Episode143: The Need to Teach Network Literacy Jeff Utecht
This week Chris Butler and I chat with Julie McDowell a teacher turned coach turned consultant with iReady. A conversation that covers a range of topics Image: Benjamin Horn
This week Chris Butler and I have a chat with Jessia Fife and Linda Stairet two High School Teacher who team teach in a blended-learning, project-based, flexible seating enviornment….that’s right they have the trifecta. You’re going to love this one and don’t forget to check out the video of their classroom in the show notes. Link to video: http://gg.gg/fife-stairetroom Photo Credit: Laura Supalla Gilchrist
This week Chris Butler and I chat with Pat Zuniga a High School Teacher who calls his classroom “tech inclusive’. A great conversation on the power of technology to transforming learning for students. Photo Credit: kris krüg
This week Chris Butler and I chat with Ern Dickey a High School teacher digging into the idea of true student lead learning in her classroom. A fantastic conversation about inquiry and student ownership of learning. Links: Diving into Inquiry (book) Onestone.org Fanschool.org Photo: Berkeley Lab
This week Chris Butler and I chat with Taylor Newman a Middle School Teacher from Texas who is flipping her classroom using a whole host of tools. A great conversation on using technology to transforming learning for students.
A conversation with Middle School Teacher Kaci Presnell about her relationship with students, cell phones in the classrooms and Project-Based Learning in her classroom. Links: Kaci’s Instagram: @blendedcoffeeandclass Kaci’s Twitter: @kacisunshine_ Chris’s Twitter: @TechTeachTravel Photo by: Donna Cleveland
This week I reflect on some conversations that I have had recently and how that had led me to believe you can be a paperless classroom or a blended learning classroom but you can’t be both. Photo by: Esko Kurvinen
Co-host Chris Butler and I have a chat with Tyler, Cassie, and Chris from the Sunnyside School District. A rural school district here in the central part of Washington State. Last November I was invited to be a part of their first Leveled UP conference and was so excited by the experience the participants had I wanted to have them on to share with you how they went about making it happen. Links: Chris Anderson: Twitter: @CTEKR Cassie Schilperoort: Twitter: @CassSchilp Tyler Rablin: Twitter: @Mr_Rablin Blog: teacher-totter.blogspot.com YouTube: youtube.com/c/TeacherTotter
Starting off the new year with a great conversation about school leadership and setting the culture that you want as a leader starts with servant leadership.