3/25/19

Jessica Williams talks game shows and shenanigans follow!

Select our all-time favorite game shows. Top 10?

Price is Right - Let’s Make a Deal

Wheel of Fortune - Jeopardy

Supermarket Sweep - Press Your Luck

Who wants to a millionaire - Family Feud

Deal or No Deal - Ellen’s Game of Games

Why do game shows still “work?”

Something Useless Donnie Found Online

www.justwatch.com

Sell me something weird or confusing:

https://weirdorconfusing.com/

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Jessica Williams talks game shows and shenanigans follow!

Select our all-time favorite game shows. Top 10?

Price is Right - Let’s Make a Deal

Wheel of Fortune - Jeopardy

Supermarket Sweep - Press Your Luck

Who wants to a millionaire - Family Feud

Deal or No Deal - Ellen’s Game of Games

Why do game shows still “work?”

Something Useless Donnie Found Online

www.justwatch.com

Sell me something weird or confusing:

https://weirdorconfusing.com/

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Visit our website

Share Feedback & Ideas

Tweet us at @PartialCreditEd

Follow us on Instagram @PartialCreditEd

Like us on Facebook



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In this episode, Dr. Jones encourages you to engage in conversation with your administrator when you begin to feel overwhelmed by your workload, especially if you’re on the verge of going from burned and unbalanced to burned and over it, where you basically have lost your care about anything that’s happening at school or in your classroom.



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Ep #027 - Dr. Chris Jones Advises Us to Align What We Spend Our Time On With Our Values

In this episode, Dr. Jones encourages you to engage in conversation with your administrator when you begin to feel overwhelmed by your workload, especially if you’re on the verge of going from burned and unbalanced to burned and over it, where you basically have lost your care about anything that’s happening at school or in your classroom.



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Being a teacher is more than just teaching content lessons. It is the life-giving work of an educator to develop the people in front of them every day. One way to do that is to provide appropriate challenge and support so that overtime students begin to rely on themselves to overcome hardships. Tune in to hear tips on how to elevate your lesson design process so that it stretches students in a comfortable, rewarding way. Quotables Give me a sticker and I will do my very best for a few minutes. Give me a warm smile and I will do my very best for a little while. Give me encouragement and I will do my very best for a long while. Give me the experiences that help me believe in myself and I will do my very best forever. (Author Unknown) it is the art of lesson design and student engagement that provides the EXPERIENCE that lasts the lifetime. They are seeing a highlight reel in their head of all the past road blocks and obstacles and remember the feeling hurdling over them without the help of anyone but their inner dialogue and muscle memory. They learn what they are made of and how they are smart enough to think it through and strong enough to make it through. It has to be a continuous process that develops in intricacy over time. The dominos cannot go into motion until you have a plan in place for how to stop teaching content lessons and think bigger into developing people. AAL Swag https://ift.tt/2OoH24W Join the Always A Lesson Newsletter http://eepurl.com/lJKNn Join the New Teacher Support Facebook Group https://ift.tt/2Cm8FZk Connect with Gretchen Email: gretchen@alwaysalesson.com Blog: Always A Lesson Facebook: Always A Lesson Twitter: @gschultek Instagram: Always.A.Lesson Linkedin: Gretchen Schultek Bridgers Google+: Gretchen Schultek Bridgers Book: Elementary EDUC 101: What They Didn't Teach You in College Leave a Rating and Review: https://ift.tt/2a7MyX4 Why? This helps my show remain active in order to continue to help other educators remain empowered in a career that has a long lasting effect on our future. How? Search for my show in iTunes or Stitcher. Click on ‘Ratings and Reviews.’ Under ‘Customer Reviews,’ click on “Write a Review.” Sign in with your iTunes or Stitcher log-in info Leave a Rating: Tap the greyed out stars (5 being the best) Leave a Review: Type in a Title and Description of your thoughts on my podcast Click ‘Send’

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181: The Reward of Developing People

Being a teacher is more than just teaching content lessons. It is the life-giving work of an educator to develop the people in front of them every day. One way to do that is to provide appropriate challenge and support so that overtime students begin to rely on themselves to overcome hardships. Tune in to hear tips on how to elevate your lesson design process so that it stretches students in a comfortable, rewarding way. Quotables Give me a sticker and I will do my very best for a few minutes. Give me a warm smile and I will do my very best for a little while. Give me encouragement and I will do my very best for a long while. Give me the experiences that help me believe in myself and I will do my very best forever. (Author Unknown) it is the art of lesson design and student engagement that provides the EXPERIENCE that lasts the lifetime. They are seeing a highlight reel in their head of all the past road blocks and obstacles and remember the feeling hurdling over them without the help of anyone but their inner dialogue and muscle memory. They learn what they are made of and how they are smart enough to think it through and strong enough to make it through. It has to be a continuous process that develops in intricacy over time. The dominos cannot go into motion until you have a plan in place for how to stop teaching content lessons and think bigger into developing people. AAL Swag https://ift.tt/2OoH24W Join the Always A Lesson Newsletter http://eepurl.com/lJKNn Join the New Teacher Support Facebook Group https://ift.tt/2Cm8FZk Connect with Gretchen Email: gretchen@alwaysalesson.com Blog: Always A Lesson Facebook: Always A Lesson Twitter: @gschultek Instagram: Always.A.Lesson Linkedin: Gretchen Schultek Bridgers Google+: Gretchen Schultek Bridgers Book: Elementary EDUC 101: What They Didn't Teach You in College Leave a Rating and Review: https://ift.tt/2a7MyX4 Why? This helps my show remain active in order to continue to help other educators remain empowered in a career that has a long lasting effect on our future. How? Search for my show in iTunes or Stitcher. Click on ‘Ratings and Reviews.’ Under ‘Customer Reviews,’ click on “Write a Review.” Sign in with your iTunes or Stitcher log-in info Leave a Rating: Tap the greyed out stars (5 being the best) Leave a Review: Type in a Title and Description of your thoughts on my podcast Click ‘Send’

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Effective feedback is KEY to moving students forward, but how what does it actually mean to give good feedback? What does it look like? How can you tell if it's working? Simply correcting students won't lead to improved student outcomes, so here are five steps to up your feedback game.

In Part 4 of this 4-part series on feedback, I discuss how to best give feedback so that your students act on it and improve.

If you missed the first three parts of this series:

TnT 47: How to get truly helpful feedback to inform your teaching

TnT 48: Student feedback can completely change your teaching

TnT 49 Why you might be wasting that valuable feedback

If you have a moment this week, please complete this Google Form. This will help me know if it’s worth the time to create it, as well as what you think I should include. If you complete the form and leave your email, then if I create it, you’ll be invited to beta test it and make it better!

Don't forget to leave a voicemail!

Let your voice be heard! Click here how to find out how you can be a part of the podcast by telling us your favorite parts of teaching!

Listeners who leave a voicemail will be eligible to receive a FREE Teachers Need Teachers sticker! Click HERE to find out more!

Got questions, feedback, or want to be on the show?

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TnT 50 Five steps for giving impactful feedback

Effective feedback is KEY to moving students forward, but how what does it actually mean to give good feedback? What does it look like? How can you tell if it's working? Simply correcting students won't lead to improved student outcomes, so here are five steps to up your feedback game.

In Part 4 of this 4-part series on feedback, I discuss how to best give feedback so that your students act on it and improve.

If you missed the first three parts of this series:

TnT 47: How to get truly helpful feedback to inform your teaching

TnT 48: Student feedback can completely change your teaching

TnT 49 Why you might be wasting that valuable feedback

If you have a moment this week, please complete this Google Form. This will help me know if it’s worth the time to create it, as well as what you think I should include. If you complete the form and leave your email, then if I create it, you’ll be invited to beta test it and make it better!

Don't forget to leave a voicemail!

Let your voice be heard! Click here how to find out how you can be a part of the podcast by telling us your favorite parts of teaching!

Listeners who leave a voicemail will be eligible to receive a FREE Teachers Need Teachers sticker! Click HERE to find out more!

Got questions, feedback, or want to be on the show?

You can email me at kim@teachersneedteachers.com

Connect with me

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Google News and Updates Featured Content

Spring has finally sprung! Matt and Kasey share some great Google related things you can do on Spring Break or related to Spring Break!

Courses to Try Over Spring Break:

Books to Read Over Spring Break

Resources Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag
  • Craig Klement (Garland, TX) -- Choice board on Google MyMaps: pins on different locations, students choose their own adventure, detail the activities in the pin, layers to highlight the route that they took on their adventure.
  • Mark (Wisconsin) -- I have an assignment in Literature that requires the students to proofread a poorly written letter (roughly 50 mistakes) and make corrections. Is there a way to turn off Spell Check in the shared document? I have it turned off on the master copy, but when I send it out through Classroom, each of their Chromebooks turns Spell Check back on. Thanks
On The Blogs



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Spring Break: Google Style - GTT080

Google News and Updates Featured Content

Spring has finally sprung! Matt and Kasey share some great Google related things you can do on Spring Break or related to Spring Break!

Courses to Try Over Spring Break:

Books to Read Over Spring Break

Resources Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag
  • Craig Klement (Garland, TX) -- Choice board on Google MyMaps: pins on different locations, students choose their own adventure, detail the activities in the pin, layers to highlight the route that they took on their adventure.
  • Mark (Wisconsin) -- I have an assignment in Literature that requires the students to proofread a poorly written letter (roughly 50 mistakes) and make corrections. Is there a way to turn off Spell Check in the shared document? I have it turned off on the master copy, but when I send it out through Classroom, each of their Chromebooks turns Spell Check back on. Thanks
On The Blogs



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Get my 5 Tips To Address Implicit Bias Within Ourselves and Others

About Yvette Latunde, Ph.D.

Dr. Yvette Latunde is the co-director for the University of La Verne’s Center for Educational Equity and Intercultural Research (CEEIR) and Professor in the Doctor of Organization Leadership program. She has a desire to bring new insights from local levels to international platforms. Her commitment to mentoring, doctoral-student success, and fostering academic success, and inclusion motivates her to apply concepts of Hospitality and Critical Theories in her research and course-work. Yvette is passionate about teaching, learning, and seeks to inspire others to be their best selves. Her research interests include: Family, Schools, & Community partnerships, Parental Involvement, and Dual Capacity Building. She is the author of numerous peer-reviewed articles and a new book, Research in Parental Involvement: Methods and Strategies for Education and Psychology.

Show Highlights

  • African American parent councils
  • African American parental involvement in their children’s education
  • Starting an African American advisory group
  • Listening to the advisory group and acknowledging their feedback
  • Tips for fostering parental dialog and developing an advisory group
  • Fostering a better sense of community

Connect with Yvette

ylatunde@laverne.edu

Additional Resources

Expanding their Opportunities to Engage: A Case of the African American Parent Council

Research in Parental Involvement: Methods and Strategies for Education and Psychology

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

www.sheldoneakins.com



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A Voice for African American Parents: Parent Council Groups with Dr. Yvette Latunde

Get my 5 Tips To Address Implicit Bias Within Ourselves and Others

About Yvette Latunde, Ph.D.

Dr. Yvette Latunde is the co-director for the University of La Verne’s Center for Educational Equity and Intercultural Research (CEEIR) and Professor in the Doctor of Organization Leadership program. She has a desire to bring new insights from local levels to international platforms. Her commitment to mentoring, doctoral-student success, and fostering academic success, and inclusion motivates her to apply concepts of Hospitality and Critical Theories in her research and course-work. Yvette is passionate about teaching, learning, and seeks to inspire others to be their best selves. Her research interests include: Family, Schools, & Community partnerships, Parental Involvement, and Dual Capacity Building. She is the author of numerous peer-reviewed articles and a new book, Research in Parental Involvement: Methods and Strategies for Education and Psychology.

Show Highlights

  • African American parent councils
  • African American parental involvement in their children’s education
  • Starting an African American advisory group
  • Listening to the advisory group and acknowledging their feedback
  • Tips for fostering parental dialog and developing an advisory group
  • Fostering a better sense of community

Connect with Yvette

ylatunde@laverne.edu

Additional Resources

Expanding their Opportunities to Engage: A Case of the African American Parent Council

Research in Parental Involvement: Methods and Strategies for Education and Psychology

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

www.sheldoneakins.com



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3/24/19

Larry Villiard is the principal of a K-12 school in Bruce Wisconsin.

  • Leadership team, started with 12 people, now we have up to 20 people come to the leadership team meeting each month. Follow up leadership team meeting after PD.
  • Anybody who wants to be part of leadership team can join us.
  • Leadership Meeting norms.
  • Six Step Process
  • Weekly article share at 7:30
  • Book studies.
  • Tight and loose.
  • Need more time if we are going to teach the curriculum with fidelity.
  • Seniors leave a week earlier than the rest of the student body, so they are going to do a test run with the new schedule.
  • How to be a transformative principal? Have an open mind. Tap into your talented staff.
  • call bruce high school.

Schedule a call with Jethro

Are you feeling like you are always behind at school? Do you feel like you need about 2 more hours each day to accomplish everything? Here’s how I help principals work manageable hours: Create your ideal week, so that you can leave work at work and enjoy your life!

Please take a moment to rate this podcast in iTunes or on Stitcher

Please follow me on Twitter: @jethrojones for the host and @TrnFrmPrincipal for the show.

Buy Communication Cards

Show notes on TransformativePrincipal.com

Download Paperless Principal.  

Take Control of your email

Web Site

Transformative Principal on Stitcher

Refer A Principal

Best Tools for Busy Administrators Survey

 

 



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Including Everyone in Leadership with Larry Villiard Transformative Principal 271

Larry Villiard is the principal of a K-12 school in Bruce Wisconsin.

  • Leadership team, started with 12 people, now we have up to 20 people come to the leadership team meeting each month. Follow up leadership team meeting after PD.
  • Anybody who wants to be part of leadership team can join us.
  • Leadership Meeting norms.
  • Six Step Process
  • Weekly article share at 7:30
  • Book studies.
  • Tight and loose.
  • Need more time if we are going to teach the curriculum with fidelity.
  • Seniors leave a week earlier than the rest of the student body, so they are going to do a test run with the new schedule.
  • How to be a transformative principal? Have an open mind. Tap into your talented staff.
  • call bruce high school.

Schedule a call with Jethro

Are you feeling like you are always behind at school? Do you feel like you need about 2 more hours each day to accomplish everything? Here’s how I help principals work manageable hours: Create your ideal week, so that you can leave work at work and enjoy your life!

Please take a moment to rate this podcast in iTunes or on Stitcher

Please follow me on Twitter: @jethrojones for the host and @TrnFrmPrincipal for the show.

Buy Communication Cards

Show notes on TransformativePrincipal.com

Download Paperless Principal.  

Take Control of your email

Web Site

Transformative Principal on Stitcher

Refer A Principal

Best Tools for Busy Administrators Survey

 

 



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3/23/19

**Follow us on Twitter - @InstantRel** On the 22nd episode of the Instant Relevance Podcast, Denis Sheeran (@mathDenisNJ) and Raymond Steinmetz (@blended_math) discuss a #MakeItReal mini moment about the phrase "past performance does not an indicator of future success." Follow the conversation and learn from others on Twitter. Check out more from Denis: -- denissheeran.com Check out more from Ray: -- blendedlearningnetwork.com The Instant Relevance Podcast is a proud member of VoicEd.ca and the Education Podcast Network -https://ift.tt/1EUzavb

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Episode 22 - Instant Relevance Mini-Moment #7

**Follow us on Twitter - @InstantRel** On the 22nd episode of the Instant Relevance Podcast, Denis Sheeran (@mathDenisNJ) and Raymond Steinmetz (@blended_math) discuss a #MakeItReal mini moment about the phrase "past performance does not an indicator of future success." Follow the conversation and learn from others on Twitter. Check out more from Denis: -- denissheeran.com Check out more from Ray: -- blendedlearningnetwork.com The Instant Relevance Podcast is a proud member of VoicEd.ca and the Education Podcast Network -https://ift.tt/1EUzavb

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About Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D.

Dr. Will Deyamport, III is a globally recognized Connected Educator and Connected Ed Consultant. Motivated by his passions for education and digital media, he has been able to leverage the use of social technologies in the classroom to enhance the learning experiences of people worldwide. While his efforts are primarily targeted towards teachers, it is his thought leadership in this specific field that has helped him to create an innovative, interactive and integrated classroom experience for students and teachers alike. In addition to identifying existing and underutilized digital tools and resources in education, Dr. Deyamport has worked diligently to bridge that gap. It is this core endeavor that has taken him on the professional adventure of a lifetime! His research and work in this field has helped shape his social entrepreneurship and given him the opportunity to connect and collaborate with some of the most inspiring and acclaimed people in education both nationally and internationally. Through these collaborations, Dr. Deyamport has been able to facilitate and curate powerful, thought-provoking and enlightening conversations and content which look at a multitude of issues educators face inside and outside of the classroom. The expansion and diversification of his professional portfolio has resulted in Dr. Will becoming a highly sought after speaker, presenter and guest lecturer. Dr. Will’s latest project The Edupreneur: Making the impact and the income is now available for digital download.

Show Highlights

  • Will’s process for finding a diverse group of guests on his show
  • Sometimes we need to pivot to find our niche
  • Tips for people of color aspiring to become Edupreneurs
  • The Edupreneur: Making the impact and the income

Connect with Dr. Will

Twitter: @iamDrWill

Additional Resources

The Edupreneur: Making the impact and the income

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

www.sheldoneakins.com



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Bonus Episode: Sometimes We Need to Pivot to Find Our Niche with Dr. Will

About Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D.

Dr. Will Deyamport, III is a globally recognized Connected Educator and Connected Ed Consultant. Motivated by his passions for education and digital media, he has been able to leverage the use of social technologies in the classroom to enhance the learning experiences of people worldwide. While his efforts are primarily targeted towards teachers, it is his thought leadership in this specific field that has helped him to create an innovative, interactive and integrated classroom experience for students and teachers alike. In addition to identifying existing and underutilized digital tools and resources in education, Dr. Deyamport has worked diligently to bridge that gap. It is this core endeavor that has taken him on the professional adventure of a lifetime! His research and work in this field has helped shape his social entrepreneurship and given him the opportunity to connect and collaborate with some of the most inspiring and acclaimed people in education both nationally and internationally. Through these collaborations, Dr. Deyamport has been able to facilitate and curate powerful, thought-provoking and enlightening conversations and content which look at a multitude of issues educators face inside and outside of the classroom. The expansion and diversification of his professional portfolio has resulted in Dr. Will becoming a highly sought after speaker, presenter and guest lecturer. Dr. Will’s latest project The Edupreneur: Making the impact and the income is now available for digital download.

Show Highlights

  • Will’s process for finding a diverse group of guests on his show
  • Sometimes we need to pivot to find our niche
  • Tips for people of color aspiring to become Edupreneurs
  • The Edupreneur: Making the impact and the income

Connect with Dr. Will

Twitter: @iamDrWill

Additional Resources

The Edupreneur: Making the impact and the income

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

www.sheldoneakins.com



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3/22/19

 

 

Rick Snyder has written a book - Decisive Intuition: Use Your Gut Instincts to Make Smart Business Decisions (2019). If you make decisions in your world you are going to want to read Rick's book. He teaches you, in a very reader-friendly manner, how to listen to the internal voice that is telling you what you should do. Awesome book that you are going to want to read.  

Rick Snyder is the founder and CEO of Invisible Edge, an international consulting firm that builds high-performance environments in major, mid-size and emerging businesses.

He leads the Invisible Edge coaches in training companies and teams to build intuitive skills and translate them into business plans and company cultures that result in more effective communication, engagement, profitability, and innovative success.

His breakthrough strategies have been implemented by executives and businesses in Europe, Canada, Asia, Africa, and America. Rick holds an MA in Psychology and has previously worked in the healthcare, tourism and travel, and training spaces.

He has launched four businesses and travels extensively between California and Europe for work and leisure, and to help people access their intuitive skills for decision-making on a global scale.

Check out my first conversation on Episode 185.

Connect with Rick and Learn More:

https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/rick-snyder-intuition-relationships-and-listening-185

https://invisible-edgellc.com/

https://www.facebook.com/InvisibleEdgeLLC/

https://www.instagram.com/rickasnyder/

https://twitter.com/RickASnyder

https://www.amazon.com/Decisive-Intuition-Instincts-Business-Decisions/dp/1632651475

Email: hello@invisible-edgellc.comUS Phone: +1 (424) 272 5872UK Phone: +44 (0)7746 872930

Length - 49:27



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Rick Snyder has written a book - Decisive Intuition: Use Your Gut Instincts to Make Smart Business Decisions (2019). If you make decisions in your world you are going to want to read Rick's book. He teaches you, in a very reader-friendly manner, how to listen to the internal voice that is telling you what you should do. Awesome book that you are going to want to read.  

Rick Snyder is the founder and CEO of Invisible Edge, an international consulting firm that builds high-performance environments in major, mid-size and emerging businesses.

He leads the Invisible Edge coaches in training companies and teams to build intuitive skills and translate them into business plans and company cultures that result in more effective communication, engagement, profitability, and innovative success.

His breakthrough strategies have been implemented by executives and businesses in Europe, Canada, Asia, Africa, and America. Rick holds an MA in Psychology and has previously worked in the healthcare, tourism and travel, and training spaces.

He has launched four businesses and travels extensively between California and Europe for work and leisure, and to help people access their intuitive skills for decision-making on a global scale.

Check out my first conversation on Episode 185.

Connect with Rick and Learn More:

https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/rick-snyder-intuition-relationships-and-listening-185

https://invisible-edgellc.com/

https://www.facebook.com/InvisibleEdgeLLC/

https://www.instagram.com/rickasnyder/

https://twitter.com/RickASnyder

https://www.amazon.com/Decisive-Intuition-Instincts-Business-Decisions/dp/1632651475

Email: hello@invisible-edgellc.comUS Phone: +1 (424) 272 5872UK Phone: +44 (0)7746 872930

Length - 49:27



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