12/12/18

After sharing some Christmas tree fails, we had a fantastic, wide-ranging interview discussion with Google Education Evangelist Jaime Casap. From his work now with Google to two new projects that are coming soon, Jaime shares some fantastic insight on how much education really has changed and what are the real differences between now and the 1800s. 

Sharing is Caring:

99% Invisible: https://twitter.com/99piorg

Slides Carnival: https://www.slidescarnival.com/

"The New Education": https://www.amazon.com/New-Education-Revolutionize-University-Students/dp/0465079725 



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Episode 94 - Jaime Casap

After sharing some Christmas tree fails, we had a fantastic, wide-ranging interview discussion with Google Education Evangelist Jaime Casap. From his work now with Google to two new projects that are coming soon, Jaime shares some fantastic insight on how much education really has changed and what are the real differences between now and the 1800s. 

Sharing is Caring:

99% Invisible: https://twitter.com/99piorg

Slides Carnival: https://www.slidescarnival.com/

"The New Education": https://www.amazon.com/New-Education-Revolutionize-University-Students/dp/0465079725 



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Julia Freeland Fisher is director of education research at the Clayton Christensen Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank. She leads a team devoted to informing policymakers and community leaders on the power of disruptive innovation to transform schools.

In her new book, Who You Know: Unlocking Innovations That Expand Students’ Networks, authors Julia Freeland Fisher explores a fresh perspective, giving educators and school administrators a model for breaking the pattern of inequality in the classroom. While discussions about inequality in education often focus on achievement gaps, opportunity is about more than just test scores. Opportunity sits at the cross-section of what students know and whom they know.

 

Julia Freeland Fisher Show Highlights:
  • Addressing the opportunity gap in education
  • Are we naive to the networking opportunities available to our students?
  • What is social capital and understanding the value of your networks
  • Strong ties vs weak ties
  • Avoiding an echo chamber
  • What schools can do when students lack sufficient care and support networks
  • Real-world opportunities and bolstering networks via emerging tech
  • Thinking critically about technology
  • Schools can do something about improving their students’ networks
  • Social capital within a network correlates to student achievement
  • Are students individuals or networks?

 

Julia Freeland Fisher Resources: Julia Freeland Fisher Contact Info Show Some Love

 

Join my hybrid group coaching

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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 © 2018 Better Leaders Better Schools



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Unlocking Innovation

Julia Freeland Fisher is director of education research at the Clayton Christensen Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank. She leads a team devoted to informing policymakers and community leaders on the power of disruptive innovation to transform schools.

In her new book, Who You Know: Unlocking Innovations That Expand Students’ Networks, authors Julia Freeland Fisher explores a fresh perspective, giving educators and school administrators a model for breaking the pattern of inequality in the classroom. While discussions about inequality in education often focus on achievement gaps, opportunity is about more than just test scores. Opportunity sits at the cross-section of what students know and whom they know.

 

Julia Freeland Fisher Show Highlights:
  • Addressing the opportunity gap in education
  • Are we naive to the networking opportunities available to our students?
  • What is social capital and understanding the value of your networks
  • Strong ties vs weak ties
  • Avoiding an echo chamber
  • What schools can do when students lack sufficient care and support networks
  • Real-world opportunities and bolstering networks via emerging tech
  • Thinking critically about technology
  • Schools can do something about improving their students’ networks
  • Social capital within a network correlates to student achievement
  • Are students individuals or networks?

 

Julia Freeland Fisher Resources: Julia Freeland Fisher Contact Info Show Some Love

 

Join my hybrid group coaching

& leadership development community

Text BETTERMASTERMIND to 33444

Grab your FREE 15 Phrases of Effective School Leaders

Text PHRASES to 33444 or click the link above.

Website :: Facebook :: Insta :: 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 © 2018 Better Leaders Better Schools



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12/11/18

As a survival expert and former US Navy Air Rescue Swimmer, Brian Dickinson, delivers one of the most powerful experiences you will ever hear. His story exemplifies what it takes to face adversity and overcome impossible obstacles, leaving audiences inspired to conquer their greatest fears. In 2011, Brian soloed the summit of Mount Everest, but then went completely snow blind on the descent. Hand over hand he made his way down blind and alone. What should have taken 3 hours to reach high camp, ended up taking him 7 hours. Brian took a major fall down the south summit and eventually ran out of supplemental oxygen, but through determined faith and focus he survived the impossible!

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Brian Dickinson: Summiting Mt. Everest, Blind

As a survival expert and former US Navy Air Rescue Swimmer, Brian Dickinson, delivers one of the most powerful experiences you will ever hear. His story exemplifies what it takes to face adversity and overcome impossible obstacles, leaving audiences inspired to conquer their greatest fears. In 2011, Brian soloed the summit of Mount Everest, but then went completely snow blind on the descent. Hand over hand he made his way down blind and alone. What should have taken 3 hours to reach high camp, ended up taking him 7 hours. Brian took a major fall down the south summit and eventually ran out of supplemental oxygen, but through determined faith and focus he survived the impossible!

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In this episode we talk about an emoji builder, a different resource from Eric Curts, some wellness tools, a way to integrate coding and storytelling, a digital notetaking tool and a cool Chrome extension.

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S2 EP8 - Maybe We Should Talk About EdTech?!

In this episode we talk about an emoji builder, a different resource from Eric Curts, some wellness tools, a way to integrate coding and storytelling, a digital notetaking tool and a cool Chrome extension.

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In today's Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I want to focus on a quote from one of my students that I feel can really impact how we teach. Her quote to me was this: "Imagine if every teacher would teach every day like they were being observed." Do your best to show your students how much they matter, how important they are, and how valuable their education is, by taking the time to giving all you can everyday and being the teacher they deserve.



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109: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers... Be Your Best Everyday

In today's Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I want to focus on a quote from one of my students that I feel can really impact how we teach. Her quote to me was this: "Imagine if every teacher would teach every day like they were being observed." Do your best to show your students how much they matter, how important they are, and how valuable their education is, by taking the time to giving all you can everyday and being the teacher they deserve.



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12/10/18

 

 

Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers and Students Thrive is a new report produced by 100Kin10. Today, I'm talking with Talia Milgrom-Elcott the co-founder and executive director of 100Kin10. 

Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers and Students Thrive focuses on what needs to happen in schools to make its teacher corps want to stay and inspire youth. In the introduction of the report, this is stated: “When teachers flourish as professionals in schools, they leave the classroom far less frequently and have significantly  higher satisfaction.” Talia talked with me about this statement as well as much more concerning the future of schools, its students, and its teachers.

Under her leadership, 100Kin10 which is focused on training and producing  100,000 STEM teachers in 10 years is becoming a reality as more than 250 leading organizations from across sectors have come together to make the goal possible by 2021.

Talia is a frequent public speaker and moderator, focusing on social innovation, science and technology, education, philanthropy, and the tenuous balancing act that is running a start-up, being a mother and trying to have a life.

Widely known for her thought leadership, she has been published or profiled in The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, the Smithsonian, CNN Money, and US News and World Report.

Talia lives in Brooklyn with her husband and three children.

Great information. Lots to learn and share.

Connect with Talia and Download the Report- Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers and Students Thrive.

https://100kin10.org/

Email: info@100kin10.org

Link to Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers & Students Thrive

https://twitter.com/100kin10

https://www.facebook.com/100Kin10

Length - 37:07



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Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers and Students Thrive is a new report produced by 100Kin10. Today, I'm talking with Talia Milgrom-Elcott the co-founder and executive director of 100Kin10. 

Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers and Students Thrive focuses on what needs to happen in schools to make its teacher corps want to stay and inspire youth. In the introduction of the report, this is stated: “When teachers flourish as professionals in schools, they leave the classroom far less frequently and have significantly  higher satisfaction.” Talia talked with me about this statement as well as much more concerning the future of schools, its students, and its teachers.

Under her leadership, 100Kin10 which is focused on training and producing  100,000 STEM teachers in 10 years is becoming a reality as more than 250 leading organizations from across sectors have come together to make the goal possible by 2021.

Talia is a frequent public speaker and moderator, focusing on social innovation, science and technology, education, philanthropy, and the tenuous balancing act that is running a start-up, being a mother and trying to have a life.

Widely known for her thought leadership, she has been published or profiled in The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, the Smithsonian, CNN Money, and US News and World Report.

Talia lives in Brooklyn with her husband and three children.

Great information. Lots to learn and share.

Connect with Talia and Download the Report- Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers and Students Thrive.

https://100kin10.org/

Email: info@100kin10.org

Link to Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers & Students Thrive

https://twitter.com/100kin10

https://www.facebook.com/100Kin10

Length - 37:07



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It’s not unusual for a teacher to suffer from a case of the “shoulds” – a ubiquitous and harmful affliction that affects ALL teachers (ok…everyone). When images of Pinterest-perfect classrooms and abundant sharing on social media are paired with less-than-ideal student work or a miserable teaching environment, teachers start thinking about the things they should be doing. Here’s my personal experience as well as how I plan to deal with it.

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 35 We need to let go of all of the 'shoulds'

It’s not unusual for a teacher to suffer from a case of the “shoulds” – a ubiquitous and harmful affliction that affects ALL teachers (ok…everyone). When images of Pinterest-perfect classrooms and abundant sharing on social media are paired with less-than-ideal student work or a miserable teaching environment, teachers start thinking about the things they should be doing. Here’s my personal experience as well as how I plan to deal with it.

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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Intro

Hi everyone! And welcome to Books Between - a podcast for teachers, parents, librarians, and anyone who wants to connect kids between 8-12 to books they will love for a lifetime.

I’m your host, Corrina Allen - a mom of two tweens, a 5th grade teacher, a Ravenclaw, and celebrating all things Harry Potter this month!

I believe in the power of stories to give us the language and situations to help us identify and make sense of what is wonderful in our world. And give us the words and the way to fight against the injustices we see.

And few books do that better than Harry Potter. Across generations parents and educators who grew up inspired by Rowling’s stories are sharing the books with the children in their lives.

In today’s episode you’ll hear some short clips from a variety of librarians, and parents, and educators, and authors about how much the series has meant to them.  And the special moments in their lives that were made a little more magical by Harry Potter.

And then I’ll share with you a lenghtier conversation from across the pond where I chat with two of the founders of #HappyPottermas - Annaliese Avery from Suffolk in the UK and Lorie Barber from Chicago in the U.S.

Defintely check out #HappyPottermas on Twitter and all the Monday night #MGBookChat topics throughout December will be all about Harry Potter! And I really would love to hear YOUR thoughts about Harry Potter as well So, if you are interested in being featured on this podcast later in December, just check out the link posted in the show notes, which includes very quick and easy instructions on to submit an audio clip to me. And I can’t wait to hear from you!

#HappyPottermas - Audio Submissions

Annaliese Avery & Lorie Barber - Interview Outline

Our special guests this week are Annaliese Avery and Lorie Barber - two of the founders of #HappyPottermas!  We talk about Harry Potter inspired advocacy, the challenges of friendship trios, and the our thoughts about the new Fantastic Beast movies.

Take a listen…

Topics we chatted about

  • Introductions
  • How Harry Potter first came into our lives
  • The origins of #HappyPottermas
  • Harry Potter ushering in a golden age of children’s books
  • Harry Potter fueled activism
  • Flawed characters & friendship trios
  • Teaching Harry Potter
  • Complicated characters in Harry Potter
  • The Crimes of Grindlewold / The Fantastic Beast movies
  • The Harry Potter books vs. the movies
  • The Cursed Child
  • Sorting in Schools
  • Harry Potter in the UK vs. Harry Potter in the U.S
  • Looking at Harry Potter through a critical lens

Links:

Annaliese Avery on Twitter - @AnnalieseAvery

Lorie Barber on Twitter - @BarberChicago

Jess Lifshitz on Twitter - @Jess5th

The Harry Potter Alliance

A Monster Calls

The Harry Potter books

The Cursed Child

Pottermore website

Closing

Okay, that wraps up our show this week!  Remember to check out #HappyPottermas throughout December for some magical fun and remember to send in your own audio submission for a future episode.

If you have a question about how to connect kids between 8-12 to books they’ll love or a suggestion about a topic we should cover, I would love to hear from you. You can email me at booksbetween@gmail.com or message me on Twitter/Instagram at the handle @Books_Between.

Books Between is a proud member of the Lady Pod Squad and the Education Podcast Network. This network features podcasts for educators, created by educators. For more great content visit edupodcastnetwork.com

Thank you so much for joining me this week. You can get an outline of interviews and a full transcript of all the other parts of our show at MGBookVillage.org. And, if you are liking the show, please leave us some love on iTunes or Stitcher so others can discover us as well.

Thanks and see you soon!  Bye!



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#63 - HappyPottermas Part 1: A Conversation Across the Pond

Intro

Hi everyone! And welcome to Books Between - a podcast for teachers, parents, librarians, and anyone who wants to connect kids between 8-12 to books they will love for a lifetime.

I’m your host, Corrina Allen - a mom of two tweens, a 5th grade teacher, a Ravenclaw, and celebrating all things Harry Potter this month!

I believe in the power of stories to give us the language and situations to help us identify and make sense of what is wonderful in our world. And give us the words and the way to fight against the injustices we see.

And few books do that better than Harry Potter. Across generations parents and educators who grew up inspired by Rowling’s stories are sharing the books with the children in their lives.

In today’s episode you’ll hear some short clips from a variety of librarians, and parents, and educators, and authors about how much the series has meant to them.  And the special moments in their lives that were made a little more magical by Harry Potter.

And then I’ll share with you a lenghtier conversation from across the pond where I chat with two of the founders of #HappyPottermas - Annaliese Avery from Suffolk in the UK and Lorie Barber from Chicago in the U.S.

Defintely check out #HappyPottermas on Twitter and all the Monday night #MGBookChat topics throughout December will be all about Harry Potter! And I really would love to hear YOUR thoughts about Harry Potter as well So, if you are interested in being featured on this podcast later in December, just check out the link posted in the show notes, which includes very quick and easy instructions on to submit an audio clip to me. And I can’t wait to hear from you!

#HappyPottermas - Audio Submissions

Annaliese Avery & Lorie Barber - Interview Outline

Our special guests this week are Annaliese Avery and Lorie Barber - two of the founders of #HappyPottermas!  We talk about Harry Potter inspired advocacy, the challenges of friendship trios, and the our thoughts about the new Fantastic Beast movies.

Take a listen…

Topics we chatted about

  • Introductions
  • How Harry Potter first came into our lives
  • The origins of #HappyPottermas
  • Harry Potter ushering in a golden age of children’s books
  • Harry Potter fueled activism
  • Flawed characters & friendship trios
  • Teaching Harry Potter
  • Complicated characters in Harry Potter
  • The Crimes of Grindlewold / The Fantastic Beast movies
  • The Harry Potter books vs. the movies
  • The Cursed Child
  • Sorting in Schools
  • Harry Potter in the UK vs. Harry Potter in the U.S
  • Looking at Harry Potter through a critical lens

Links:

Annaliese Avery on Twitter - @AnnalieseAvery

Lorie Barber on Twitter - @BarberChicago

Jess Lifshitz on Twitter - @Jess5th

The Harry Potter Alliance

A Monster Calls

The Harry Potter books

The Cursed Child

Pottermore website

Closing

Okay, that wraps up our show this week!  Remember to check out #HappyPottermas throughout December for some magical fun and remember to send in your own audio submission for a future episode.

If you have a question about how to connect kids between 8-12 to books they’ll love or a suggestion about a topic we should cover, I would love to hear from you. You can email me at booksbetween@gmail.com or message me on Twitter/Instagram at the handle @Books_Between.

Books Between is a proud member of the Lady Pod Squad and the Education Podcast Network. This network features podcasts for educators, created by educators. For more great content visit edupodcastnetwork.com

Thank you so much for joining me this week. You can get an outline of interviews and a full transcript of all the other parts of our show at MGBookVillage.org. And, if you are liking the show, please leave us some love on iTunes or Stitcher so others can discover us as well.

Thanks and see you soon!  Bye!



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Google News and Updates Featured Content

'Tis the season for using Google and other tools in your classroom! Please leave a comment below with your own favorites!

Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag

@MikeSzczepanik on Twitter writes, "I was recently inspired by Matt's Sticky Notes post (mentioned in this podcast) and used it for another idea: Student card sorting. I have attached a little "Engage" activity I am doing with my Biology classes Cell Unit. The students sort some cards into two piles representing "Has cells" or "Does not have cells"

I have attached both the student assignment and the directions that go with it. Thanks for the inspiration!"

Sharon Taylor, New Zealand -- Google Slide decks a lot following our discussions. Two problems: FIRST, track who has done what (deleted each other’s work), Slides doesn’t seem to be color coded as well as Google Docs. Need something more accurate. SECOND, when everyone is on the slide deck, there are lots of glitches. Could be our wifi.

On The Blogs

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Holiday Fun in the Classroom - GTT067

Google News and Updates Featured Content

'Tis the season for using Google and other tools in your classroom! Please leave a comment below with your own favorites!

Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag

@MikeSzczepanik on Twitter writes, "I was recently inspired by Matt's Sticky Notes post (mentioned in this podcast) and used it for another idea: Student card sorting. I have attached a little "Engage" activity I am doing with my Biology classes Cell Unit. The students sort some cards into two piles representing "Has cells" or "Does not have cells"

I have attached both the student assignment and the directions that go with it. Thanks for the inspiration!"

Sharon Taylor, New Zealand -- Google Slide decks a lot following our discussions. Two problems: FIRST, track who has done what (deleted each other’s work), Slides doesn’t seem to be color coded as well as Google Docs. Need something more accurate. SECOND, when everyone is on the slide deck, there are lots of glitches. Could be our wifi.

On The Blogs

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12/9/18

In this episode, Dr. Todd Whitaker, one of the nation’s leading authorities on staff motivation, teacher leadership, and principal effectiveness, shares proven strategies that can be utilized to lead positive change within our schools. Among the topics discussed are how to influence others, the difference between climate and culture, and why modeling expectations is always better than correcting behaviors. Dr. Whitaker also looks ahead to his next book project in 2019 and explains why he thinks the answer to solving problems in education can be found in individual classrooms as all kids deserve a great teacher. Twitter: @ToddWhitaker. Website: www.toddwhitaker.com 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 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: https://ift.tt/2EkscLl. Become a supporter of this podcast: anchor.fm/greg-goins/support Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greg-goins/support

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Leading School Change with Dr. Todd Whitaker

In this episode, Dr. Todd Whitaker, one of the nation’s leading authorities on staff motivation, teacher leadership, and principal effectiveness, shares proven strategies that can be utilized to lead positive change within our schools. Among the topics discussed are how to influence others, the difference between climate and culture, and why modeling expectations is always better than correcting behaviors. Dr. Whitaker also looks ahead to his next book project in 2019 and explains why he thinks the answer to solving problems in education can be found in individual classrooms as all kids deserve a great teacher. Twitter: @ToddWhitaker. Website: www.toddwhitaker.com 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 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: https://ift.tt/2EkscLl. Become a supporter of this podcast: anchor.fm/greg-goins/support Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greg-goins/support

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