COETAIL

Episode 76: The Kindest School


This week I have a chat with Brian Tupper, educator and founder of The Kindest School. Brian and I met back in 2012 and since then he’s gone on to create an online learning platform and is now launching his Kindest School. I think you’ll enjoy hearing about his journey and the resources that he shares for teachers to use in their classroom.

Links:

www.thekindestschool.org
The PTA Promotion Form, launching the campaign –  One Million Kind #1MK
Instagram 
Facebook
Twitter

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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 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 51: A COETAIL Reflection from Ghana


This week I have a chat with Ryan Harwood, an international educator who is living in Ghana at the moment. Ryan is also a COETAIL graduate and just finished facilitating his first COETAIL Cohort. We chat about being a connected educator, being an international educator and his COETAIL journey.

Show Links: 

Ryan Harwood
Twitter: @rharwood17
Twitter hashtags:
#AfricaEd (International educators in Africa)
#Nesachat (International educators in the Middle East)