

All our parenting resources (https://edurolearning.com/parents/)

Parenting resources for schools (https://edurolearning.com/parentlearning/)

Connected Teacher Resources (Free PDF and Discount courses) (https://edurolearning.com/connected/)

 

Episode 68: The Changing Univeristy


This week Lissa and I chat with John Nash, Associate Professor and Department Chair for the Department of Educational Leadership Studies at the University of Kentucky. We spend some time talking about the changes happening at the University level and dive deeper into our new partnership with our stackable certificates that can lead to a Master’s Degree or even PhD.

Links: 

John Nash

COETAIL.com

Partnership Announcement (with Free PDF)

Who Do You Follow When Starting Your PLN (Free PDF)

 

 

Episode 67: A Highly Structured, Loosely Organized Science Lesson


This week I walk through a science lesson I did to start a unit on states of matter with 7th graders at a school I was working at a few years ago in Germany.

Structure:

The outline goes something like this.

10 minutes to research a topic, where you get your information I don’t care just learn as much as you can about a topic in 10 minutes

3-5 minutes depending on the age of the students to share your new knowledge with others in your class.

10 minutes as a class to bring our new knowledge together to see where we want to go next in the form of what questions do we still have?

5 minutes looking for patterns within our questions to create big ideas or themes that we can dive into.

Each student decided what idea or theme they want to study, which one is most interesting to them and form groups around those interests to study and learn more about to report back to the whole class.

Links: 

Connected Educator Micro-Credential (with free PDF)

Integrating Digital Citizenship into your Curriculum Course ($15)

Episode 66: COETAIL + UK = A Hot Ball of Mess

This week Lissa Layman and I talk about the new partnership between our Micro-Credential COETAIL (Certificate of Educational Technology and Information Literacy) and the University of Kentucky Educational Leadership Studies’ Certificate of Educational Technology Leadership and how this partnership is bringing together the research-based practices of a University with the practical application of COETAIL to create an amazing stackable certificate program.

Links: 

COETAIL.com

Partnership Announcement (with Free PDF)

Connected Educator Micro-Credential (with free PDF)

Integrating Digital Citizenship into your Curriculum Course ($15)

 

Episode 65: 5 Must have iPad apps for Lower and Upper Elementary


This week I catch up with Tanya LeClair in China to talk about her must have iPad apps for the elementary classroom.

Lower Elementary (PreK-3)

Upper Elementary (3-5)

Tanya’s Links

Twitter: @Tanya LeClair

Don’t miss out on a year of learning with Tanya and Jeff and the Eduro Learning 1 to 1 Micro-Credential.

 

 

Episode 64: August 2018 Keynote

As our 1:1 Summer of Fun comes to an end I share with you some of the other resources that we released this summer that you might not know about and you get to hear a Lunch Keynote I delivered this month at a STEM conference here in the State of Washington. Enjoy!

Links: 

Eduro Learning 1:1 Teacher YouTube Playlist

1:1 Micro-Credential Sign-Up Today!

Keynote Slide Deck (PDF)