6/24/19

This is Part 1 of the conversation!

Eric Curts from Control Alt Achieve joins the guys!

Eric has been in education for 27 years and currently serves as a Technology Integration Specialist for SPARCC in Canton, Ohio where he oversees Google Apps for Education implementation, training, and support, as well as other technology integration initiatives. Eric is an authorized Google Education Trainer and Innovator and provides Google Apps training to schools, organizations, and conferences throughout Ohio and across the country. He is a co-leader of the Ohio Google Educator Group at bit.ly/gegohio and runs the award-winning blog http://bit.ly/1W5EJjQ where all of his Google Apps and edtech resources can be found.

https://www.controlaltachieve.com

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Control Alt Achieve Yo (Part 1) - PC034

This is Part 1 of the conversation!

Eric Curts from Control Alt Achieve joins the guys!

Eric has been in education for 27 years and currently serves as a Technology Integration Specialist for SPARCC in Canton, Ohio where he oversees Google Apps for Education implementation, training, and support, as well as other technology integration initiatives. Eric is an authorized Google Education Trainer and Innovator and provides Google Apps training to schools, organizations, and conferences throughout Ohio and across the country. He is a co-leader of the Ohio Google Educator Group at bit.ly/gegohio and runs the award-winning blog http://bit.ly/1W5EJjQ where all of his Google Apps and edtech resources can be found.

https://www.controlaltachieve.com

https://eric-the-rad.blogspot.com/

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Many newer teachers feel unprepared for integrating technology into their teaching. Their credentialing program or student teaching experience may have exposed them to some basic tech, but figuring out WHEN and WHY to use it is a different story. How can we meaningfully use tech in a way that isn't overwhelming to both us and the students? How do we know if it's actually improving outcomes? Jennifer Gonzalez from The Cult of Pedagogy and I discuss the thought processes teachers should go through when choosing tech, as well as tips before actually implementing it.   Jennifer also has an online technology course for educators, Jumpstart Plus, that will not only teach you about the 10 most impactful technology processes but also helps you implement them in your teaching. She only offers this five times a year, and the next cohort isn't until October. So click below to learn more and join hundreds of educators in their edtech journey.   JOIN JUMPSTART PLUS!   Where to find Jennifer: Love this show?

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TnT 66 Jennifer Gonzalez clears up what purposeful tech integration REALLY looks like

Many newer teachers feel unprepared for integrating technology into their teaching. Their credentialing program or student teaching experience may have exposed them to some basic tech, but figuring out WHEN and WHY to use it is a different story. How can we meaningfully use tech in a way that isn't overwhelming to both us and the students? How do we know if it's actually improving outcomes? Jennifer Gonzalez from The Cult of Pedagogy and I discuss the thought processes teachers should go through when choosing tech, as well as tips before actually implementing it.   Jennifer also has an online technology course for educators, Jumpstart Plus, that will not only teach you about the 10 most impactful technology processes but also helps you implement them in your teaching. She only offers this five times a year, and the next cohort isn't until October. So click below to learn more and join hundreds of educators in their edtech journey.   JOIN JUMPSTART PLUS!   Where to find Jennifer: Love this show?

Become an AWESOME SUPPORTER!

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!

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Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course

About Rosa Perez-Isiah, Ed.D.

Dr. Rosa Isiah has served students in her community for 25 years. Currently, she serves as Director of Elementary in NLMUSD.  Dr. Isiah is passionate about equity and access, multilingual Ed, leadership, and closing opportunity gaps for historically underserved students. Dr. Isiah’s experiences as an immigrant, English learner, and a child in poverty add to her passion for this work.

Dr. Isiah is founder of #WeLeadEd Twitter chat and the WeleadED BAMradio podcast focused on Ed Leadership and Social Justice. Dr. Isiah co-authored two books on the whole child, equity, and the power of relationships. She contributes her voice to blogs, podcasts, and books on social justice, diversity, equity, access, and women in leadership. Dr. Isiah was the recipient of the Loyola Marymount University 2019 Leader for Social justice award.

Dr. Isiah is a Solution Tree Culture and Equity professional development associate. She has also presented on social justice topics at conferences including AMLE Guatemala City and Hawaii, UCLACenterX Math Parent Project, SDCOE, NY SPED Collaborative, and EdSurge.

Show Highlights

  • Colorblindness
  • Why colorblindness is problematic
  • When students feel marginalized
  • Being color brave
  • Recommending readings
  • Doing the right work

Connect with Rosa

Website: http://bit.ly/2LbWTo4

Twitter: @RosaIsiah

Additional Resources

The Myth of Colorblindness

Passive Oppression in Education: Fueling the Achievement Gap

Bamradio Network podcasts

Education Week article

 

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

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LE 88: “I Don’t See Color” The impacts of colorblindness in education with Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah

Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course

About Rosa Perez-Isiah, Ed.D.

Dr. Rosa Isiah has served students in her community for 25 years. Currently, she serves as Director of Elementary in NLMUSD.  Dr. Isiah is passionate about equity and access, multilingual Ed, leadership, and closing opportunity gaps for historically underserved students. Dr. Isiah’s experiences as an immigrant, English learner, and a child in poverty add to her passion for this work.

Dr. Isiah is founder of #WeLeadEd Twitter chat and the WeleadED BAMradio podcast focused on Ed Leadership and Social Justice. Dr. Isiah co-authored two books on the whole child, equity, and the power of relationships. She contributes her voice to blogs, podcasts, and books on social justice, diversity, equity, access, and women in leadership. Dr. Isiah was the recipient of the Loyola Marymount University 2019 Leader for Social justice award.

Dr. Isiah is a Solution Tree Culture and Equity professional development associate. She has also presented on social justice topics at conferences including AMLE Guatemala City and Hawaii, UCLACenterX Math Parent Project, SDCOE, NY SPED Collaborative, and EdSurge.

Show Highlights

  • Colorblindness
  • Why colorblindness is problematic
  • When students feel marginalized
  • Being color brave
  • Recommending readings
  • Doing the right work

Connect with Rosa

Website: http://bit.ly/2LbWTo4

Twitter: @RosaIsiah

Additional Resources

The Myth of Colorblindness

Passive Oppression in Education: Fueling the Achievement Gap

Bamradio Network podcasts

Education Week article

 

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

http://bit.ly/2KWfd4m



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6/23/19

OERs have gotten really good over the last few years, but in order to steer clear of the crap, you have to know where to look. In this episode, I interview curriculum evangelist Karen Vaites about where teachers can go to find outstanding materials—from single-use resources to full-year curricula—that are 100% free.



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124: A Closer Look at Open Educational Resources

OERs have gotten really good over the last few years, but in order to steer clear of the crap, you have to know where to look. In this episode, I interview curriculum evangelist Karen Vaites about where teachers can go to find outstanding materials—from single-use resources to full-year curricula—that are 100% free.



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After a career in innovation, Ted Dintersmith is most well-known to educators as the executive producer of the movie, Most Likely to Succeed, coauthor of the book of the same, and the man who traveled all fifty states to see What Schools Could Be.

  • Education is the only antidote
  • Machines are taking over so many jobs.
  • Social media fueled technology is making it challenging to know what is real.
  • What they could do vs. what they do.
  • the people who get to the top of these bureaucratic systems are bureaucrats
  • If we just focused on setting up the conditions for educators to do their best work.
  • It’s time for us to be more like activists.
  • What are you working on and why?
  • The purpose of school is to rank kids.
  • Why isn’t that the way we do it?
  • New Hampshire portfolio assessment system.

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.

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Education is the antidote with Ted Dintersmith Transformative Principal 284

After a career in innovation, Ted Dintersmith is most well-known to educators as the executive producer of the movie, Most Likely to Succeed, coauthor of the book of the same, and the man who traveled all fifty states to see What Schools Could Be.

  • Education is the only antidote
  • Machines are taking over so many jobs.
  • Social media fueled technology is making it challenging to know what is real.
  • What they could do vs. what they do.
  • the people who get to the top of these bureaucratic systems are bureaucrats
  • If we just focused on setting up the conditions for educators to do their best work.
  • It’s time for us to be more like activists.
  • What are you working on and why?
  • The purpose of school is to rank kids.
  • Why isn’t that the way we do it?
  • New Hampshire portfolio assessment system.

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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6/21/19

 

  

Madeline Whitaker Good and Katherine Whitaker are the authors of Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher (2016, Taylor & Francis;  A Routledge Eye on Education Book) The book is co-written with their father Todd Whitaker. Your First Year focuses on the skills and mindsets needed to be successful during your first year in school. Madeline and Katherine wrote the book while they were in their first year of teaching.

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. She graduated from the Peabody College of Education at Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and Child Studies. She received the Dorothy J. Skeel Award for Outstanding Professional Promise in Elementary Education. She completed her Master of Education Degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Missouri at Columbia as well as her elementary and secondary principal certification. Katherine Whitaker is currently a high school math teacher in Kansas City, Missouri, She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Mathematics Education from the University of 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. Katherine graduated with her Master of Science in Educational Leadership K-12 from Northwest Missouri State University.

Together they also co-authored the best selling book Classroom Management from the Ground Up (2019) with their father Todd Whitaker.

Thanks for listening. 

Enjoy.

By the way, please share and don't forget to subscribe.

 

Connect with Madeline and Katherine and order a copy of "Your First Year":

Madeline Whitaker Good

Twitter Mwhitakergood 

 

Katherine Whitaker

Twitter MissWhitaker294

 

Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher (2016, Taylor & Francis); Eye on Education - Routledge

https://www.routledge.com/Your-First-Year-How-to-Survive-and-Thrive-as-a-New-Teacher-1st-Edition/Whitaker-Whitaker-Good-Whitaker/p/book/9781138126152

www.routledge.com/9781138126152

www.routledge.com/eyeoneducation

Amazon

 

 

Length - 52:48



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Madeline Whitaker Good and Katherine Whitaker are the authors of Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher (2016, Taylor & Francis;  A Routledge Eye on Education Book) The book is co-written with their father Todd Whitaker. Your First Year focuses on the skills and mindsets needed to be successful during your first year in school. Madeline and Katherine wrote the book while they were in their first year of teaching.

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. She graduated from the Peabody College of Education at Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and Child Studies. She received the Dorothy J. Skeel Award for Outstanding Professional Promise in Elementary Education. She completed her Master of Education Degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Missouri at Columbia as well as her elementary and secondary principal certification. Katherine Whitaker is currently a high school math teacher in Kansas City, Missouri, She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Mathematics Education from the University of 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. Katherine graduated with her Master of Science in Educational Leadership K-12 from Northwest Missouri State University.

Together they also co-authored the best selling book Classroom Management from the Ground Up (2019) with their father Todd Whitaker.

Thanks for listening. 

Enjoy.

By the way, please share and don't forget to subscribe.

 

Connect with Madeline and Katherine and order a copy of "Your First Year":

Madeline Whitaker Good

Twitter Mwhitakergood 

 

Katherine Whitaker

Twitter MissWhitaker294

 

Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher (2016, Taylor & Francis); Eye on Education - Routledge

https://www.routledge.com/Your-First-Year-How-to-Survive-and-Thrive-as-a-New-Teacher-1st-Edition/Whitaker-Whitaker-Good-Whitaker/p/book/9781138126152

www.routledge.com/9781138126152

www.routledge.com/eyeoneducation

Amazon

 

 

Length - 52:48



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6/20/19

Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course

About Brenda Barrio, Ph.D.

Dr. Brenda Barrio is an assistant professor of special education. Dr. Barrio observed and experienced the inequities within the educational system in the United States as an immigrant of Mexico and later as a bilingual special education teacher in Texas. With a charge of social justice in education, her career focus as an educator for the past 16 years has been to enhance the lives of students with disabilities and students of color through equity and access. Dr. Barrio’s research focuses on addressing disproportionality of students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in special education through the use of culturally responsive practices.

Show Highlights

  • Why culturally responsive and relevant IEP’s are so important
  • The Culturally Responsive and Relevant IEP Builder (CRRIB)
  • Involving families in the IEP process
  • How teachers can use culturally responsive and relevant approaches to help students meeting goals
  • Getting started with CRRIB
  • Addressing our biases
  • Eduardo

Connect with Brenda

Email: Brenda.Barrio@unt.edu

Twitter: @DrBBarrio

Additional Resources

Designing Culturally Responsive and Relevant Individualized Educational Programs

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

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LE 87: How to Design Culturally Responsive and Relevant IEPs with Dr. Brenda Barrio

Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course

About Brenda Barrio, Ph.D.

Dr. Brenda Barrio is an assistant professor of special education. Dr. Barrio observed and experienced the inequities within the educational system in the United States as an immigrant of Mexico and later as a bilingual special education teacher in Texas. With a charge of social justice in education, her career focus as an educator for the past 16 years has been to enhance the lives of students with disabilities and students of color through equity and access. Dr. Barrio’s research focuses on addressing disproportionality of students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in special education through the use of culturally responsive practices.

Show Highlights

  • Why culturally responsive and relevant IEP’s are so important
  • The Culturally Responsive and Relevant IEP Builder (CRRIB)
  • Involving families in the IEP process
  • How teachers can use culturally responsive and relevant approaches to help students meeting goals
  • Getting started with CRRIB
  • Addressing our biases
  • Eduardo

Connect with Brenda

Email: Brenda.Barrio@unt.edu

Twitter: @DrBBarrio

Additional Resources

Designing Culturally Responsive and Relevant Individualized Educational Programs

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

http://bit.ly/2KWfd4m



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6/19/19

Featured Content

In our final regular episode for the school year we connect with JP Prezzavento of the Bits and Bytes of Education Podcast (@bitsandbytesedu on Twitter). He shares his transition from Instructional Technology Coordinator to Communications and PR Director. We talk “brands”, telling your schools’ stories and making everyone shine!

What We’re Listening To

AJ: Art of Manliness Episode 325: Leading Quietly

When we think of being a good leader, we often think we need to be a bold, visionary, risk-taking type like Winston Churchill, Theodore Roosevelt, or Steve Jobs.

Joseph Badaracco argues that most of the day-to-day work that makes the world function is done by individuals who stand outside the limelight and lead with calm confidence. He’s the author of the book Leading Quietly: An Unorthodox Guide to Doing the Right Thing. Joe discusses the heroic archetype of leadership, why most leadership development books and courses focus on it, and why heroic leadership can actually get in the way of an organization’s success. He then shares the qualities of a quiet leader and why they’re often more effective than heroic leaders at getting things done in an organization.

Chris: New Apple Podcasts Categories coming!

Stacey: Primary Ride Home 

Primary Season swings into full gear next week with the start of the 2019 debates. Before you watch the candidates on June 26th and 27th, catch up on their stories, policies, and political moves, thus far.

JP: Reply All– #130 The Snapchat Thief 

This week, a new Super Tech Support: after Lizzie’s Snapchat gets hacked, things start getting really creepy. Alex investigates.

 

Education Podcast Spotlight

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Building a Brand and Telling Your School’s Story – PPD054

Featured Content

In our final regular episode for the school year we connect with JP Prezzavento of the Bits and Bytes of Education Podcast (@bitsandbytesedu on Twitter). He shares his transition from Instructional Technology Coordinator to Communications and PR Director. We talk “brands”, telling your schools’ stories and making everyone shine!

What We’re Listening To

AJ: Art of Manliness Episode 325: Leading Quietly

When we think of being a good leader, we often think we need to be a bold, visionary, risk-taking type like Winston Churchill, Theodore Roosevelt, or Steve Jobs.

Joseph Badaracco argues that most of the day-to-day work that makes the world function is done by individuals who stand outside the limelight and lead with calm confidence. He’s the author of the book Leading Quietly: An Unorthodox Guide to Doing the Right Thing. Joe discusses the heroic archetype of leadership, why most leadership development books and courses focus on it, and why heroic leadership can actually get in the way of an organization’s success. He then shares the qualities of a quiet leader and why they’re often more effective than heroic leaders at getting things done in an organization.

Chris: New Apple Podcasts Categories coming!

Stacey: Primary Ride Home 

Primary Season swings into full gear next week with the start of the 2019 debates. Before you watch the candidates on June 26th and 27th, catch up on their stories, policies, and political moves, thus far.

JP: Reply All– #130 The Snapchat Thief 

This week, a new Super Tech Support: after Lizzie’s Snapchat gets hacked, things start getting really creepy. Alex investigates.

 

Education Podcast Spotlight

Do you have an education podcast? We would love to promote your podcast on our podcast! Complete this form and we will feature your podcast in an upcoming episode.

Feedback

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AJ Bianco
Christopher J. Nesi

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Ready for an end to the teacher tired? The teacher guilt? The teacher busy? In this episode, I'm chatting with Angela Watson about her work helping teachers become more productive and purposeful in their choices. We're talking about her new book, Fewer Things, Better, and her course, The 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Club.



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068: Confronting Teacher Exhaustion, with Angela Watson

Ready for an end to the teacher tired? The teacher guilt? The teacher busy? In this episode, I'm chatting with Angela Watson about her work helping teachers become more productive and purposeful in their choices. We're talking about her new book, Fewer Things, Better, and her course, The 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Club.



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6/18/19

Want to learn how to make your LinkedIn profile lit? This episode was adapted from a live training session that I did with Deb Snyder, former president of AAEE. We share tips for each section of the profile to make it shine with teacher awesomeness. For those of you who are on the go please visit www.sfecich.com/09 for a PDF of the tips shared along with examples on how to make a lit LinkedIn profile.

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How to make a lit LinkedIn Profile 09

Want to learn how to make your LinkedIn profile lit? This episode was adapted from a live training session that I did with Deb Snyder, former president of AAEE. We share tips for each section of the profile to make it shine with teacher awesomeness. For those of you who are on the go please visit www.sfecich.com/09 for a PDF of the tips shared along with examples on how to make a lit LinkedIn profile.

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