9/29/16

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Jon Samuelson @jonsamuelson and Scott Bedley @scotteach are back! Taking on Twitter lists and talking a little Pokemon Go. Along the way there are sound effects and some snarky comments. The last Blab that Scott and Jon ever did...because the pulled the plug on Blab later that week.

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Jon Samuelson @jonsamuelson and Scott Bedley @scotteach are back! Taking on Twitter lists and talking a little Pokemon Go. Along the way there are sound effects and some snarky comments. The last Blab that Scott and Jon ever did...because the pulled the plug on Blab later that week.

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9/28/16

The Goin' Digital Show  is hosted by Dr. Greg Goins, a School Superintendent, Digital Leader, Lead Learner, Presenter and Associate Professor with 16 years of experience in Educational Leadership and currently serves as the Superintendent at West Frankfort CUSD No. 168 in southern Illinois.

About The Goin' Digital Show

The Goin' Digital Show is a podcast for K-12 school leaders that airs every other Tuesday night at 8:00 pm EST/7:00 pm CST on the Teach Cow Network at www.teachcow.com.

The show is a Live Google Hangout with a focus on Digital Leadership for Future Ready Schools.

Connect with Dr. Greg Goins and his podcast on Twitter:

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

The Goin' Digital Show (@GoinDigitalShow) to Join EPN

The Goin' Digital Show  is hosted by Dr. Greg Goins, a School Superintendent, Digital Leader, Lead Learner, Presenter and Associate Professor with 16 years of experience in Educational Leadership and currently serves as the Superintendent at West Frankfort CUSD No. 168 in southern Illinois.

About The Goin' Digital Show

The Goin' Digital Show is a podcast for K-12 school leaders that airs every other Tuesday night at 8:00 pm EST/7:00 pm CST on the Teach Cow Network at www.teachcow.com.

The show is a Live Google Hangout with a focus on Digital Leadership for Future Ready Schools.

Connect with Dr. Greg Goins and his podcast on Twitter:

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

Angus Nelson reached out to me to be on the show and boy am I happy he did. One of the best parts of starting the podcast is that I’ve made more friends and have been exposed to infinitely more awesome people than when I was in my rather large “bubble” of Chicago.

 
I really appreciate this episode with Angus because he is so transparent … and an engaging speaker! I guess you have to be when you present to places like Whole Foods, BMW, and Coke!
 
During this episode we get into a lot of fun conversations around leadership, emotional intelligence, grace, and empathy. I know you are going to love it … in fact if I’m right do you mind sharing it with a friend?
 
Bio
 
Angus works with executives of the world’s largest companies as a speaker, coach, and facilitator. He’s spoken at corporate headquarters for Walmart, Whole Foods, Coke, BMW and others; hosts an Inc.com Top 20 business podcast called, “Up In Your Business”; and has been featured on Aol.com, Huffington Post, & VentureBeat. His book is called “Love's Compass: How Do You Recover After a Lost Relationship”.
 
In this episode you will learn:
  • model approach of leadership 
  • how to become more self-aware
  • are you focused on the past or the future
  • TODAY (The only day that’s actually yours)
  • life is based in paradox
  • who is the person in the mirror? 
  • do you love yourself?
  • are you afraid of success?
  • the importance of what you are learning and who you hang out with
  • tourist vs engagement  
  • expose yourself to fear … you will grow
  • why we should be like arctic musk-oxen
  • what if we open-sourced education
 
Resources
 
Connect
 
   
 
Instagram:         
 
Youtube:      
     
LinkedIn:               
 

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Soliciting and synthesizing teacher input on PD needs
Creating an intuitive, simple dashboard of needs so leaders can take immediate and informed action to support teachers
Measuring and reporting on the impact of those efforts over time
 
Schools, districts, and charter networks leverage KickUp’s platform and consultative support to synthesize data so that all stakeholders--administrators, coaches, and teachers--can monitor progress, identify meaningful professional learning actions, and demonstrate and share impact.
 
Audbile: Try over 180,000 titles on any smart device or computer.  I've downloaded and enjoyed books by Charles Duhigg, Zig Ziglar, Tony Robbins, and Gary Vanynerchuk so far.
 
Did you enjoy this episode with Angus Nelson?  If you enjoyed the show, then please leave a 5 star rating and review and share on social media.
 
 
Do you need accountability?
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060: Are you afraid of success with Angus Nelson

Angus Nelson reached out to me to be on the show and boy am I happy he did. One of the best parts of starting the podcast is that I’ve made more friends and have been exposed to infinitely more awesome people than when I was in my rather large “bubble” of Chicago.

 
I really appreciate this episode with Angus because he is so transparent … and an engaging speaker! I guess you have to be when you present to places like Whole Foods, BMW, and Coke!
 
During this episode we get into a lot of fun conversations around leadership, emotional intelligence, grace, and empathy. I know you are going to love it … in fact if I’m right do you mind sharing it with a friend?
 
Bio
 
Angus works with executives of the world’s largest companies as a speaker, coach, and facilitator. He’s spoken at corporate headquarters for Walmart, Whole Foods, Coke, BMW and others; hosts an Inc.com Top 20 business podcast called, “Up In Your Business”; and has been featured on Aol.com, Huffington Post, & VentureBeat. His book is called “Love's Compass: How Do You Recover After a Lost Relationship”.
 
In this episode you will learn:
  • model approach of leadership 
  • how to become more self-aware
  • are you focused on the past or the future
  • TODAY (The only day that’s actually yours)
  • life is based in paradox
  • who is the person in the mirror? 
  • do you love yourself?
  • are you afraid of success?
  • the importance of what you are learning and who you hang out with
  • tourist vs engagement  
  • expose yourself to fear … you will grow
  • why we should be like arctic musk-oxen
  • what if we open-sourced education
 
Resources
 
Connect
 
   
 
Instagram:         
 
Youtube:      
     
LinkedIn:               
 

Follow me and get behind the scenes access on SNAPCHAT!!!

Do you need accountability?

Text BETTERMASTERMIND to 33444
Daniel wants to work with you and help you accelerate your leadership development and increase your impact.
 
Show Sponsors
 
KickUp: KickUp is a professional learning data analytics company that provides an easy-to-use platform to help school leaders optimize their PD resources and efforts by:
Soliciting and synthesizing teacher input on PD needs
Creating an intuitive, simple dashboard of needs so leaders can take immediate and informed action to support teachers
Measuring and reporting on the impact of those efforts over time
 
Schools, districts, and charter networks leverage KickUp’s platform and consultative support to synthesize data so that all stakeholders--administrators, coaches, and teachers--can monitor progress, identify meaningful professional learning actions, and demonstrate and share impact.
 
Audbile: Try over 180,000 titles on any smart device or computer.  I've downloaded and enjoyed books by Charles Duhigg, Zig Ziglar, Tony Robbins, and Gary Vanynerchuk so far.
 
Did you enjoy this episode with Angus Nelson?  If you enjoyed the show, then please leave a 5 star rating and review and share on social media.
 
 
Do you need accountability?
Text BETTERMASTERMIND to 33444
Daniel wants to work with you
and help you accelerate
your leadership development
and increase your impact.
 
 
  


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9/27/16

Are you using Google Classroom to it's fullest potential? On this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we discuss not only what's new, but how it can be easily integrated into your curriculum.

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Google Classroom tips for the Non-Newbie Teacher | 2016

Are you using Google Classroom to it's fullest potential? On this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we discuss not only what's new, but how it can be easily integrated into your curriculum.

The post Google Classroom tips for the Non-Newbie Teacher appeared first on TeacherCast Educational Broadcasting Network.



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Mark Barnes explains how one Baltimore school repurposed and rebranded its detention room, turning it into a Mindful Moment Room, dramatically impacting schoolwide student behavior and almost magically making suspensions disappear. In Episode 63 of the Hack Learning Podcast, Mark explains how meditation, specifically mindfulness, calms students and helps them focus less on chaos and more on learning. In the What You Can Do Tomorrow segment, Mark explains how to learn practical meditation techniques, recommends powerful resources, and shares his own experience with meditation, which reduced anxiety and helped this veteran educator better cope with his own student behavior issues. For more about mindfulness and meditation resources, visit Episode 63 at http://ift.tt/1UpfN4a. This is Hacking School Discipline. Check out our sponsor, Kiddom, and learn how to empower your students for free. Visit http://ift.tt/2dizFYZ

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63: Hacking School Discipline: How to Throw Out Detention and Other Lame Punishments

Mark Barnes explains how one Baltimore school repurposed and rebranded its detention room, turning it into a Mindful Moment Room, dramatically impacting schoolwide student behavior and almost magically making suspensions disappear. In Episode 63 of the Hack Learning Podcast, Mark explains how meditation, specifically mindfulness, calms students and helps them focus less on chaos and more on learning. In the What You Can Do Tomorrow segment, Mark explains how to learn practical meditation techniques, recommends powerful resources, and shares his own experience with meditation, which reduced anxiety and helped this veteran educator better cope with his own student behavior issues. For more about mindfulness and meditation resources, visit Episode 63 at http://ift.tt/1UpfN4a. This is Hacking School Discipline. Check out our sponsor, Kiddom, and learn how to empower your students for free. Visit http://ift.tt/2dizFYZ

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Philip Cummings http://twitter.com/philip_cummings joins us to talk about teaching reading in an all boys school, the challenges of blending families, and Memphis football! Plus the guys reflect on the passing of Arnold Palmer and Jose Fernandez.

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YouTube Channel: Harvard Education
Mic Drop: Arnie


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Episode 57 - Philip Cummings

Philip Cummings http://twitter.com/philip_cummings joins us to talk about teaching reading in an all boys school, the challenges of blending families, and Memphis football! Plus the guys reflect on the passing of Arnold Palmer and Jose Fernandez.

Book: Joining Jesus on His Mission http://ift.tt/2cxSuXm
YouTube Channel: Harvard Education
Mic Drop: Arnie


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9/26/16

 Instead of dreading parent contact and interaction, embrace the challenge. It will step up your game to let parents in so they can become an empowering force for their child’s success in your classroom. Tune in to hear the 4 steps you can follow right this moment to turn things around.

 

Quotables

Parent anger is often due to misinformation
My most difficult parents became my allies because I was able to shed light on what was actually going on, share my training and best practices, include them in decision making and allow them to feel heard.
That resistance didn’t deter me from accomplishing my mission as a teacher, but it did make me aware of how parents felt helpless and frustrated and their kids were picking up on that
Instead of being frustrated and hating on parents, embrace the experience
Share your policy, not your perspective
Parent relationships are so powerful when you leverage them correctly

Connect with Gretchen

Email: gretchen@alwaysalesson.com
Blog: Always A Lesson 
Facebook: Always A Lesson 
Twitter: @gschultek  
Linkedin: Gretchen Schultek Bridgers 
Google+: Gretchen Schultek Bridgers  
Book: Elementary EDUC 101: What They Didn't Teach You in College 

 
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68: Parenting that Empowers

 Instead of dreading parent contact and interaction, embrace the challenge. It will step up your game to let parents in so they can become an empowering force for their child’s success in your classroom. Tune in to hear the 4 steps you can follow right this moment to turn things around.

 

Quotables

Parent anger is often due to misinformation
My most difficult parents became my allies because I was able to shed light on what was actually going on, share my training and best practices, include them in decision making and allow them to feel heard.
That resistance didn’t deter me from accomplishing my mission as a teacher, but it did make me aware of how parents felt helpless and frustrated and their kids were picking up on that
Instead of being frustrated and hating on parents, embrace the experience
Share your policy, not your perspective
Parent relationships are so powerful when you leverage them correctly

Connect with Gretchen

Email: gretchen@alwaysalesson.com
Blog: Always A Lesson 
Facebook: Always A Lesson 
Twitter: @gschultek  
Linkedin: Gretchen Schultek Bridgers 
Google+: Gretchen Schultek Bridgers  
Book: Elementary EDUC 101: What They Didn't Teach You in College 

 
Leave a Rating and Review
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Why?

This helps my show remain active in order to continue to help other educators remain empowered in a career that has a long lasting effect on our future.

How?

Search for my show in iTunes or Stitcher.
Click on ‘Ratings and Reviews.’
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Leave a Rating: Tap the greyed out stars (5 being the best)
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9/25/16

This season, I thought it might be fun to structure the Ask Angela Anything episodes a little differently, and answer a couple questions briefly in one episode. In fact, I’ve challenged myself to answer 5 questions in 15 minutes--quick and to the point. Listen in as I discuss transition tips, classes that have a hard time quieting down, reward systems, and more.



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S4EP8 Five classroom management questions in 15 minutes (Ask Angela Anything)

This season, I thought it might be fun to structure the Ask Angela Anything episodes a little differently, and answer a couple questions briefly in one episode. In fact, I’ve challenged myself to answer 5 questions in 15 minutes--quick and to the point. Listen in as I discuss transition tips, classes that have a hard time quieting down, reward systems, and more.



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Randy Sprick is an educational consultant and trainer in Eugene Oregon. He helps teachers, principals, and other staff set up schools that encourage student responsibility and motivation, and help students learn to behave in appropriate ways. He wrote the book CHAMPS and has lead numerous workshops, trainings, conferences, and much more.

  • Safe and Civil Schools background

  • CHAMPS

  • Attendance ideas

  • Top 3 musts for creating a safe school environment.

  • Systematic and planful supervision of the entire school.

  • If we don’t have enough adults in the halls, bullying is taking place.

  • Why you want all staff present and interacting with kids.

  • Presence of people in authority assists people in obeying the rules.

  • Adults who are actively creating a positive school climate.

  • The climate of the school is the daily behavior of the adults in the school.

  • 5–10 adults who say hello to kids on the way to classroom.

  • High expectations that are clearly communicated to kids and overtly taught and consistently enforced.

  • Any infraction “please honor our school’s policy on ______”.

  • Communication Cards

  • Attributes of safe and unsafe school

  • How to deal with toxic teachers?

  • Messaging needs to come not just from administrators, but also teachers.

  • The Checklist Manifesto - the book from which Randy’s reminders about doctor’s washing hands come.

  • It is not the peer’s responsibility to call out their peers.

  • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe “Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them to become what they are capable of being.”

  • The Diffusion of Innovations

  • Link for meeting peoples’ basic needs webinar

  • Communication Cards

  • What can a principal do to be a transformative principal? Be more visible.

  • Safeandcivilschools.com

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Three Musts for a Safe School with Randy Sprick Transformative Principal 142

Randy Sprick is an educational consultant and trainer in Eugene Oregon. He helps teachers, principals, and other staff set up schools that encourage student responsibility and motivation, and help students learn to behave in appropriate ways. He wrote the book CHAMPS and has lead numerous workshops, trainings, conferences, and much more.

  • Safe and Civil Schools background

  • CHAMPS

  • Attendance ideas

  • Top 3 musts for creating a safe school environment.

  • Systematic and planful supervision of the entire school.

  • If we don’t have enough adults in the halls, bullying is taking place.

  • Why you want all staff present and interacting with kids.

  • Presence of people in authority assists people in obeying the rules.

  • Adults who are actively creating a positive school climate.

  • The climate of the school is the daily behavior of the adults in the school.

  • 5–10 adults who say hello to kids on the way to classroom.

  • High expectations that are clearly communicated to kids and overtly taught and consistently enforced.

  • Any infraction “please honor our school’s policy on ______”.

  • Communication Cards

  • Attributes of safe and unsafe school

  • How to deal with toxic teachers?

  • Messaging needs to come not just from administrators, but also teachers.

  • The Checklist Manifesto - the book from which Randy’s reminders about doctor’s washing hands come.

  • It is not the peer’s responsibility to call out their peers.

  • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe “Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them to become what they are capable of being.”

  • The Diffusion of Innovations

  • Link for meeting peoples’ basic needs webinar

  • Communication Cards

  • What can a principal do to be a transformative principal? Be more visible.

  • Safeandcivilschools.com

Take the Fall Listener Survey

Support the podcast by becoming a patron!

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

Sponsor: Sanebox

Web Site

Transformative Principal on Stitcher

Refer A Principal

Best Tools for Busy Administrators Survey

 



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Katie Ann Wilson (@KatieAnn_76), wrote the book about augmented reality in education. She shares apps and resources as well how to best integrate augmented reality into your classroom.

Support for this episode of House of #EdTech comes from:
 
SummerPD.com - Use Promo code: HOUSEOFEDTECH
 
 
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** SEGMENTS **
 
(1:30) Intro
 
(8:30) House of #EdTech Thought - Are You A Learning Leader?
 
(12:00) House of #EdTech Recommendation - 5 Apps to Use with Google Cardboard courtesy of Monica Burns - http://ift.tt/Xlhnyu
 
(16:00) Featured Content - Augmented Reality with Katie Ann Wilson
 
(48:40) House of #EdTech VIP - Mark Grundel - @MGrundel
 
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Augmented Reality In Education with Katie Ann Wilson - HoET070

Katie Ann Wilson (@KatieAnn_76), wrote the book about augmented reality in education. She shares apps and resources as well how to best integrate augmented reality into your classroom.

Support for this episode of House of #EdTech comes from:
 
SummerPD.com - Use Promo code: HOUSEOFEDTECH
 
 
Complete show notes: http://ift.tt/2cvHpuG
 
** SEGMENTS **
 
(1:30) Intro
 
(8:30) House of #EdTech Thought - Are You A Learning Leader?
 
(12:00) House of #EdTech Recommendation - 5 Apps to Use with Google Cardboard courtesy of Monica Burns - http://ift.tt/Xlhnyu
 
(16:00) Featured Content - Augmented Reality with Katie Ann Wilson
 
(48:40) House of #EdTech VIP - Mark Grundel - @MGrundel
 
** FEEDBACK **
 
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Twitter: @mrnesi
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