11/13/19

#EduDuctTape S02-E031

#EduDuctTape -- EduDuctTape.com -- @JakeMillerTech -- JakeMiller.net -- JakeMillerTech@gmail.com

 



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Jornea Armant, Flipgrid, Seesaw, Video Tools, Connections to Families, GridPals, Virtual Field Trips, Global Learning Connections, Adobe Spark, WeVideo, Screencastify, Screencast-o-matic, Nimbus, Loom, Wonderopolis & more!

#EduDuctTape S02-E031

#EduDuctTape -- EduDuctTape.com -- @JakeMillerTech -- JakeMiller.net -- JakeMillerTech@gmail.com

 



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11/12/19

**Follow us on Twitter - @InstantRel**

Welcome to the 3rd Season of the Instant Relevance Podcast!  Denis (@MathDenisNJ) and Raymond (@blended_math) interview Tech Integrator, Kindness Cultivator, and Author of "A Passion for Kindness" - Tamara Letter (@tamaraletter).  The hosts talk to Tamara about her work creating cultures of kindness in schools for both teachers and students.  Celebrate World Kindness Day on November 13th!  Check out ways to celebrate and spread random acts of kindness to others:

-- randomactsofkindness.org/world-kindness-day

More from Tamara Letter:

-- tamaraletter.com/

Check out more from Denis:

-- denissheeran.com/

Check out more from Ray:

-- blendedlearningnetwork.org

The Instant Relevance Podcast is a member of VoicEd.ca  and the Education Podcast Network - https://ift.tt/1EUzavb



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Episode 38 - A Passion for Kindness with Tamara Letter

**Follow us on Twitter - @InstantRel**

Welcome to the 3rd Season of the Instant Relevance Podcast!  Denis (@MathDenisNJ) and Raymond (@blended_math) interview Tech Integrator, Kindness Cultivator, and Author of "A Passion for Kindness" - Tamara Letter (@tamaraletter).  The hosts talk to Tamara about her work creating cultures of kindness in schools for both teachers and students.  Celebrate World Kindness Day on November 13th!  Check out ways to celebrate and spread random acts of kindness to others:

-- randomactsofkindness.org/world-kindness-day

More from Tamara Letter:

-- tamaraletter.com/

Check out more from Denis:

-- denissheeran.com/

Check out more from Ray:

-- blendedlearningnetwork.org

The Instant Relevance Podcast is a member of VoicEd.ca  and the Education Podcast Network - https://ift.tt/1EUzavb



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In this episode Mike and Glen discuss the merger of ISTE & EdSurge, debate why it’s vital for schools to provide recess to our students and our guest this week is educator and podcaster Jeff Bradbury.

Guest: Jeff Bradbury

Notes:

Today's podcast is brought to you by:

Classcraft: The presenting sponsor for OnEducation is Classcraft. We are excited to announce Classcraft’s new Story Mode which makes it easy for educators to harness the power of stories. Episodes 1 & 2 of Season 1 are ready for you and your students to play today and it’s completely free! To learn more about Classcraft and the new Story mode simply visit classcraft.com/oneducation

Phidgets: OnEducation is brought to you by Phidgets. Phidgets are interactive USB sensors that support all major programming languages that make physical computing easy. Phidgets keep the emphasis on coding while increasing student engagement and the best part is that you can get started for free right now. Simply go to bit.ly/phidgetsoneducation to get your introductory kit that includes a free sensor worth over $50!

Fresh Grade NEXT: OnEducation is brought to you by Fresh Grade. Fresh Grade has always been known as digital portfolio innovators, but FreshGrade Next is the all new learning network made for modern teachers and tech savvy students with amazing new student-driven learning journals. Students can upload their own content and conduct ongoing self-reflection to create their own record of learning progress. Integrated, Simple, and Powerful - to learn more about Fresh Grade Next and sign up for your free account visit freshgrade.com

Sourcewell Technology: OnEducation is brought to you by Sourcewell Technology and the Impact Education Conference! Join Jimmy Casas, Angela Meiers, Michael Cohen, Jordan Shapiro, the OnEducation Podcast team, amazing featured speakers, and thousands of educators December 14-17 in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the regions best education conference. Register now using promo code ONEDUCATION2019 for $30 off your registration! ALSO With every registration you’ll receive a free book of your choice from one of the amazing speakers. To register for the conference visit impact.sourcewelltech.org - that’s impact.sourcewelltech.org



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Amazingness x1000 | Jeff Bradbury

In this episode Mike and Glen discuss the merger of ISTE & EdSurge, debate why it’s vital for schools to provide recess to our students and our guest this week is educator and podcaster Jeff Bradbury.

Guest: Jeff Bradbury

Notes:

Today's podcast is brought to you by:

Classcraft: The presenting sponsor for OnEducation is Classcraft. We are excited to announce Classcraft’s new Story Mode which makes it easy for educators to harness the power of stories. Episodes 1 & 2 of Season 1 are ready for you and your students to play today and it’s completely free! To learn more about Classcraft and the new Story mode simply visit classcraft.com/oneducation

Phidgets: OnEducation is brought to you by Phidgets. Phidgets are interactive USB sensors that support all major programming languages that make physical computing easy. Phidgets keep the emphasis on coding while increasing student engagement and the best part is that you can get started for free right now. Simply go to bit.ly/phidgetsoneducation to get your introductory kit that includes a free sensor worth over $50!

Fresh Grade NEXT: OnEducation is brought to you by Fresh Grade. Fresh Grade has always been known as digital portfolio innovators, but FreshGrade Next is the all new learning network made for modern teachers and tech savvy students with amazing new student-driven learning journals. Students can upload their own content and conduct ongoing self-reflection to create their own record of learning progress. Integrated, Simple, and Powerful - to learn more about Fresh Grade Next and sign up for your free account visit freshgrade.com

Sourcewell Technology: OnEducation is brought to you by Sourcewell Technology and the Impact Education Conference! Join Jimmy Casas, Angela Meiers, Michael Cohen, Jordan Shapiro, the OnEducation Podcast team, amazing featured speakers, and thousands of educators December 14-17 in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the regions best education conference. Register now using promo code ONEDUCATION2019 for $30 off your registration! ALSO With every registration you’ll receive a free book of your choice from one of the amazing speakers. To register for the conference visit impact.sourcewelltech.org - that’s impact.sourcewelltech.org



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Today I'm here with Hannah Sansom a co-author of EduMagic Shine On: A Guide for New Teachers (coming out Nov 26!), teacher rockstar, former student, and fourth year, a third-grade teacher. During today's conversation, Hannah and I discuss going back to school and getting an advanced degree and balancing it all. She also shares advice for new teachers! Let's get to it! Show notes can be found here: https://www.sfecich.com/post/new-teachers-shine-on-with-hannah-sansom

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New Teachers Shine On with Hannah Sansom E30

Today I'm here with Hannah Sansom a co-author of EduMagic Shine On: A Guide for New Teachers (coming out Nov 26!), teacher rockstar, former student, and fourth year, a third-grade teacher. During today's conversation, Hannah and I discuss going back to school and getting an advanced degree and balancing it all. She also shares advice for new teachers! Let's get to it! Show notes can be found here: https://www.sfecich.com/post/new-teachers-shine-on-with-hannah-sansom

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In today's Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I want to focus on alignment. When tough times try to derail you, or when you may feel like you are pushed beyond your breaking point, remember to focus on your alignment. It is our alignment that keeps us grounded.



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137: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers... Your Alignment is Key

In today's Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I want to focus on alignment. When tough times try to derail you, or when you may feel like you are pushed beyond your breaking point, remember to focus on your alignment. It is our alignment that keeps us grounded.



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Coaching a coach is an interesting experience, but everyone has struggles that they need to mastermind one in a while. Alison Jalufka is a Learning Coach at an elementary school in her Central Texas school district. She started her teaching career in elementary education as a first-grade teacher for ten years when the opportunity to make an impact as a technology and learning coach was presented to her. 

Alison now supports the elementary teachers in her district along with a team of coaches to help implement a technology-based learning curriculum in the classroom. She has been tasked with developing a professional learning and development framework to better serve her teachers and had questions about how to bring the expectations of her position to fruition. 

Kasey and Alison chat about creating actionable goals both for her individually and for her position. She already knows that she needs to find ways to better integrate the 4Cs into each workshop that she develops, but what else is needed? Kasey helps her talk through the process of creating her goals and how best to integrate learning and processes into each action and activity.

There are so many great nuggets of information in this on-air coaching session that you won’t want to miss. Many of the barriers that Alison faces each day are likely similar to yours. Listen in as they discuss strategies for better tackling the problems with teacher buy-in and why building relationships and creating open lines of communication are the keys to success for a Learning Coach. Alison is already doing so many things right, but with just little mindset shifts here and there, she could be smashing her administrator’s expectations.

In This Episode:

[00:29] - Welcome back and get ready to meet Alison Jalufka, a Learning Coach.

[01:24] - Shout out to Daniel Island School for having me out to deliver the Dynamic Learning Workshop. Special thanks to Pam Hubler for making it happen.

[02:54] - What is a learning coach and how do they help teachers? 

[04:53] - Learn what the vision for Alison’s position within her district was meant to be.

[05:39] - When they removed the word “digital” from her title, did they change her expectations? 

[06:45] - Alison shares the technology map for her district and the barriers she faces with integration.

[07:38] - How are the teachers responding to tech integration in their classrooms? 

[09:26] - Do the teachers on her campus understand her purpose is to help them in a variety of ways? 

[11:22] - What does communication with her teachers look like? 

[13:21] - Is Alison given guidelines from her administrator on how to approach her role? 

[13:47] - How does she communicate and meet with other Learning Coaches in her district?

[15:42] - Does she meet with the principal of her school and set goals together? 

[17:46] - Is she meant to be involved in professional development with her teachers? 

[19:18] - Learn why teacher buy-in is one of Alison’s biggest struggles and how she is working to overcome it.

[22:02] - How has Alison approached the 4Cs in the past and what has she implemented this year?

[26:33] - What is the best way to present the 4Cs for professional learning? 

[29:38] - Alison shares the best workshop she attended as a teacher for professional learning.

[31:54] - Has she delivered any professional learning workshops since being in the coach position? 

[35:07] - What goals would Alison like to accomplish before this semester is over?

[40:03] - Learn one of the best ways to help teachers understand that we’re not adding to their workload, we’re altering it.

[42:26] - Don’t forget to share the time-saving hacks that you use in your newsletters.

[45:24] - Alison shares some of her final takeaways and next steps.

Podcast Question of the Week

[47:48] - Kasey shares the podcast questions of the week: 

How can you use the ideas from this episode to make an impact as a coach? 

Post your answer to your favorite social media platform using the hashtag #ShakeUpLearning, or share it in the Shake Up Learning Community on Facebook!

[49:09] - Thank you for listening! Please subscribe to the podcast, and leave a review on iTunes. (Bonus points if you use  the word “y’all” in your review!)

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

The Shake Up Learning Show

The Shake Up Learning Community on Facebook

Join the Shake Up Learning Book Study!

GetGoogleCertified.com

Hive Summit

text.help/shakeupwriting

Alison on Twitter

Transformational Learning



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38: [On-Air Coaching] Making an Impact as a Tech Coach

Coaching a coach is an interesting experience, but everyone has struggles that they need to mastermind one in a while. Alison Jalufka is a Learning Coach at an elementary school in her Central Texas school district. She started her teaching career in elementary education as a first-grade teacher for ten years when the opportunity to make an impact as a technology and learning coach was presented to her. 

Alison now supports the elementary teachers in her district along with a team of coaches to help implement a technology-based learning curriculum in the classroom. She has been tasked with developing a professional learning and development framework to better serve her teachers and had questions about how to bring the expectations of her position to fruition. 

Kasey and Alison chat about creating actionable goals both for her individually and for her position. She already knows that she needs to find ways to better integrate the 4Cs into each workshop that she develops, but what else is needed? Kasey helps her talk through the process of creating her goals and how best to integrate learning and processes into each action and activity.

There are so many great nuggets of information in this on-air coaching session that you won’t want to miss. Many of the barriers that Alison faces each day are likely similar to yours. Listen in as they discuss strategies for better tackling the problems with teacher buy-in and why building relationships and creating open lines of communication are the keys to success for a Learning Coach. Alison is already doing so many things right, but with just little mindset shifts here and there, she could be smashing her administrator’s expectations.

In This Episode:

[00:29] - Welcome back and get ready to meet Alison Jalufka, a Learning Coach.

[01:24] - Shout out to Daniel Island School for having me out to deliver the Dynamic Learning Workshop. Special thanks to Pam Hubler for making it happen.

[02:54] - What is a learning coach and how do they help teachers? 

[04:53] - Learn what the vision for Alison’s position within her district was meant to be.

[05:39] - When they removed the word “digital” from her title, did they change her expectations? 

[06:45] - Alison shares the technology map for her district and the barriers she faces with integration.

[07:38] - How are the teachers responding to tech integration in their classrooms? 

[09:26] - Do the teachers on her campus understand her purpose is to help them in a variety of ways? 

[11:22] - What does communication with her teachers look like? 

[13:21] - Is Alison given guidelines from her administrator on how to approach her role? 

[13:47] - How does she communicate and meet with other Learning Coaches in her district?

[15:42] - Does she meet with the principal of her school and set goals together? 

[17:46] - Is she meant to be involved in professional development with her teachers? 

[19:18] - Learn why teacher buy-in is one of Alison’s biggest struggles and how she is working to overcome it.

[22:02] - How has Alison approached the 4Cs in the past and what has she implemented this year?

[26:33] - What is the best way to present the 4Cs for professional learning? 

[29:38] - Alison shares the best workshop she attended as a teacher for professional learning.

[31:54] - Has she delivered any professional learning workshops since being in the coach position? 

[35:07] - What goals would Alison like to accomplish before this semester is over?

[40:03] - Learn one of the best ways to help teachers understand that we’re not adding to their workload, we’re altering it.

[42:26] - Don’t forget to share the time-saving hacks that you use in your newsletters.

[45:24] - Alison shares some of her final takeaways and next steps.

Podcast Question of the Week

[47:48] - Kasey shares the podcast questions of the week: 

How can you use the ideas from this episode to make an impact as a coach? 

Post your answer to your favorite social media platform using the hashtag #ShakeUpLearning, or share it in the Shake Up Learning Community on Facebook!

[49:09] - Thank you for listening! Please subscribe to the podcast, and leave a review on iTunes. (Bonus points if you use  the word “y’all” in your review!)

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

The Shake Up Learning Show

The Shake Up Learning Community on Facebook

Join the Shake Up Learning Book Study!

GetGoogleCertified.com

Hive Summit

text.help/shakeupwriting

Alison on Twitter

Transformational Learning



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11/11/19

Google News and Updates Featured Content

To use Google Classroom or Not?

  • Chromebooks
  • iPads/Tablets

Yes, Kinder+ can use Google Sheets! http://christinepinto.com/2017/01/28/models-and-equations-in-google-sheets/

Collaborate with older grades

When 1st & 7th graders get to work together in the same building, you realize the power of a K-8 school! 🤩 1st graders came w/a plan, 7th graders taught them how to use the tool. #shakeuplearning #gttribe I got to show them how to use the magic "explore" button too! pic.twitter.com/RCQpTtmC43

— ᑭᗩᗰ ᕼᑌᗷᒪᗴᖇ (@specialtechie) November 2, 2019

Google Apps for Littles by Alice Keeler and Christine Pinto

Drag and Drop activities in Slides

Alice Keeler’s Templates for Elementary Math

20 G Suite templates for K-2 from Kris Szajner

Susan Stewart: K2 Can Chromebook Too (Taking screenshots can open a world of possiblilities!)

Video calls with authors, experts, other classes

#k2cando

#GAFE4littles

Episode 6 with Christine Pinto

Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag

Jenn Conti (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) -- Podcast smashing. Use closed captioning in Google Slides. Smashed with Jake Miller’s EDU Duct Tape podcast philosophy of using tech to solve a problem in the classroom. A friend at another school to close caption morning broadcast for hearing impaired students. Tested at her school. Students open Google Slide, turn on closed captioning and picked up the voice of students on broadcast, showed it on the screen. The perfect fix for the problem! Thanks for all you do through GTT! Congrats on 1 million downloads!

On The Blogs



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Using Google Tools in Primary Grades - GTT097

Google News and Updates Featured Content

To use Google Classroom or Not?

  • Chromebooks
  • iPads/Tablets

Yes, Kinder+ can use Google Sheets! http://christinepinto.com/2017/01/28/models-and-equations-in-google-sheets/

Collaborate with older grades

When 1st & 7th graders get to work together in the same building, you realize the power of a K-8 school! 🤩 1st graders came w/a plan, 7th graders taught them how to use the tool. #shakeuplearning #gttribe I got to show them how to use the magic "explore" button too! pic.twitter.com/RCQpTtmC43

— ᑭᗩᗰ ᕼᑌᗷᒪᗴᖇ (@specialtechie) November 2, 2019

Google Apps for Littles by Alice Keeler and Christine Pinto

Drag and Drop activities in Slides

Alice Keeler’s Templates for Elementary Math

20 G Suite templates for K-2 from Kris Szajner

Susan Stewart: K2 Can Chromebook Too (Taking screenshots can open a world of possiblilities!)

Video calls with authors, experts, other classes

#k2cando

#GAFE4littles

Episode 6 with Christine Pinto

Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag

Jenn Conti (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) -- Podcast smashing. Use closed captioning in Google Slides. Smashed with Jake Miller’s EDU Duct Tape podcast philosophy of using tech to solve a problem in the classroom. A friend at another school to close caption morning broadcast for hearing impaired students. Tested at her school. Students open Google Slide, turn on closed captioning and picked up the voice of students on broadcast, showed it on the screen. The perfect fix for the problem! Thanks for all you do through GTT! Congrats on 1 million downloads!

On The Blogs



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In this episode, Vicki lets us in on challenges she's faced in her career from being overextended, dealing with cell phones in the classroom and deciding not to measure her value against what she sees on Social Media or what people believe to be true about how public speakers should look in order to be on stage plus much, much more. 



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Ep #050- Wearing Our Teacher Game Face with Vicki Davis

In this episode, Vicki lets us in on challenges she's faced in her career from being overextended, dealing with cell phones in the classroom and deciding not to measure her value against what she sees on Social Media or what people believe to be true about how public speakers should look in order to be on stage plus much, much more. 



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About Liza Talusan, Ph.D.

Dr. Liza Talusan is an educator, speaker, leader, runner, writer, life/leadership coach and parent. With over 22 years of experience in PreK-20 education, Liza is an engaging facilitator in conversations about diversity, racism, bias, privilege and power and creates environments that allow for people to discuss these difficult topics openly. Through her direct work with leaders, Liza empowers individuals to create a more inclusive organization, environment, community and team. 

Dr. Talusan has been invited to well over 100 schools and organizations across the country to deliver and facilitate keynotes, training workshops, develop ongoing strategic planning, change management, and faculty/staff development. Certified as a Professional Coach by the Institute for Professional Education in Coaching (iPEC) and having earned her Associate Certified Coaching credentials from the International Coaching Federation, Liza helps you to achieve your personal and professional goals by tapping into your strengths and vision for goal-centered life. 

Dr. Liza Talusan earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Child Development from Connecticut College; her Masters of Arts in Higher Education Administration from New York University; and her Ph.D. in Higher Education from University of Massachusetts Boston. Liza's cumulative research interests include the experiences of underrepresented populations; Asian American and Pacific Islander students; socialization to graduate programs; navigating academic parenthood; interracial relationships; recognizing and reducing unconscious bias; and the impact of federal financial aid policies. Liza's dissertation, "The Formation of Scholars: Critical Narratives of Asian American and Pacific Islander Doctoral Students in Higher Education" is available on ProQuest. Liza was the 2017 recipient of the Dissertation of the Year Award by the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Asian American Special Interest Group. 

Show Highlights

  • Bystander intervention
  • Understanding how and when to intervene
  • Teaching students strategies on how to intervene
  • De-escalating situations
  • Implicit Bias
  • Intervening with colleagues

Connect with Liza

Website: www.lizatalusan.com

Twitter: @ltalusan

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins



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LE 113: The Art of Bystander Intervention with Dr. Liza Talusan

About Liza Talusan, Ph.D.

Dr. Liza Talusan is an educator, speaker, leader, runner, writer, life/leadership coach and parent. With over 22 years of experience in PreK-20 education, Liza is an engaging facilitator in conversations about diversity, racism, bias, privilege and power and creates environments that allow for people to discuss these difficult topics openly. Through her direct work with leaders, Liza empowers individuals to create a more inclusive organization, environment, community and team. 

Dr. Talusan has been invited to well over 100 schools and organizations across the country to deliver and facilitate keynotes, training workshops, develop ongoing strategic planning, change management, and faculty/staff development. Certified as a Professional Coach by the Institute for Professional Education in Coaching (iPEC) and having earned her Associate Certified Coaching credentials from the International Coaching Federation, Liza helps you to achieve your personal and professional goals by tapping into your strengths and vision for goal-centered life. 

Dr. Liza Talusan earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Child Development from Connecticut College; her Masters of Arts in Higher Education Administration from New York University; and her Ph.D. in Higher Education from University of Massachusetts Boston. Liza's cumulative research interests include the experiences of underrepresented populations; Asian American and Pacific Islander students; socialization to graduate programs; navigating academic parenthood; interracial relationships; recognizing and reducing unconscious bias; and the impact of federal financial aid policies. Liza's dissertation, "The Formation of Scholars: Critical Narratives of Asian American and Pacific Islander Doctoral Students in Higher Education" is available on ProQuest. Liza was the 2017 recipient of the Dissertation of the Year Award by the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Asian American Special Interest Group. 

Show Highlights

  • Bystander intervention
  • Understanding how and when to intervene
  • Teaching students strategies on how to intervene
  • De-escalating situations
  • Implicit Bias
  • Intervening with colleagues

Connect with Liza

Website: www.lizatalusan.com

Twitter: @ltalusan

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins



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Math tends to be one of those subjects that kids either understand and love or are completely befuddled by and hate. New math teachers often find themselves struggling between teaching procedures versus concepts. Unfortunately, there's still a lot of controversy in terms of which way leads to greater student success. In this interview, Robert Kaplinsky of openmiddle.com lets us in on why Common Core is given such a bad rap, the concept of Open Middle Math (and if you’re a math teacher who hasn’t heard of it, you’re in for a treat), and then we both get into the complicated discussion of grading.

Where to find Robert:

Open Middle Math

RobertKaplinsky.com

Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook

Sign up for the New Educator Conference in either San Diego or Santa Clara, CA! at CTAGO.ORG Love this show? Become an AWESOME SUPPORTER! Want to ask a question and be featured on the podcast?

Let your voice be heard! Click here to find out how you can be a part of the podcast by asking a question!

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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TnT 86 How Open Middle Math lessons can get your students addicted to math

Math tends to be one of those subjects that kids either understand and love or are completely befuddled by and hate. New math teachers often find themselves struggling between teaching procedures versus concepts. Unfortunately, there's still a lot of controversy in terms of which way leads to greater student success. In this interview, Robert Kaplinsky of openmiddle.com lets us in on why Common Core is given such a bad rap, the concept of Open Middle Math (and if you’re a math teacher who hasn’t heard of it, you’re in for a treat), and then we both get into the complicated discussion of grading.

Where to find Robert:

Open Middle Math

RobertKaplinsky.com

Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook

Sign up for the New Educator Conference in either San Diego or Santa Clara, CA! at CTAGO.ORG Love this show? Become an AWESOME SUPPORTER! Want to ask a question and be featured on the podcast?

Let your voice be heard! Click here to find out how you can be a part of the podcast by asking a question!

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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