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Episode 53: The Teenage Brain and Its Future

Jeff Utecht May 30, 2018

This week I sit down outside on my deck, taking in the view and reflect on a couple articles that came my way via Twitter.   Links: Is Technology Bad For the Teenage Brain? https://www.edsurge.com/news/2018-04-03-is-technology-bad-for-the-teenage-brain-yes-no-and-it-s-complicated Skills of the Future: How to Survive in a Complex New World http://www.gettingsmart.com/2018/01/skills-of-the-future-how-to-thrive-in-the-complex-new-world/  


Episode 51: A COETAIL Reflection from Ghana

Jeff Utecht May 16, 2018

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 […]


Episode 50: PBL in the High School English Classroom

Jeff Utecht May 9, 2018

This week I have a chat with Erin Dickey a High School English Teacher an co-producer of the Project-Based Awesome podcast. A great conversation on how she runs her entire English and Social Studies classes on a PBL model. Links:  Erin Dickey Twitter: https://twitter.com/ogybuns Podcast: https://www.projectbasedawesome.com/ Student Project: https://kevinpeurrung.wixsite.com/israelandpalestine Right Question Institute: http://rightquestion.org/ Canva: […]


Bounce Episode: Reflection on the Google I/O 2018 Keynote

Jeff Utecht May 8, 2018

Thank you for subscribing to the Shifting Our Schools podcast channel. A reflection on the Google I/O 2018 Keynote and what it means for us in education. Links Tech Crunch: https://techcrunch.com/tag/google-i-o-2018/ The Verge: https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/8/17320962/google-io-keynote-2018-announcements-news-android-p  


Episode 48: The Future Is Now

Jeff Utecht April 25, 2018

This week I reflect on my manual labor weekend helping my wife flip a house north of Seattle. I woke up sore, tired and excited. Why? Why is doing stuff so much fun? How can we have students make more stuff? Questions: Where did I learn how to do all […]