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Episode 88: Behind By Week Two with guest Tom Riddell

A great conversation with Tom Riddell a Middle School History Teacher who focuses on bringing current events into his classroom to help students make connections in history.

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Episode 86: I’m Not Standard


A great conversation with Allison a High School Science teacher who talks about her classroom, what’s important to her as a teacher and some fun projects she did with her students this year.

Also I personally had two projects released this last week. A peer-reviewed article I wrote was published as well as a Webinar Interview I did with Microsoft. You’ll hear more about those in this weeks podcast and links below to watch and read.

Links:

Mammals Suck Blog and Mammals March Madness Plans: http://mammalssuck.blogspot.com/

School in the Cloud: https://www.theschoolinthecloud.org/

Jeff’s Paper: http://gg.gg/juconnectpaper

Jeff’s Webinar: http://gg.gg/jumicroweb

Listening to @jutecht and Allison talk about technology in the science classroom. #sospodcast Click To Tweet

Episode 84: 3D Animation in the Art Classroom

This week a great conversation with Dan, a Middle School Art Teacher, who teaches 3D Animation using the open-source program Blender with his 6-8 grade art students.

Links:

Dan’s Blog

Blender 3D Animation Software

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Episode 83: The Science Learning Tracker


What a fantastic show talking science with Bobby and Julie from the Enumclaw School District. Two Middle School teachers who are using something called a “Learning Tracker” that they have created for their students to self-assess throughout the year. Julie was kind enough to share some templates and examples with me to share with you. So have a listen to the podcast and then go view some amazing examples of structuring learning in the science classroom.

Links:

Bobby’s Blog

Julie’s Blog

Blank Learning Tracker Template (So you can create your own)

Learning Tracker Template Master created for Force and Motion Unit (So you can see how Julie create’s it for students)

Learning Tracker Student Example: (View Only) Julie writes “I actually don’t grade them on their tracker because I want them to feel like they have the freedom and autonomy to record their learning however it works best for them.”

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Episode 82: JB and the 3Rs of Teaching


This week I have a great conversation with JB Blair a Middle School English teacher who talks about his philosophy and creating learning experiences that adhere to the 3Rs. Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships. You’re going to love hearing some of the ways he uses technology to bring relevance to his classroom.

Links:

JB’s Blog

Blog Post on Mission Statement

Vlog on persuasive texting assignment

Enumclaw Case Study

Listening at @jutecht on #sospodcast talking about being relevant with students today. JB shares how he used text messaging to teach persuasion in his middle school classroom. Click To Tweet

Episode 81: A Conversation with Gunner Argo


This week I get to kick off my exit conversations with Enumclaw Educators with a conversation with Gunner Argo. Gunner is a High School English Teacher at Enumclaw HS how has been involved in a year-long blended-learning PD experience with me. You’re going to enjoy hearing from this thoughtful teacher about his classroom, his approach, and what he learned from his big project this year.

Links:

Gunner’s Blog

Enumclaw Case Study

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Episode 80: The Questions I Get Asked


This week I go over some questions I was recently asked by a school district as they get ready to launch there 1:1 program next year. I hear very similar questions all the time, so thought I would just turn my responses into this week’s podcast. Let me know if you agree or disagree with anything I say. Leave a comment on our Flipgrid or reach out to me personally if you’d rather.

Links:

Now booking August Keynote and PD sessions. Will out the contact form here at
sospodcast.org
jeffutecht.com

The Mirage: An in-depth look into teacher professional development and what does and does not work

Andragogy: The adult learning theory

Listening to @jutecht go over questions he gets asked often from schools going 1:1. #sospodcast Click To Tweet

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 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.