5/23/19

In this episode, Matt Friedman, Chief Academic Officer in the Downingtown Area School District (PA), discusses his passion for creating Future Ready Schools that includes design thinking principles, enriched technology opportunities for students and a personalized approach to professional learning for faculty and staff.  Friedman also reflects on his school district's recent launch of Pennsylvania's very first Mobile Innovation Lab, a handicap accessible school bus that has been transformed into a state-of-the-art mobile STEM/STEAM lab that rolled into action during the 2018-19 school year. The Mobile Innovation Lab serves as a low cost, equitable, and innovative solution for delivering STEM/STEAM project-based learning that potentially changes the way education is delivered throughout his school district. Housed within the Mobile Innovation Lab, students will find all the tools, materials, and instructional supports necessary for hands on learning, including Wi-Fi connectivity, computers, robotics kits, and all other materials needed to ensure that all students - regardless of gender, race, ability, or income - will gain confidence in their ability to succeed in a STEM-related field. Twitter: @mfriedmanPGH. Website: www.dasd.org.  About Dr. Greg Goins As the Founder/Host of the Reimagine Schools Podcast, Dr. Greg Goins has emerged as one of the nation's leading voices on visionary leadership and the path to transforming our schools. He currently serves as the Director of the Educational Leadership Program at Georgetown College (KY) and previously spent 15 years as a school district superintendent in Illinois. Dr. Goins is a passionate keynote speaker and is available to speak at your next education conference or school PD day. To book Dr. Goins, please send inquiries to drgreggoins@gmail.com.  Twitter: @DrGregGoins. Website: http://bit.ly/2CIwzfa.   Become A Supporter  You can now help keep the conversation going by supporting the Reimagine Schools Podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. Thanks for your support! anchor.fm/greg-goins/support  Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/greg-goins/message Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greg-goins/support

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Mobile Innovation With Matt Friedman

In this episode, Matt Friedman, Chief Academic Officer in the Downingtown Area School District (PA), discusses his passion for creating Future Ready Schools that includes design thinking principles, enriched technology opportunities for students and a personalized approach to professional learning for faculty and staff.  Friedman also reflects on his school district's recent launch of Pennsylvania's very first Mobile Innovation Lab, a handicap accessible school bus that has been transformed into a state-of-the-art mobile STEM/STEAM lab that rolled into action during the 2018-19 school year. The Mobile Innovation Lab serves as a low cost, equitable, and innovative solution for delivering STEM/STEAM project-based learning that potentially changes the way education is delivered throughout his school district. Housed within the Mobile Innovation Lab, students will find all the tools, materials, and instructional supports necessary for hands on learning, including Wi-Fi connectivity, computers, robotics kits, and all other materials needed to ensure that all students - regardless of gender, race, ability, or income - will gain confidence in their ability to succeed in a STEM-related field. Twitter: @mfriedmanPGH. Website: www.dasd.org.  About Dr. Greg Goins As the Founder/Host of the Reimagine Schools Podcast, Dr. Greg Goins has emerged as one of the nation's leading voices on visionary leadership and the path to transforming our schools. He currently serves as the Director of the Educational Leadership Program at Georgetown College (KY) and previously spent 15 years as a school district superintendent in Illinois. Dr. Goins is a passionate keynote speaker and is available to speak at your next education conference or school PD day. To book Dr. Goins, please send inquiries to drgreggoins@gmail.com.  Twitter: @DrGregGoins. Website: http://bit.ly/2CIwzfa.   Become A Supporter  You can now help keep the conversation going by supporting the Reimagine Schools Podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. Thanks for your support! anchor.fm/greg-goins/support  Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/greg-goins/message Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greg-goins/support

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#EduDuctTape S01-E022

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

 

 

  • Jake’s Upcoming Events

 

 

  • Jake’s SoapBox Moment - “We Don’t Have Time to Rush”
  • Today’s Guest: Dr. Alec Couros - Alec is a Professor of educational technology and media at the Faculty of Education, University of Regina. He has given hundreds of workshops and presentations, nationally and internationally, on topics such as openness in education, networked learning, social media in education, digital citizenship, and critical media literacy. His graduate and undergraduate courses help current and future educators understand how to use and take advantage of the educational potential offered by the tools of connectivity.

 

 

  • Which of the following is less torturous? (Would you rather?)
  • Question #1: How can we help students develop a skeptic’s mindset?
  • Why develop a skeptic’s mindset?
  • Spearphishing Emails

 

    • Marshall McLuhan - “One of the effects of living with electric information is that we live habitually in a state of information overload. There's always more than you can cope with.”
    • Filter Bubbles
    • Confirmation Bias
    • Fake News
  • Ernest Hemingway - “The essential gift for a good writer is a built-in, shockproof, ******** detector.”
  • Strategies:
    • Bringing in real-world examples
    • “How to Charge an iPod using electrolytes and an onion” YouTube Video - youtube.com/watch?v=GfPJeDssBOM
    • Discussing Believability & Bias
    • Lateral Reading - thinking more about the source than the content - moving from page to page to research WHO is saying this and why they might say it
    • “Think about the messenger.” - Alec
    • Zen Moments - “My Favorite Liar” - zenmoments.org/my-favorite-liar
    • Having students find the fake sites out of a collection of fake and real ones to develop their strategies for site evaluation
    • Discussion of available fake sites & the CRAAP Test on #EduDuctTape S1E08 - directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/8626889
  • Catfishing schemes - “trust” schemes

 

 

 

  • Question #2 : How can we teach (digital) citizenship in authentic ways?
  • Having a POSITIVE Digital Footprint

 

  • Students as creators
  • Sharing within the classroom with tools like Flipgrid
  • Sharing outside of the classroom with tools like digital portfolios

 

  • “How can we thin the walls for students  over time?”

 

  • “How are you doing learning in these spaces?”
  • Digital Portfolio options that Alec mentioned:
  • Supporting students and young adults in developing their own spaces on the web that can craft their own identity
  • Helping kids assimilate to sharing within walled gardens in school to support them when they have the chance to do it in their lives.
  • Helping kids understand the “why” of what we share and who we share it  with
  • Context collapse
  • Stop instilling so much fear of isolated online mistakes - “help students do and share so much positive that it drowns their negative mistakes out”

 

  • Content from the Duct Taper Community
  • This Week’s Apple Podcast Reviews: SHS tech Guy, WindyDaze

 

  • No #EduDuctTape FlipGrid Responses this week

 

  • Favorite #EduDuctTape Tweets: (each handle is linked to the mentioned tweet)

 



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#EduDuctTape S01-E022

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

 

 

  • Jake’s Upcoming Events

 

 

  • Jake’s SoapBox Moment - “We Don’t Have Time to Rush”
  • Today’s Guest: Dr. Alec Couros - Alec is a Professor of educational technology and media at the Faculty of Education, University of Regina. He has given hundreds of workshops and presentations, nationally and internationally, on topics such as openness in education, networked learning, social media in education, digital citizenship, and critical media literacy. His graduate and undergraduate courses help current and future educators understand how to use and take advantage of the educational potential offered by the tools of connectivity.

 

 

  • Which of the following is less torturous? (Would you rather?)
  • Question #1: How can we help students develop a skeptic’s mindset?
  • Why develop a skeptic’s mindset?
  • Spearphishing Emails

 

    • Marshall McLuhan - “One of the effects of living with electric information is that we live habitually in a state of information overload. There's always more than you can cope with.”
    • Filter Bubbles
    • Confirmation Bias
    • Fake News
  • Ernest Hemingway - “The essential gift for a good writer is a built-in, shockproof, ******** detector.”
  • Strategies:
    • Bringing in real-world examples
    • “How to Charge an iPod using electrolytes and an onion” YouTube Video - youtube.com/watch?v=GfPJeDssBOM
    • Discussing Believability & Bias
    • Lateral Reading - thinking more about the source than the content - moving from page to page to research WHO is saying this and why they might say it
    • “Think about the messenger.” - Alec
    • Zen Moments - “My Favorite Liar” - zenmoments.org/my-favorite-liar
    • Having students find the fake sites out of a collection of fake and real ones to develop their strategies for site evaluation
    • Discussion of available fake sites & the CRAAP Test on #EduDuctTape S1E08 - directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/8626889
  • Catfishing schemes - “trust” schemes

 

 

 

  • Question #2 : How can we teach (digital) citizenship in authentic ways?
  • Having a POSITIVE Digital Footprint

 

  • Students as creators
  • Sharing within the classroom with tools like Flipgrid
  • Sharing outside of the classroom with tools like digital portfolios

 

  • “How can we thin the walls for students  over time?”

 

  • “How are you doing learning in these spaces?”
  • Digital Portfolio options that Alec mentioned:
  • Supporting students and young adults in developing their own spaces on the web that can craft their own identity
  • Helping kids assimilate to sharing within walled gardens in school to support them when they have the chance to do it in their lives.
  • Helping kids understand the “why” of what we share and who we share it  with
  • Context collapse
  • Stop instilling so much fear of isolated online mistakes - “help students do and share so much positive that it drowns their negative mistakes out”

 

  • Content from the Duct Taper Community
  • This Week’s Apple Podcast Reviews: SHS tech Guy, WindyDaze

 

  • No #EduDuctTape FlipGrid Responses this week

 

  • Favorite #EduDuctTape Tweets: (each handle is linked to the mentioned tweet)

 



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Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course

About Angela Dye, Ph.D.

Dr. Angela Dye is the developer of the Empowerment Starts Here brand. With it, she brings together the social sciences and education to promote social change and resistance for disadvantaged communities. 

She is a published author, a creator of K12 curriculum for higher order thinking and social action, a theorist and activist for student empowerment and shared-power leadership, and is a former charter school designer and operator.  

Currently she is the Host and Executive Producer of the Empowerment Starts Here podcast where she talks about power, social change and disrupting margins. She serves as an adjunct professor teaching theories on human development, learning and leadership to graduate students as well as teaching the sociology of health, nonprofits and gender to undergraduate students. Finally, she is a public speaker and serves as a life coach for those living in the margins.

Dr. Dye holds a bachelor's degree in social science and secondary education, a master's degree in school and instructional leadership, and a PhD in education where she studied power as related to low-income African American learners.  

Show Highlights

  • The concept of Racism
  • A discussion on the meaning of Racism
  • “Invisible Giants”
  • Microaggressions
  • A discussion on privilege
  • Disrupting Racism in schools

Connect with Angela

Twitter: @ejuc8or

Email: info@pbsdevelopment.com

Website: https://empowermentstartshere.net/

Podcast: Empowerment Starts Here

Additional Resources

Empowerment Starts Here: Seven Principles to Empowering Urban Youth

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

www.sheldoneakins.com



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LE 79: A Conversation About Racism with Dr. Angela Dye

Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course

About Angela Dye, Ph.D.

Dr. Angela Dye is the developer of the Empowerment Starts Here brand. With it, she brings together the social sciences and education to promote social change and resistance for disadvantaged communities. 

She is a published author, a creator of K12 curriculum for higher order thinking and social action, a theorist and activist for student empowerment and shared-power leadership, and is a former charter school designer and operator.  

Currently she is the Host and Executive Producer of the Empowerment Starts Here podcast where she talks about power, social change and disrupting margins. She serves as an adjunct professor teaching theories on human development, learning and leadership to graduate students as well as teaching the sociology of health, nonprofits and gender to undergraduate students. Finally, she is a public speaker and serves as a life coach for those living in the margins.

Dr. Dye holds a bachelor's degree in social science and secondary education, a master's degree in school and instructional leadership, and a PhD in education where she studied power as related to low-income African American learners.  

Show Highlights

  • The concept of Racism
  • A discussion on the meaning of Racism
  • “Invisible Giants”
  • Microaggressions
  • A discussion on privilege
  • Disrupting Racism in schools

Connect with Angela

Twitter: @ejuc8or

Email: info@pbsdevelopment.com

Website: https://empowermentstartshere.net/

Podcast: Empowerment Starts Here

Additional Resources

Empowerment Starts Here: Seven Principles to Empowering Urban Youth

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

www.sheldoneakins.com



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5/22/19

Welcome to the Better Leaders Better Schools podcast.  This is a weekly show for ruckus makers -- What is a ruckus maker?  A leader who has found freedom from the status quo. A leader looking to escape the old routine. A leader who never, ever gives up.

Up next you can hear Daniel Bauer’s interview with Robert Palazzo. They discuss his role as a principal and building a new playground.

We hope you enjoy the podcast. All the highlights, resources, and next steps can be found below. Listen to the full episode here and learn more at betterleadersbetterschools.com

 

Getting to know Robert Palazzo

Robert grew up in Long Island, New York. He started his career as a school psychologist and became involved in developing a school-wide positive behavior program. Robert then decided to pursue his Master’s in Educational Administration and served as a k-3 principal. He then concentrated on trauma-informed practice and restorative discipline. In 2013, he opened a new playground at the school that did not have one for 10 years.

Outside of school, Robert enjoys time with his wife and 2-year-old and as a wedding DJ on the weekend.

 

Perfect Day of Work

Robert talks about how being with the kids is meaningful and checking in with all the departments are the highlights of his day. He likes meeting with the students at any time during the day and really building a relationship with them. Robert talks about meeting the students where they are at and making sure to be there at all times, such as lunch and recess.

“Early on as a school psychologist, I knew I wanted to be around them and know who they are. This is what’s helped me in my career and relationship building with the students.” - Robert Palazzo

 

Playground Story

Robert tells us that people before him wanted a playground, but it is a tough task to get done. He explains how the teachers did a great job of trying to fill time for the students and donating items so that the students could be happy. Robert was fortunate enough to hear that a grandparent was delighted to help to get the project done. He says that he got a lot of his drive from this and knew that it could be done.

“We raised 32,000 dollars from beginning of the 2017 school year to August 2018 which helped us pick who we really wanted to work with.” - Robert Palazzo

 

Robert talks about how they were able to do this from projects that the students could work on like a coin drive. He talks about how the community really got behind this project and worked hard to gain money. Having this support helped get the project done and was refreshing to see the community support it.

 

Trauma-Informed Instruction

Robert tells us that meeting students where they are is essential and can only help the child be successful. He encourages his staff to listen to the students and really hear why something is going on.

“Actually listening to your students can help them grow and shows that you really do care for them.” - Robert Palazzo

Robert says that sometimes the staff has to call him in to talk with students and he is okay with this. He just asks that his staff reinforces their rules at school.

 

Why did you come to the mastermind?

Robert says he comes from a small district and how leaders can be in isolation. He sometimes says that you need a soundboard to hear some discussions that helped him sustain himself in the work he does.

Robert also says that he has really enjoyed this service and how it’s kept him positive and excellent connections. He describes this as having a group of people that are there to champion you and support you on the not so good days.

 

Message to Schools

“Listen to a child when they have something to say, those 5 minutes may change that whole child’s life.” - Robert Palazzo

Robert says that children have a lot to say, but they can always have something to share that has meaning to them.

 

How would you build your dream school?

I would continue to fill the school with people that love kids and care for them. Robert would then want to slow down the school process and allow teachers to dive deep into topics.

3 priorities

  1.  Enthusiastic educators
  2.  Deeper knowledge on topics
  3.  Have fun
  Robert Palazzo Resources:

Power Of Moments by Chip Heath

Kids Deserve It by Todd Nesloney & Adam Welcome

 

Good News Call of the Day:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7izWQPRbLNuZndIejQ2MThNblBkWjVFV0pvNDFRQnh3bWpr/view?usp=sharing

 

Cool Cat of the Day:  

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7izWQPRbLNuNUlBZmxlOEtVRU9WdVNKMTNHT1hVMHRYN1dJ/view?usp=sharing

 

Robert Palazzo Contact Info:

Twitter: @Palazzopves

 

Download resource: https://www.betterleadersbetterschools.com/

  Read the Better Leaders Better Schools Roadmap Show Some Love

 

LEVEL UP 🚀

Website :: Twitter :: LinkedIn

 

SHOW SPONSORS:

ORGANIZED BINDER

  • Organized Binder is an evidence-based RTI2 Tier 1 universal level solution
  • Focuses on improving executive functioning and noncognitive skills
  • Is in direct alignment with the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework
  • Is an integral component for ensuring Least Restrictive Environments (LRE)

You can learn more and improve your student’s success at https://organizedbinder.com/

Copyright © 2019 Better Leaders Better Schools



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Building a Playground and Turning a Dream into Reality

Welcome to the Better Leaders Better Schools podcast.  This is a weekly show for ruckus makers -- What is a ruckus maker?  A leader who has found freedom from the status quo. A leader looking to escape the old routine. A leader who never, ever gives up.

Up next you can hear Daniel Bauer’s interview with Robert Palazzo. They discuss his role as a principal and building a new playground.

We hope you enjoy the podcast. All the highlights, resources, and next steps can be found below. Listen to the full episode here and learn more at betterleadersbetterschools.com

 

Getting to know Robert Palazzo

Robert grew up in Long Island, New York. He started his career as a school psychologist and became involved in developing a school-wide positive behavior program. Robert then decided to pursue his Master’s in Educational Administration and served as a k-3 principal. He then concentrated on trauma-informed practice and restorative discipline. In 2013, he opened a new playground at the school that did not have one for 10 years.

Outside of school, Robert enjoys time with his wife and 2-year-old and as a wedding DJ on the weekend.

 

Perfect Day of Work

Robert talks about how being with the kids is meaningful and checking in with all the departments are the highlights of his day. He likes meeting with the students at any time during the day and really building a relationship with them. Robert talks about meeting the students where they are at and making sure to be there at all times, such as lunch and recess.

“Early on as a school psychologist, I knew I wanted to be around them and know who they are. This is what’s helped me in my career and relationship building with the students.” - Robert Palazzo

 

Playground Story

Robert tells us that people before him wanted a playground, but it is a tough task to get done. He explains how the teachers did a great job of trying to fill time for the students and donating items so that the students could be happy. Robert was fortunate enough to hear that a grandparent was delighted to help to get the project done. He says that he got a lot of his drive from this and knew that it could be done.

“We raised 32,000 dollars from beginning of the 2017 school year to August 2018 which helped us pick who we really wanted to work with.” - Robert Palazzo

 

Robert talks about how they were able to do this from projects that the students could work on like a coin drive. He talks about how the community really got behind this project and worked hard to gain money. Having this support helped get the project done and was refreshing to see the community support it.

 

Trauma-Informed Instruction

Robert tells us that meeting students where they are is essential and can only help the child be successful. He encourages his staff to listen to the students and really hear why something is going on.

“Actually listening to your students can help them grow and shows that you really do care for them.” - Robert Palazzo

Robert says that sometimes the staff has to call him in to talk with students and he is okay with this. He just asks that his staff reinforces their rules at school.

 

Why did you come to the mastermind?

Robert says he comes from a small district and how leaders can be in isolation. He sometimes says that you need a soundboard to hear some discussions that helped him sustain himself in the work he does.

Robert also says that he has really enjoyed this service and how it’s kept him positive and excellent connections. He describes this as having a group of people that are there to champion you and support you on the not so good days.

 

Message to Schools

“Listen to a child when they have something to say, those 5 minutes may change that whole child’s life.” - Robert Palazzo

Robert says that children have a lot to say, but they can always have something to share that has meaning to them.

 

How would you build your dream school?

I would continue to fill the school with people that love kids and care for them. Robert would then want to slow down the school process and allow teachers to dive deep into topics.

3 priorities

  1.  Enthusiastic educators
  2.  Deeper knowledge on topics
  3.  Have fun
  Robert Palazzo Resources:

Power Of Moments by Chip Heath

Kids Deserve It by Todd Nesloney & Adam Welcome

 

Good News Call of the Day:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7izWQPRbLNuZndIejQ2MThNblBkWjVFV0pvNDFRQnh3bWpr/view?usp=sharing

 

Cool Cat of the Day:  

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7izWQPRbLNuNUlBZmxlOEtVRU9WdVNKMTNHT1hVMHRYN1dJ/view?usp=sharing

 

Robert Palazzo Contact Info:

Twitter: @Palazzopves

 

Download resource: https://www.betterleadersbetterschools.com/

  Read the Better Leaders Better Schools Roadmap Show Some Love

 

LEVEL UP 🚀

Website :: Twitter :: LinkedIn

 

SHOW SPONSORS:

ORGANIZED BINDER

  • Organized Binder is an evidence-based RTI2 Tier 1 universal level solution
  • Focuses on improving executive functioning and noncognitive skills
  • Is in direct alignment with the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework
  • Is an integral component for ensuring Least Restrictive Environments (LRE)

You can learn more and improve your student’s success at https://organizedbinder.com/

Copyright © 2019 Better Leaders Better Schools



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Featured Content

Kasey Bell is part sparkling smile, part witty personality and a whole heap of passion as big as a Texas! She is a disruptor of the boring.  An engaging, innovative, from the heart sharer who inspires educators while transforming their teaching with original, timely and use-tomorrow ideas for student choice, differentiation, and technology integration.

She’s the co-host of the Google Teacher Tribe podcast and recently launched her solo ShakeUp Learning Show and she joins us now…

Topics

  • Why start your own podcast?
  • How have podcasts and podcasting added value for you?
  • Value of PodcastPD?
  • How to get credit for podcast listening?

Resources

What We’re Listening To

AJ: Lead to Win with Michael Hyatt – Destroy Distractions with These 9 Focus-Boosting Strategies. We’ve learned that we can’t do our best work sandwiched between meetings and phone calls. We need focused time for strategizing, writing, and working out difficult problems.

Chris: AOM #506: How to Improve Your Speaking Voice – When it comes to your personal presentation, there’s one aspect that often gets overlooked: your voice. 

Your voice is a big part of what makes you, you, and what makes you likable and influential. Yet you probably don’t think too much about it. Not to mention, my guest today argues, you’re likely not even using your true voice thanks to bad habits you’ve picked up throughout your life. Guest is Roger Love, he’s a voice coach who’s worked with some of the world’s most famous singers and speakers, and the author of Set Your Voice Free.

Kasey: Y’all Need This Podcast – https://yallneedthispodcast.com/ – The Biz Chicks Podcast – https://bizchix.com – The 10 Minute Teacher Podcast – https://www.coolcatteacher.com/podcast/

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

We welcome feedback on our conversations you can comment below or you can contact us here.

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Featured Content

Kasey Bell is part sparkling smile, part witty personality and a whole heap of passion as big as a Texas! She is a disruptor of the boring.  An engaging, innovative, from the heart sharer who inspires educators while transforming their teaching with original, timely and use-tomorrow ideas for student choice, differentiation, and technology integration.

She’s the co-host of the Google Teacher Tribe podcast and recently launched her solo ShakeUp Learning Show and she joins us now…

Topics

  • Why start your own podcast?
  • How have podcasts and podcasting added value for you?
  • Value of PodcastPD?
  • How to get credit for podcast listening?

Resources

What We’re Listening To

AJ: Lead to Win with Michael Hyatt – Destroy Distractions with These 9 Focus-Boosting Strategies. We’ve learned that we can’t do our best work sandwiched between meetings and phone calls. We need focused time for strategizing, writing, and working out difficult problems.

Chris: AOM #506: How to Improve Your Speaking Voice – When it comes to your personal presentation, there’s one aspect that often gets overlooked: your voice. 

Your voice is a big part of what makes you, you, and what makes you likable and influential. Yet you probably don’t think too much about it. Not to mention, my guest today argues, you’re likely not even using your true voice thanks to bad habits you’ve picked up throughout your life. Guest is Roger Love, he’s a voice coach who’s worked with some of the world’s most famous singers and speakers, and the author of Set Your Voice Free.

Kasey: Y’all Need This Podcast – https://yallneedthispodcast.com/ – The Biz Chicks Podcast – https://bizchix.com – The 10 Minute Teacher Podcast – https://www.coolcatteacher.com/podcast/

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

We welcome feedback on our conversations you can comment below or you can contact us here.

ASK QUESTIONS, SHARE FEEDBACK, AND CONNECT

PODCASTPD HOSTS

Stacey Lindes
AJ Bianco
Christopher J. Nesi

DISCLOSURE

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Learn 10 essential tips to help you nail YOUR job interview. Learn what it takes to conquer each interview phase in the teaching world. Check out http://bit.ly/2LYo1c4 for two additional bonus tips! Share your strategies and tips on social with #EduMagic.

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Job Interview - Nailed It! 05

Learn 10 essential tips to help you nail YOUR job interview. Learn what it takes to conquer each interview phase in the teaching world. Check out http://bit.ly/2LYo1c4 for two additional bonus tips! Share your strategies and tips on social with #EduMagic.

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Learn 10 essential tips to help you nail YOUR job interview. Learn what it takes to conquer each interview phase in the teaching world. Check out http://bit.ly/2LYo1c4 for two additional bonus tips! Share your strategies and tips on social with #EduMagic.

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10 tips to nail YOUR interview 05

Learn 10 essential tips to help you nail YOUR job interview. Learn what it takes to conquer each interview phase in the teaching world. Check out http://bit.ly/2LYo1c4 for two additional bonus tips! Share your strategies and tips on social with #EduMagic.

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We need diverse books in our ELA classrooms. In this podcast episode and blog post, discover title ideas for diversifying your booklists in American Lit, British Lit, World Lit, and Independent Reading. It matters so much for our students to see their own stories reflected on the page! Please visit the show notes at www.nowsparkcreativity.com to find out how to participate in a new project connecting readers in classrooms around the world called The Modern Voices Project. 



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066: Diversifying our Booklists: More Voices, More Stories, More Understanding

We need diverse books in our ELA classrooms. In this podcast episode and blog post, discover title ideas for diversifying your booklists in American Lit, British Lit, World Lit, and Independent Reading. It matters so much for our students to see their own stories reflected on the page! Please visit the show notes at www.nowsparkcreativity.com to find out how to participate in a new project connecting readers in classrooms around the world called The Modern Voices Project. 



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The EduMagic Podcast is the newest podcast to join the Education Podcast Network as of May 2019.

We're excited to offer a podcast that covers such an important area of education.

About The EduMagic Podcast

A podcast for preservice teachers. Join host, Dr. Sam Fecich as she interviews preservice teachers who are using EduMagic to rock their college careers. Other guests include current teachers and administrators who share tips and stories to help preservice teachers become educators of excellence.

Dr. Sam Fecich is a professor of education, author, and a huge fan of pumpkin spice lattes (PSL)! She is the type of person who is counting down the days in August until PSLs are back on the menu.

Connect with Sam on Twitter:

If you are a loyal listener of the show we invite you to check out all of our Education Podcast Network podcasts.

EduMagic Podcast Joins EPN

The EduMagic Podcast is the newest podcast to join the Education Podcast Network as of May 2019.

We're excited to offer a podcast that covers such an important area of education.

About The EduMagic Podcast

A podcast for preservice teachers. Join host, Dr. Sam Fecich as she interviews preservice teachers who are using EduMagic to rock their college careers. Other guests include current teachers and administrators who share tips and stories to help preservice teachers become educators of excellence.

Dr. Sam Fecich is a professor of education, author, and a huge fan of pumpkin spice lattes (PSL)! She is the type of person who is counting down the days in August until PSLs are back on the menu.

Connect with Sam on Twitter:

If you are a loyal listener of the show we invite you to check out all of our Education Podcast Network podcasts.

In this episode we talk about a rapid writing tool, ideas for student privacy, using lists in Twitter, new Google Meet news, writing poetry with robots, Google Tasks, and two Google Chrome extensions one for Google calendar and one for GMail

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S2 EP13 - Bon Appetit!

In this episode we talk about a rapid writing tool, ideas for student privacy, using lists in Twitter, new Google Meet news, writing poetry with robots, Google Tasks, and two Google Chrome extensions one for Google calendar and one for GMail

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shukesandgiff/message

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