2/20/17

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Anders Gustafson is a fishing guide, wilderness protector, and entrepreneur. Wait for it…in Alaska! He is a father and husband. He has made an incredible life for himself by not following the program. Listen and you will hear him explain what not following the program means.

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Recently, I had an amazing experience. It was life-changing. It was a vacation that made me take a deep breath and go …WOW! We took a family trip to fish in Alaska. Five of the days were spent on the Mulchatna River with a fishing camp where we were focused on catching King Salmon. Anders is a guide with this camp. He is not just any guide…he is amazing! He is a great teacher. He is patient. He gets to know who is fishing in his boat. He has a wonderful sense of humor. He listens and helps you solve your problems. Most importantly, he helps you catch fish, especially the mighty King Salmon! 

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The only way to get to where we were is to fly by float plane to the river (yes, you actually land on the river. Loved it!) There were no people other than those running the camp, the guides, and the anglers. The only electricity was from generators and it was used for the eating tents, cook tent, and the freezers, otherwise you had no power. There also was no wi-fi or cellular connectivity! It was beautiful! No one could get in touch with us. We were in the middle of the wilderness surrounded by wild blueberry plants and so many signs of bear activity. There were bald eagles and signs of caribou and moose. There were beaver. I had always heard of tundra now I was on it. The daylight stayed with us until almost two am (Check out my picture below.). We used outhouses and even though there was a shower tent, I opted to just do quick hair and face washes and brushed my teeth. Hey, it was only 5 days. 

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Anders is an amazing outdoorsman who has had the opportunity to protect the very wilderness that he hunts and fishes. Recently, there was a mining operation that wanted to remove copper from the area. After a three year long war (which included testifying in Washington, DC.), Anders was successful in keeping the mining operation out. He helped to save the wild. Unfortunately, it looks like that battle is about to begin again. You will hear Anders talk about his battles, wins, and losses.  

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I think that you will enjoy listening to Anders and if you close your eyes he paints a picture of the wilderness with every word. Thanks for listening. Enjoy!

Connect with Anders through his Facebook page:

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Length: 1:09:27



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132: Fishing and Protecting Alaska with Anders Gustafson

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Anders Gustafson is a fishing guide, wilderness protector, and entrepreneur. Wait for it…in Alaska! He is a father and husband. He has made an incredible life for himself by not following the program. Listen and you will hear him explain what not following the program means.

 anders_helping_250.jpg

Recently, I had an amazing experience. It was life-changing. It was a vacation that made me take a deep breath and go …WOW! We took a family trip to fish in Alaska. Five of the days were spent on the Mulchatna River with a fishing camp where we were focused on catching King Salmon. Anders is a guide with this camp. He is not just any guide…he is amazing! He is a great teacher. He is patient. He gets to know who is fishing in his boat. He has a wonderful sense of humor. He listens and helps you solve your problems. Most importantly, he helps you catch fish, especially the mighty King Salmon! 

Anders_Steve_King_Salmon_300.jpg

The only way to get to where we were is to fly by float plane to the river (yes, you actually land on the river. Loved it!) There were no people other than those running the camp, the guides, and the anglers. The only electricity was from generators and it was used for the eating tents, cook tent, and the freezers, otherwise you had no power. There also was no wi-fi or cellular connectivity! It was beautiful! No one could get in touch with us. We were in the middle of the wilderness surrounded by wild blueberry plants and so many signs of bear activity. There were bald eagles and signs of caribou and moose. There were beaver. I had always heard of tundra now I was on it. The daylight stayed with us until almost two am (Check out my picture below.). We used outhouses and even though there was a shower tent, I opted to just do quick hair and face washes and brushed my teeth. Hey, it was only 5 days. 

anders_boat_250.jpg

Anders is an amazing outdoorsman who has had the opportunity to protect the very wilderness that he hunts and fishes. Recently, there was a mining operation that wanted to remove copper from the area. After a three year long war (which included testifying in Washington, DC.), Anders was successful in keeping the mining operation out. He helped to save the wild. Unfortunately, it looks like that battle is about to begin again. You will hear Anders talk about his battles, wins, and losses.  

alaska_early_morning_325.jpg

I think that you will enjoy listening to Anders and if you close your eyes he paints a picture of the wilderness with every word. Thanks for listening. Enjoy!

Connect with Anders through his Facebook page:

http://ift.tt/2m2Cg1E

 

Length: 1:09:27



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    • With Word Lens now available in Japanese, you’ll never have to worry about taking a wrong turn on a busy Shibuya street or ordering something you wouldn't normally eat.
    • The Google Translate app already lets you snap a photo of Japanese text and get a translation for it in English. But it’s a whole lot more convenient if you can just point your camera and instantly translate text on the go. With Word Lens, you just need to fire up the Translate app, point your camera at the Japanese text, and the English translations will appear overlaid on your screen—even if you don't have an Internet or data connection. It’s every savvy traveler’s dream!

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  • WORD LENS IN JAPANESE: If you don’t speak Japanese, Tokyo can be a confusing and sometimes daunting place to visit. Even if you make it through the complex subway system, you’ll be faced with street signs, menus or products on supermarket shelves that are only in Japanese.
    • With Word Lens now available in Japanese, you’ll never have to worry about taking a wrong turn on a busy Shibuya street or ordering something you wouldn't normally eat.
    • The Google Translate app already lets you snap a photo of Japanese text and get a translation for it in English. But it’s a whole lot more convenient if you can just point your camera and instantly translate text on the go. With Word Lens, you just need to fire up the Translate app, point your camera at the Japanese text, and the English translations will appear overlaid on your screen—even if you don't have an Internet or data connection. It’s every savvy traveler’s dream!

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Differentiation in Google Classroom
  • What is Differentiation?
  • Why Digital Differentiation?
  • New Feature in G Class
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  • Tips for Differentiated Assignments
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Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag

"I love how student-friendly the new Google Sites is to use. I had my students create WWI journals based on their research of a specific country in the war. They had an authentic site created within 1 week and were super excited to "publish" them today. I love how it gives you the option to publish within just our domain. I told them after I have a chance to go through them we will publish them to the world. What a confidence builder that was!" ~ Kathleen Beck, Greenville County Schools (Greenville SC)

  • Margie Tyner (Enterprise, Alabama) looking forward to using the database for inspiring lesson ideas
  • SpeakPipe from Mason, http://ift.tt/2kDD8cV
  • SpeakPipe from Steve from Okinawa, Japan

Just dropping a quick note to say how awesome the podcast is. The organization of the show has great flow and the information is varied and informative for a Google teacher of any level. I can't help but smile as I listen to you two banter and would probably do so even if I didn't know you both. Keep up the great work. I look forward to hearing what you have in store for us in the months and years to come. #GTAATX forever! ~ Wanda Terral (Memphis, TN)

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2/19/17

Every couple of episodes on this season on the Truth for Teachers podcast, I’m going to be featuring coaching calls. I’m answering teachers’ specific questions about productivity, balance, and managing it all. Think of it as instructional coaching and life coaching rolled into one–and you get to listen in!

In this episode, I’m talking with Kendall, a grade 4 teacher in Alberta, Canada. Kendall has made a tremendous amount of changes to her workflow and is doing really well with time management overall, but there are a few areas where she’s having trouble sticking to her habits and best practices. Listen in as we work through these common issues that you might be grappling with, too.

 



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Every couple of episodes on this season on the Truth for Teachers podcast, I’m going to be featuring coaching calls. I’m answering teachers’ specific questions about productivity, balance, and managing it all. Think of it as instructional coaching and life coaching rolled into one–and you get to listen in!

In this episode, I’m talking with Kendall, a grade 4 teacher in Alberta, Canada. Kendall has made a tremendous amount of changes to her workflow and is doing really well with time management overall, but there are a few areas where she’s having trouble sticking to her habits and best practices. Listen in as we work through these common issues that you might be grappling with, too.

 



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Jessica Lahey (Twitter) is the author of “The Gift of Failure” and writes for The Atlantic and the New York Times, and other publications. Here are a bunch of other great books she recommends.

  • Addressing effort

  • Oversimplification of Carol Dweck’s work.

  • Failure isn’t important, but what the person learns is important.

  • Teach kids to be more patient with their own frustration.

  • Make it Stick book

  • Give honest feedback

  • Feedback needs to be relevant

  • Transparency and honesty with kids

  • Goals are important

  • Adapt by Tim Harford

  • How to be a transformative Principal? Show respect for the growth your teachers are trying to make.

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!

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Jessica Lahey (Twitter) is the author of “The Gift of Failure” and writes for The Atlantic and the New York Times, and other publications. Here are a bunch of other great books she recommends.

  • Addressing effort

  • Oversimplification of Carol Dweck’s work.

  • Failure isn’t important, but what the person learns is important.

  • Teach kids to be more patient with their own frustration.

  • Make it Stick book

  • Give honest feedback

  • Feedback needs to be relevant

  • Transparency and honesty with kids

  • Goals are important

  • Adapt by Tim Harford

  • How to be a transformative Principal? Show respect for the growth your teachers are trying to make.

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!

Join my group coaching program

Subscribe in iTunes

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.  

Sanebox

Web Site

Transformative Principal on Stitcher

Refer A Principal

Best Tools for Busy Administrators Survey



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One episode with double the knowledge! In this episode about helping students with dyslexia first Dr. Scott Crane talks about what it's like to live with dyslexia.

Dr. Crane has worked in education for the last 38 years as a teacher, coach, school level administrator, district level secondary education specialist, business manager, assistant superintendent and superintendent.  He has served in three school districts. He began his career teaching and coaching in his home town of Burley, Idaho and then spent 26 year as an administrator in Blackfoot, Idaho. In Blackfoot he began his administrative career as a middle school assistant principal and ended as the district superintendent.

In 2012 Dr Crane retired from Idaho and began his second career as the Superintendent of Grand County School District in Moab, Utah. He received his Bachelors of Arts Degree from Brigham Young University and his Masters of Education, Educational Specialist and Doctorate from Idaho State University. As a child he was diagnosed with dyslexia and received special instruction to help him learn to read.

After the conversation with Dr. Crane, Emily Gibbons will discuss how teachers can strategically teach dyslexic students. Emily is the creator of The Literacy Nest. She has worked with children between the ages of 1 to 12 since 1996 in a variety of settings. Her Masters Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Literacy sparked her passion to create and design classroom materials. She has a thirst for knowledge and a deep desire to help struggling readers with dyslexia. She has an Orton-Gillingham certification through IMSLEC and creates resources that she sells through her Teachers Pay Teachers store to help parents and teachers ensure that every child becomes a reader.

To learn more about helping students with dyslexia, Emily suggests reading Overcoming Dyslexia by Sally Shaywitz. You can find it here. Buying the book through this affiliate link helps to support the podcast.

  

We also had the chance to talk to Maria Mottaghian and Aimee Brown from the Oregon Child Development Coalition about helping migrant students. You won't want to miss hearing their experiences and advice. You can find it on our main blog.

If you enjoy the podcast and can review us on iTunes that would be amazing of you! We really appreciate your reviews as they help us continue to make the podcast and help other teachers to find us. 

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One episode with double the knowledge! In this episode about helping students with dyslexia first Dr. Scott Crane talks about what it's like to live with dyslexia.

Dr. Crane has worked in education for the last 38 years as a teacher, coach, school level administrator, district level secondary education specialist, business manager, assistant superintendent and superintendent.  He has served in three school districts. He began his career teaching and coaching in his home town of Burley, Idaho and then spent 26 year as an administrator in Blackfoot, Idaho. In Blackfoot he began his administrative career as a middle school assistant principal and ended as the district superintendent.

In 2012 Dr Crane retired from Idaho and began his second career as the Superintendent of Grand County School District in Moab, Utah. He received his Bachelors of Arts Degree from Brigham Young University and his Masters of Education, Educational Specialist and Doctorate from Idaho State University. As a child he was diagnosed with dyslexia and received special instruction to help him learn to read.

After the conversation with Dr. Crane, Emily Gibbons will discuss how teachers can strategically teach dyslexic students. Emily is the creator of The Literacy Nest. She has worked with children between the ages of 1 to 12 since 1996 in a variety of settings. Her Masters Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Literacy sparked her passion to create and design classroom materials. She has a thirst for knowledge and a deep desire to help struggling readers with dyslexia. She has an Orton-Gillingham certification through IMSLEC and creates resources that she sells through her Teachers Pay Teachers store to help parents and teachers ensure that every child becomes a reader.

To learn more about helping students with dyslexia, Emily suggests reading Overcoming Dyslexia by Sally Shaywitz. You can find it here. Buying the book through this affiliate link helps to support the podcast.

  

We also had the chance to talk to Maria Mottaghian and Aimee Brown from the Oregon Child Development Coalition about helping migrant students. You won't want to miss hearing their experiences and advice. You can find it on our main blog.

If you enjoy the podcast and can review us on iTunes that would be amazing of you! We really appreciate your reviews as they help us continue to make the podcast and help other teachers to find us. 

Kindergarten Kiosk is a proud member of the Education Podcast Network, a network of podcasts for educators by educators. Check out the other great podcasts!



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2/17/17

Thanks for reading CPTP075: The 5 Myths of Improvisation with Bradley Sowash from Creative Music Education.

Bradley is a fantastic improviser and has inspired many piano teachers to bring creativity into their piano teaching studios. Through this experience, he has found these 5 myths of improvisation stop many classically trained pianists from getting started with jazz or improv. When we allow ourselves to believe these myths, we’re closing ourselves and our […]

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Bradley is a fantastic improviser and has inspired many piano teachers to bring creativity into their piano teaching studios. Through this experience, he has found these 5 myths of improvisation stop many classically trained pianists from getting started with jazz or improv. When we allow ourselves to believe these myths, we’re closing ourselves and our […]

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2/15/17

We hope you enjoy episode #2 of PodcastPD! We discuss Lego Batman, EdCamp-style PD and share the latest in our own learning.

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In this episode, Stacey, AJ and I discussed the idea of bringing edcamp-style or unconference learning to your school or district. We discuss our experiences and the topic for the episode grew out of Stacey’s upcoming district PD day where she’s planning this type of PD for her colleagues.

What is Unconference or EdCamp-style PD?

Both styles of professional development revolve around the common theme of choice and teacher-led and self-directed learning.

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We hope you enjoy episode #2 of PodcastPD! We discuss Lego Batman, EdCamp-style PD and share the latest in our own learning.

Featured Content

In this episode, Stacey, AJ and I discussed the idea of bringing edcamp-style or unconference learning to your school or district. We discuss our experiences and the topic for the episode grew out of Stacey’s upcoming district PD day where she’s planning this type of PD for her colleagues.

What is Unconference or EdCamp-style PD?

Both styles of professional development revolve around the common theme of choice and teacher-led and self-directed learning.

The Value of Changing Your PD Offering
Mentions, Links, and Resources

ASK QUESTIONS, SHARE FEEDBACK, AND CONNECT WITH US

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Steven Weber is the Associate Superintendent for Teaching & Learning with Fayetteville Public Schools (Arkansas). He was selected as a PDK Emerging Leader and his blogs have been recognized as Top 10 Blogs on ASCD EDge. He was elected as the Vice President of North Carolina PDK and as a board member with North Carolina ASCD. He was a finalist for The BAMMY Award as a curriculum director. Weber has served as a classroom teacher, principal, and curriculum director. He also worked as a curriculum coordinator with the Arkansas Department of Education and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. He is passionate about supporting teachers, administrators, and curriculum leaders. He presents at state and national conferences and engages audiences in conversations that support curriculum design, school transformation, and college and career readiness. Connect with Weber on Twitter at @curriculumblog or ASCD EDge.
 
Steven Weber Show Highlights:
  • Leadership develops over time
  • Leadership is about investment
  • Outward vs Inward focused leadership
  • Favorite leadership investment memories
  • Listen more than you talk
  • How learning spaces impact teaching and learning
  • You can impact learning space without a big budget
  • What is the learning target for this classroom … Does this classroom allow students to reach that target?
  • Novice principals do you know your teacher voice, student voice, and parent voice?
  • We need financial literacy to be college and career readiness
  • Provide reflection at the end of meetings and different ways to do that
  • Why principals and teachers should join Voxer right now
 
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Steven on Twitter

 
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080: Adding value leadership with Steven Weber

Steven Weber is the Associate Superintendent for Teaching & Learning with Fayetteville Public Schools (Arkansas). He was selected as a PDK Emerging Leader and his blogs have been recognized as Top 10 Blogs on ASCD EDge. He was elected as the Vice President of North Carolina PDK and as a board member with North Carolina ASCD. He was a finalist for The BAMMY Award as a curriculum director. Weber has served as a classroom teacher, principal, and curriculum director. He also worked as a curriculum coordinator with the Arkansas Department of Education and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. He is passionate about supporting teachers, administrators, and curriculum leaders. He presents at state and national conferences and engages audiences in conversations that support curriculum design, school transformation, and college and career readiness. Connect with Weber on Twitter at @curriculumblog or ASCD EDge.
 
Steven Weber Show Highlights:
  • Leadership develops over time
  • Leadership is about investment
  • Outward vs Inward focused leadership
  • Favorite leadership investment memories
  • Listen more than you talk
  • How learning spaces impact teaching and learning
  • You can impact learning space without a big budget
  • What is the learning target for this classroom … Does this classroom allow students to reach that target?
  • Novice principals do you know your teacher voice, student voice, and parent voice?
  • We need financial literacy to be college and career readiness
  • Provide reflection at the end of meetings and different ways to do that
  • Why principals and teachers should join Voxer right now
 
Resources
 

Steven on Twitter

 
Join my hybrid group coaching
& leadership development community
Text BETTERMASTERMIND to 33444
Create winning cultures
Focus on the essential
Lead with courage & integrity 
 
Text PHRASES to 33444 or click the link above.
 
 
SHOW SPONSORS:
 
  • Hassle-free, year-round fundraising for your school. With School Spirit Vending, we do all the work, you just cash the check
  • Increase school spirit with custom stickers for your school and raise funds at the same time -no upfront costs, no volunteers, no selling
  • Sick of the same old ways of raising money for your school? Let School Spirit Vending's hassle-free, year-round fundraising program supplement the other fundraisers you're already doing.


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