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Providing ideas and resources for K-12 teachers and school-based administrators.

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Barbara R. Blackburn: Advocacy From A to Z - 264

Barbara R. Blackburn is the author of Advocacy from A to Z (2018) written with her father Robert Blackburn and Ronald Williamson. Today, Barbara shares what advocacy is, why educators need to pursue it, and how the listeners can get involved. This is episode 264 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators. Ranked in the Top 30 Global Gurus in Education, Barbara has dedicated her life to raising the level of rigor and motivation for professional educators and students alike. What differentiates Barbara’s books are her easily executable concrete examples based on decades of experience as a teacher, professor, and consultant. Barbara’s dedication to education was inspired in her early years by her parents, Bob and Rose. Her father’s doctorate and lifetime career as a professor taught her the importance of professional training. Her mother’s career as a school secretary shaped Barbara’s appreciation of the effort all staff play in the education of every child. Barbara has taught early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school students and has served as an educational consultant for three publishing companies. She holds a master’s degree in school administration and was certified as both a teacher and a school principal in North Carolina. She received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Teaching from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In 2006, she received the award for Outstanding Junior Professor at Winthrop University. She recently left her position at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to write and speak full-time. In addition to speaking at state, national, and international conferences, she also regularly presents workshops for teachers and administrators in elementary, middle, and high schools. Her workshops are lively and engaging and filled with practical information. A few of her book titles are: Rigor made easy: Getting Started Rigorous Schools and Classrooms: Leading the Way Rigor in Your Classroom: A Toolkit for Teachers Rigor in Your School: A Toolkit for Leaders Literacy from A to Z Rigor for Students with Special Needs Motivating Struggling Learners: 10 Ways to Build Student Success Rigor is Not a Four-Letter Word Rigor and Assessment in the Classroom Rigor and Differentiation in the Classroom Rigor in the RTI and MTSS Classroom: Practical Tools and Strategies As well as many others…. Lots to learn today! Thanks for listening! Please feel free to share and it would be totally awesome if you subscribed to the podcast! Enjoy! Connect with Barbara: www.barbarablackburnonline.com https://globalgurus.org/education-gurus-30/ www.routledge.com/eyeoneducation https://www.routledge.com/Advocacy-from-A-to-Z/Blackburn-Blackburn-Williamson/p/book/9781138125513 https://www.amazon.com/Advocacy-Z-Robert-Blackburn/dp/1138125512 https://twitter.com/BarbBlackburn https://www.pinterest.com/barbblackburn/ https://www.facebook.com/BarbaraRBlackburn/ https://www.amazon.com/Barbara-R.-Blackburn/e/B001JP4CC2/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2?qid=1524661800&sr=8-2 https://www.middleweb.com/37284/a-to-z-advocacy-advice-for-school-leaders/ Here are some other interviews with Barbara on Teaching Learning Leading K12: https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/revisiting-rigor-in-the-rti-and-mtss-classroom-with-barbara-r-blackburn-bradley-s-witzel-228/ https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/rigor-and-differentiation-in-the-classroom-with-barbara-r-blackburn-220/ https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/rigor-in-the-rti-and-mtss-classroom-with-barbara-r-blackburn-194/ https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/barbara-blackburn-rigor-and-assessment-in-the-classroom-186/ https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/episode-51-rigor-made-easy-with-dr-barbara-blackburn/ Length - 36:38

36 MIN2 days ago
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Barbara R. Blackburn: Advocacy From A to Z - 264

Jennifer Kushell: Impacting the Lives of Young People - 263

Jennifer Kushell, CEO and founder ofEYP Ventures has been on a mission to impact the lives and futures of young people globally for the past two decades. As the creator of Exploring Your Potential (EYP) the revolutionary career planning online platform, Kushell aims to dramatically change how we prepare the next generation for the world of work. This is episode 263 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Author of the New York Times Bestseller Secrets of the Young & Successful, Kushell has been called the “Career Doctor” by Cosmopolitan and a “guru” by US News and World Report. She is an advisor to leading global youth organizations, a frequent delegate of several State Department led entrepreneurship missions and serves as a Trustee of the Global Youth Empowerment Fund, spearheaded by Junior Chamber International and the UN Sustainable Development Goal Action Campaign. A relentless advocate for ambitious young people everywhere, Kushell has traveled 2 million miles ...

46 MIN1 weeks ago
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Jennifer Kushell: Impacting the Lives of Young People - 263

Ted Dintersmith and What School Could Be, part 2 - 262

ETed Dintersmith discusses his book What School Could Be: Insights and Inspiration From Teachers Across America (2018) on episode 262 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators. Ted is a successful venture capitalist with an eye on changing school. His four-decade career spans technology, business, public policy, and education philanthropy. He earned a PhD in engineering from Stanford University, lead a high tech start-up, and ranked as the top venture capitalist in the US for the years 1995- 1999. Ted organized and funded Most Likely to Succeed, a feature-length documentary on education that was directed by Greg Whiteley. The film has been an official selection of thirty major film festivals, including Sundance. To date, more than 7,000 communities in some 35 countries around the globe have screened the film, using it as a resource to spark discussion and inspire change. He also co-authored with Tony Wagner a book with the same title, analyzing our education sy...

62 MIN2 weeks ago
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Ted Dintersmith and What School Could Be, part 2 - 262

Lydia Dean Discusses Her Book: Jumping the Picket Fence - 261

Lydia Dean discusses her book Jumping the Picket Fence, global travel, philanthropy, and living one’s passion for episode 261 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators.At the age of 30, Lydia Dean finds herself at the top of her game professionally, yet on the verge of an emotional breakdown. She quits her job and persuades her husband John to bring their young family on an inspirational path around the world in search of more meaning. The family initially settles in a quiet village in the South of France where they discover the joys of leading a simpler life. Reconnecting with her early childhood dreams of humanitarian work, Lydia’s adventures then take her further from the comforts of home as the young family travels extensively to areas lacking access to education and opportunity.Lydia is the Founder of GoPhilanthropic Travel- a socially-conscious travel company that connects people with the lesser-known humanitarians of the world and co-founded the non-p...

39 MIN3 weeks ago
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Lydia Dean Discusses Her Book: Jumping the Picket Fence - 261

Katherine Whitaker and Madeline Whitaker-Good discuss their book "Classroom Management From the Ground Up" - 260

Madeline Whitaker Good and Katherine Whitaker discuss their book Classroom Management From the Ground Up (2019) with me on episode 260 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators. Madeline Whitaker Good is currently a middle school math teacher in Springfield, Missouri. Prior to moving to middle school, Madeline was an elementary school teacher in two different school districts. Katherine Whitaker is currently a high school math teacher in Kansas City, Missouri.Her first three years in the classroom were spent at the middle school level teaching math, algebra, and reading. She has taught Algebra A, Algebra I, and Algebra II Honors at the high school level. Madeline and Katherine co-authored the best selling book Classroom Management from the Ground Up (2019) and Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher (2016) with their father Dr. Todd Whitaker. Remember to check out Episode 250 - Madeline Whitaker Good & Katherine Whitaker discuss their book:...

32 MINSEP 13
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Katherine Whitaker and Madeline Whitaker-Good discuss their book "Classroom Management From the Ground Up" - 260

Gabriel Rene and The Spatial Web - 259

Gabriel Rene talks with me today about his book - The Spatial Web: How Web 3.0 Will Connect Humans, Machines, and AI to Transform the World. (2019). If you are listening on September 3rd, 2019, the book is available for .99 on Amazon for a limited time for you as a listener to Teaching Learning Leading K12. Gabriel is a technologist, researcher, and entrepreneur with a 25-year career in the Technology, Telecom and Media Industries specializing in emerging technologies and their applications across the industrial, fintech, mobile and spatial computing markets. He serves as Executive Director of the VERSES Foundation, a non-profit organization developing the open-source standards for the Spatial Web. He is a Founding Organizational Member of the IEEE Ethics Certification Program for Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (ECPAIS) a Global Board Member of the Virtual Reality Augmented Reality Association (VRARA) a Founding Member of the AR Cloud Association and an adviser to multiple AI, X...

68 MINSEP 4
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Gabriel Rene and The Spatial Web - 259

Mark C Perna and Answering Why, part 2 - 258

Catching up with Mark C. Perna, finding out about the book launch, and delving a little more into his award-winning book - Answering Why: Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance in Younger Generations. This is episode 258 of the audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12. Mark C. Perna is the founder and CEO of TFS (Tools for Schools) in Cleveland, Ohio, a full-service strategic consulting firm whose mission is to share and support every client’s passion for making a difference. As an international expert on Generations Y and Z, Mark has devoted his career to empowering educators and employers to unleash the tremendous potential of today’s young people, both in the classroom and on the job. Parents, schools, districts, businesses, and state organizations across North America have successfully used Mark’s insights and strategies to connect more effectively with the younger generations. A dynamic and motivational public speaker, Mark frequently delivers keynote speeches at na...

33 MINAUG 30
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Mark C Perna and Answering Why, part 2 - 258

Kevin Stoller and Creating Better Learning Environments - 257

Kevin Stoller is the Co-Founder and CEO of Kay-Twelve, the author of the book Creating Better Learning Environments, and the voice behind The Better Learning Podcast. Today, we talk about his book, the podcast, what a better learning environment looks like, and so much more. Driven by his passion for enhancing the learning process, Kevin started Kay-Twelve in 2009.The underlying mission and philosophy of Kay-Twelve exemplify his commitment to improving the learning environment. Kevin also is involved in several civic and industry groups, one of these programs works with kids to foster creativity and entrepreneurship. Coupled with his experience in the contract furniture industry, Kevin Stoller has a B.S in Mass Communications from Miami University and an MBA from The Ohio State University. Personally, he feels "deeply passionate about allowing kids to fail and learn how to handle adversity. Learning does not stop once they leave the four walls of a classroom and experience learning ...

51 MINAUG 24
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Kevin Stoller and Creating Better Learning Environments - 257

Heather Buskirk and Project Based Learning - 256

Heather Buskirk, M.A. is an instructional methods advisor at K12 and a national board-certified teacher with years of experience designing project-based learning. Heather was an integral part of designing and teaching at HFM PTECH, a project-based learning and career-focused, early college high school in New York. She earned a B.A. in astronomy and physics and her M.A. in teaching with a physics certification from the University of Virginia. Today, we are going to talk about the positive impact of project-based learning. Thanks for listening. Please subscribe and share. Enjoy! Connect with Heather: https://twitter.com/heatherbuskirk https://www.linkedin.com/in/heather-buskirk-445a0a173 Articles by Heather: https://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2019/07/31/students_are_bored_teachers_are_burned_out_better_ways_of_learning_are_the_answer_110346.html https://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2019/04/18/our_students__and_our_teachers__need_true_project-based_learning_110322.html ...

30 MINAUG 16
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Heather Buskirk and Project Based Learning - 256

John Almarode and Clarity For Learning - 255

Dr. John Almarode shares key ideas from his book Clarity for Learning: Five Essential Practices That Empower Students and Teachers. This is episode 255 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators. Dr. John Almarode, a bestselling author, has worked with schools, classrooms, and teachers all over the world. He has presented locally, nationally, and internationally on the application of the science of learning to the classroom, school, and home environments. He has worked with hundreds of school districts and thousands of teachers in the US, Australia, Canada, England, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, South Korea, and Thailand. In addition to devoting his time to PreK – 12 schools and classrooms, he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Early, Elementary, and Reading Education, Co-Director of James Madison University’s Center for STEM Education and Outreach, and Director of the Content Teaching Academy. The work of John and his colleagues have been presented to ...

56 MINAUG 9
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John Almarode and Clarity For Learning - 255

Latest Episodes

Barbara R. Blackburn: Advocacy From A to Z - 264

Barbara R. Blackburn is the author of Advocacy from A to Z (2018) written with her father Robert Blackburn and Ronald Williamson. Today, Barbara shares what advocacy is, why educators need to pursue it, and how the listeners can get involved. This is episode 264 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators. Ranked in the Top 30 Global Gurus in Education, Barbara has dedicated her life to raising the level of rigor and motivation for professional educators and students alike. What differentiates Barbara’s books are her easily executable concrete examples based on decades of experience as a teacher, professor, and consultant. Barbara’s dedication to education was inspired in her early years by her parents, Bob and Rose. Her father’s doctorate and lifetime career as a professor taught her the importance of professional training. Her mother’s career as a school secretary shaped Barbara’s appreciation of the effort all staff play in the education of every child. Barbara has taught early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school students and has served as an educational consultant for three publishing companies. She holds a master’s degree in school administration and was certified as both a teacher and a school principal in North Carolina. She received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Teaching from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In 2006, she received the award for Outstanding Junior Professor at Winthrop University. She recently left her position at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to write and speak full-time. In addition to speaking at state, national, and international conferences, she also regularly presents workshops for teachers and administrators in elementary, middle, and high schools. Her workshops are lively and engaging and filled with practical information. A few of her book titles are: Rigor made easy: Getting Started Rigorous Schools and Classrooms: Leading the Way Rigor in Your Classroom: A Toolkit for Teachers Rigor in Your School: A Toolkit for Leaders Literacy from A to Z Rigor for Students with Special Needs Motivating Struggling Learners: 10 Ways to Build Student Success Rigor is Not a Four-Letter Word Rigor and Assessment in the Classroom Rigor and Differentiation in the Classroom Rigor in the RTI and MTSS Classroom: Practical Tools and Strategies As well as many others…. Lots to learn today! Thanks for listening! Please feel free to share and it would be totally awesome if you subscribed to the podcast! Enjoy! Connect with Barbara: www.barbarablackburnonline.com https://globalgurus.org/education-gurus-30/ www.routledge.com/eyeoneducation https://www.routledge.com/Advocacy-from-A-to-Z/Blackburn-Blackburn-Williamson/p/book/9781138125513 https://www.amazon.com/Advocacy-Z-Robert-Blackburn/dp/1138125512 https://twitter.com/BarbBlackburn https://www.pinterest.com/barbblackburn/ https://www.facebook.com/BarbaraRBlackburn/ https://www.amazon.com/Barbara-R.-Blackburn/e/B001JP4CC2/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2?qid=1524661800&sr=8-2 https://www.middleweb.com/37284/a-to-z-advocacy-advice-for-school-leaders/ Here are some other interviews with Barbara on Teaching Learning Leading K12: https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/revisiting-rigor-in-the-rti-and-mtss-classroom-with-barbara-r-blackburn-bradley-s-witzel-228/ https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/rigor-and-differentiation-in-the-classroom-with-barbara-r-blackburn-220/ https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/rigor-in-the-rti-and-mtss-classroom-with-barbara-r-blackburn-194/ https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/barbara-blackburn-rigor-and-assessment-in-the-classroom-186/ https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/episode-51-rigor-made-easy-with-dr-barbara-blackburn/ Length - 36:38

36 MIN2 days ago
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Barbara R. Blackburn: Advocacy From A to Z - 264

Jennifer Kushell: Impacting the Lives of Young People - 263

Jennifer Kushell, CEO and founder ofEYP Ventures has been on a mission to impact the lives and futures of young people globally for the past two decades. As the creator of Exploring Your Potential (EYP) the revolutionary career planning online platform, Kushell aims to dramatically change how we prepare the next generation for the world of work. This is episode 263 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Author of the New York Times Bestseller Secrets of the Young & Successful, Kushell has been called the “Career Doctor” by Cosmopolitan and a “guru” by US News and World Report. She is an advisor to leading global youth organizations, a frequent delegate of several State Department led entrepreneurship missions and serves as a Trustee of the Global Youth Empowerment Fund, spearheaded by Junior Chamber International and the UN Sustainable Development Goal Action Campaign. A relentless advocate for ambitious young people everywhere, Kushell has traveled 2 million miles ...

46 MIN1 weeks ago
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Jennifer Kushell: Impacting the Lives of Young People - 263

Ted Dintersmith and What School Could Be, part 2 - 262

ETed Dintersmith discusses his book What School Could Be: Insights and Inspiration From Teachers Across America (2018) on episode 262 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators. Ted is a successful venture capitalist with an eye on changing school. His four-decade career spans technology, business, public policy, and education philanthropy. He earned a PhD in engineering from Stanford University, lead a high tech start-up, and ranked as the top venture capitalist in the US for the years 1995- 1999. Ted organized and funded Most Likely to Succeed, a feature-length documentary on education that was directed by Greg Whiteley. The film has been an official selection of thirty major film festivals, including Sundance. To date, more than 7,000 communities in some 35 countries around the globe have screened the film, using it as a resource to spark discussion and inspire change. He also co-authored with Tony Wagner a book with the same title, analyzing our education sy...

62 MIN2 weeks ago
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Ted Dintersmith and What School Could Be, part 2 - 262

Lydia Dean Discusses Her Book: Jumping the Picket Fence - 261

Lydia Dean discusses her book Jumping the Picket Fence, global travel, philanthropy, and living one’s passion for episode 261 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators.At the age of 30, Lydia Dean finds herself at the top of her game professionally, yet on the verge of an emotional breakdown. She quits her job and persuades her husband John to bring their young family on an inspirational path around the world in search of more meaning. The family initially settles in a quiet village in the South of France where they discover the joys of leading a simpler life. Reconnecting with her early childhood dreams of humanitarian work, Lydia’s adventures then take her further from the comforts of home as the young family travels extensively to areas lacking access to education and opportunity.Lydia is the Founder of GoPhilanthropic Travel- a socially-conscious travel company that connects people with the lesser-known humanitarians of the world and co-founded the non-p...

39 MIN3 weeks ago
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Lydia Dean Discusses Her Book: Jumping the Picket Fence - 261

Katherine Whitaker and Madeline Whitaker-Good discuss their book "Classroom Management From the Ground Up" - 260

Madeline Whitaker Good and Katherine Whitaker discuss their book Classroom Management From the Ground Up (2019) with me on episode 260 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators. Madeline Whitaker Good is currently a middle school math teacher in Springfield, Missouri. Prior to moving to middle school, Madeline was an elementary school teacher in two different school districts. Katherine Whitaker is currently a high school math teacher in Kansas City, Missouri.Her first three years in the classroom were spent at the middle school level teaching math, algebra, and reading. She has taught Algebra A, Algebra I, and Algebra II Honors at the high school level. Madeline and Katherine co-authored the best selling book Classroom Management from the Ground Up (2019) and Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher (2016) with their father Dr. Todd Whitaker. Remember to check out Episode 250 - Madeline Whitaker Good & Katherine Whitaker discuss their book:...

32 MINSEP 13
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Katherine Whitaker and Madeline Whitaker-Good discuss their book "Classroom Management From the Ground Up" - 260

Gabriel Rene and The Spatial Web - 259

Gabriel Rene talks with me today about his book - The Spatial Web: How Web 3.0 Will Connect Humans, Machines, and AI to Transform the World. (2019). If you are listening on September 3rd, 2019, the book is available for .99 on Amazon for a limited time for you as a listener to Teaching Learning Leading K12. Gabriel is a technologist, researcher, and entrepreneur with a 25-year career in the Technology, Telecom and Media Industries specializing in emerging technologies and their applications across the industrial, fintech, mobile and spatial computing markets. He serves as Executive Director of the VERSES Foundation, a non-profit organization developing the open-source standards for the Spatial Web. He is a Founding Organizational Member of the IEEE Ethics Certification Program for Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (ECPAIS) a Global Board Member of the Virtual Reality Augmented Reality Association (VRARA) a Founding Member of the AR Cloud Association and an adviser to multiple AI, X...

68 MINSEP 4
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Gabriel Rene and The Spatial Web - 259

Mark C Perna and Answering Why, part 2 - 258

Catching up with Mark C. Perna, finding out about the book launch, and delving a little more into his award-winning book - Answering Why: Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance in Younger Generations. This is episode 258 of the audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12. Mark C. Perna is the founder and CEO of TFS (Tools for Schools) in Cleveland, Ohio, a full-service strategic consulting firm whose mission is to share and support every client’s passion for making a difference. As an international expert on Generations Y and Z, Mark has devoted his career to empowering educators and employers to unleash the tremendous potential of today’s young people, both in the classroom and on the job. Parents, schools, districts, businesses, and state organizations across North America have successfully used Mark’s insights and strategies to connect more effectively with the younger generations. A dynamic and motivational public speaker, Mark frequently delivers keynote speeches at na...

33 MINAUG 30
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Mark C Perna and Answering Why, part 2 - 258

Kevin Stoller and Creating Better Learning Environments - 257

Kevin Stoller is the Co-Founder and CEO of Kay-Twelve, the author of the book Creating Better Learning Environments, and the voice behind The Better Learning Podcast. Today, we talk about his book, the podcast, what a better learning environment looks like, and so much more. Driven by his passion for enhancing the learning process, Kevin started Kay-Twelve in 2009.The underlying mission and philosophy of Kay-Twelve exemplify his commitment to improving the learning environment. Kevin also is involved in several civic and industry groups, one of these programs works with kids to foster creativity and entrepreneurship. Coupled with his experience in the contract furniture industry, Kevin Stoller has a B.S in Mass Communications from Miami University and an MBA from The Ohio State University. Personally, he feels "deeply passionate about allowing kids to fail and learn how to handle adversity. Learning does not stop once they leave the four walls of a classroom and experience learning ...

51 MINAUG 24
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Kevin Stoller and Creating Better Learning Environments - 257

Heather Buskirk and Project Based Learning - 256

Heather Buskirk, M.A. is an instructional methods advisor at K12 and a national board-certified teacher with years of experience designing project-based learning. Heather was an integral part of designing and teaching at HFM PTECH, a project-based learning and career-focused, early college high school in New York. She earned a B.A. in astronomy and physics and her M.A. in teaching with a physics certification from the University of Virginia. Today, we are going to talk about the positive impact of project-based learning. Thanks for listening. Please subscribe and share. Enjoy! Connect with Heather: https://twitter.com/heatherbuskirk https://www.linkedin.com/in/heather-buskirk-445a0a173 Articles by Heather: https://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2019/07/31/students_are_bored_teachers_are_burned_out_better_ways_of_learning_are_the_answer_110346.html https://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2019/04/18/our_students__and_our_teachers__need_true_project-based_learning_110322.html ...

30 MINAUG 16
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Heather Buskirk and Project Based Learning - 256

John Almarode and Clarity For Learning - 255

Dr. John Almarode shares key ideas from his book Clarity for Learning: Five Essential Practices That Empower Students and Teachers. This is episode 255 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast for educators. Dr. John Almarode, a bestselling author, has worked with schools, classrooms, and teachers all over the world. He has presented locally, nationally, and internationally on the application of the science of learning to the classroom, school, and home environments. He has worked with hundreds of school districts and thousands of teachers in the US, Australia, Canada, England, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, South Korea, and Thailand. In addition to devoting his time to PreK – 12 schools and classrooms, he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Early, Elementary, and Reading Education, Co-Director of James Madison University’s Center for STEM Education and Outreach, and Director of the Content Teaching Academy. The work of John and his colleagues have been presented to ...

56 MINAUG 9
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John Almarode and Clarity For Learning - 255