5/21/19

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

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

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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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In this episode, I'm joined by Charlotte Dolat to answer the questions we all go through this time of year, "State testing is over....now what?!". We both give some great ideas on what you can do after testing that are meaningful and integrate technology. We also hear what her BBQ and tortilla preferences are. Enjoy! Buen Provecho!



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Ep. 44: Charlotte, BBQ, And Now What?!

In this episode, I'm joined by Charlotte Dolat to answer the questions we all go through this time of year, "State testing is over....now what?!". We both give some great ideas on what you can do after testing that are meaningful and integrate technology. We also hear what her BBQ and tortilla preferences are. Enjoy! Buen Provecho!



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Today's thought is this: Do You Look Through Your Backup Camera? When it comes to change in our lives as teachers, things can sometimes become difficult. If we look through our 'backup camera,' however, we may just grow more than we ever thought possible. Let's talk about it...



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126: Thoughts for Teachers: Do You Look Through Your Backup Camera?

Today's thought is this: Do You Look Through Your Backup Camera? When it comes to change in our lives as teachers, things can sometimes become difficult. If we look through our 'backup camera,' however, we may just grow more than we ever thought possible. Let's talk about it...



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I chat a lot about Google Certification, but I haven’t taken a deep dive into it yet on the Shake Up Learning Show! Today, I’ll dig into what certifications there are, how to get them (and how hard it is), and what resources can help.

If you’re interested in becoming a Google Certified educator (level 1, level 2, trainer, or innovator), this is the episode for you!

And if you’re wondering why you should care or be interested, here’s a fun fact: this entire podcast wouldn’t exist if I hadn’t become Google Certified. Neither would my book. I wouldn’t be talking to you today if I hadn’t taken those steps!

Let’s dive in! First, I’ll explore what Level 1 certification means, and what you can expect from the test. I’ll then talk about some ways to prepare for the exam. I’ll then do the same for Level 2.

At that point, you might be wondering about the differences between the training that Google offers compared to my courses. Don’t worry, I’ll explain exactly how they’re different!

From there, I’ll talk about becoming a Google Certified Trainer. I’ll cover the various requirements (one of which I didn’t meet the first time I applied!) as well as the six steps to becoming a Certified Trainer.

I’ve helped thousands of people become Google Certified, and I can help you, too! I hope this episode has answered a lot of your questions and explained why the programs are so great, and I look forward to taking the next steps with you.

 

In This Episode:

[00:28] - Welcome back to the podcast! Today’s episode is all about Google certification, Kasey explains.

[02:02] - Before we talk about Google Certification, Kasey takes a moment to send a shout out to all of the new Google Certified Innovators from the Sydney class of 2019!

[03:25] - It’s time to talk about how to get Google Certified! Kasey explains why the process is so important to her.

[05:30] - Kasey explains that there are four different certifications for educators: Google Certified Educator Level 1, Google Certified Educator Level 2, Google Certified Trainer, and Google Certified Innovator.

[06:18] - Kasey offers listeners a FREE ebook: The Complete Guide to Google Certifications!

[06:46] - We learn about the Google for Education Teacher Center.

[07:34] - Let’s talk about Level 1 and Level 2 certification first! Kasey explains what a Level 1 educator can do, and chats about how to prepare.

[11:11] - Kasey goes deeper into what’s covered in the Level 1 exam.

[13:26] - We move onto Level 2, which requires being able to “successfully integrate a wider range of Google for Education tools and other technologies.”

[15:40] - Kasey talks about the requirements for becoming Level 2 Certified, and mentions what’s covered in the exam.

[17:38] - We learn about Kasey’s Level 2 Toolkit, which is another three-in-one download.

[18:27] - Kasey takes a moment to talk specifically about the self-paced, video-based courses that she offers for Level 1 and Level 2.

[21:34] - We hear about the differences between the Google Teacher Center and Kasey’s courses.

[23:19] - Kasey moves onto talking about Google Certified Trainer, explaining who it’s designed for and talking about what’s offered in her course.

[25:34] - If you’re interested in learning more about becoming a Google Certified Trainer, check out Kasey’s Google Certified Trainer Academy!

[25:46] - Kasey explains that there are six steps to becoming a Google Certified Trainer.

[29:11] - We hear more about Kasey’s Google Certified Trainer Academy, and how it compares to her other courses.

[31:37] - The enrollment period for all three of Kasey’s courses will open on May 21 for a limited time, she explains. To learn more or sign up, check out:

The Google Certified Educator Level 1 Academy

The Google Certified Educator Level 2 Academy

Become a Google Certified Trainer Online Course

Interested in more than one course? Kasey offers special deals when you bundle courses!

[33:56] - Kasey takes a moment to talk about the Certified Innovator program, and why she doesn’t offer a course for it.

[39:01] - Kasey points out that Google doesn’t pay your way to the locations for the Certified Innovator academies.

[40:32] - We hear about how many people Kasey has helped to become Google Certified.

[42:04] - Thank you for tuning in! Please take a moment to leave a review on iTunes (using the word “y’all” for bonus points!).

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

The Shake Up Learning Show

The Shake Up Learning Community on Facebook

Join the Shake Up Learning Book Study!

Shake Up Learning: Practical Ideas to Move Learning from Static to Dynamic by Kasey Bell

Education Podcast Network

#Syd19 on Twitter

Google for Education Teacher Center

Google for Education Teacher Center (Certified Innovator)

The Google Certified Educator Level 1 Toolkit

The Google Certified Educator Level 2 Toolkit

Google Certified Trainer Academy



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13: How to Get Google Certified! (Level 1, Level 2, Trainer, and Innovator)

I chat a lot about Google Certification, but I haven’t taken a deep dive into it yet on the Shake Up Learning Show! Today, I’ll dig into what certifications there are, how to get them (and how hard it is), and what resources can help.

If you’re interested in becoming a Google Certified educator (level 1, level 2, trainer, or innovator), this is the episode for you!

And if you’re wondering why you should care or be interested, here’s a fun fact: this entire podcast wouldn’t exist if I hadn’t become Google Certified. Neither would my book. I wouldn’t be talking to you today if I hadn’t taken those steps!

Let’s dive in! First, I’ll explore what Level 1 certification means, and what you can expect from the test. I’ll then talk about some ways to prepare for the exam. I’ll then do the same for Level 2.

At that point, you might be wondering about the differences between the training that Google offers compared to my courses. Don’t worry, I’ll explain exactly how they’re different!

From there, I’ll talk about becoming a Google Certified Trainer. I’ll cover the various requirements (one of which I didn’t meet the first time I applied!) as well as the six steps to becoming a Certified Trainer.

I’ve helped thousands of people become Google Certified, and I can help you, too! I hope this episode has answered a lot of your questions and explained why the programs are so great, and I look forward to taking the next steps with you.

 

In This Episode:

[00:28] - Welcome back to the podcast! Today’s episode is all about Google certification, Kasey explains.

[02:02] - Before we talk about Google Certification, Kasey takes a moment to send a shout out to all of the new Google Certified Innovators from the Sydney class of 2019!

[03:25] - It’s time to talk about how to get Google Certified! Kasey explains why the process is so important to her.

[05:30] - Kasey explains that there are four different certifications for educators: Google Certified Educator Level 1, Google Certified Educator Level 2, Google Certified Trainer, and Google Certified Innovator.

[06:18] - Kasey offers listeners a FREE ebook: The Complete Guide to Google Certifications!

[06:46] - We learn about the Google for Education Teacher Center.

[07:34] - Let’s talk about Level 1 and Level 2 certification first! Kasey explains what a Level 1 educator can do, and chats about how to prepare.

[11:11] - Kasey goes deeper into what’s covered in the Level 1 exam.

[13:26] - We move onto Level 2, which requires being able to “successfully integrate a wider range of Google for Education tools and other technologies.”

[15:40] - Kasey talks about the requirements for becoming Level 2 Certified, and mentions what’s covered in the exam.

[17:38] - We learn about Kasey’s Level 2 Toolkit, which is another three-in-one download.

[18:27] - Kasey takes a moment to talk specifically about the self-paced, video-based courses that she offers for Level 1 and Level 2.

[21:34] - We hear about the differences between the Google Teacher Center and Kasey’s courses.

[23:19] - Kasey moves onto talking about Google Certified Trainer, explaining who it’s designed for and talking about what’s offered in her course.

[25:34] - If you’re interested in learning more about becoming a Google Certified Trainer, check out Kasey’s Google Certified Trainer Academy!

[25:46] - Kasey explains that there are six steps to becoming a Google Certified Trainer.

[29:11] - We hear more about Kasey’s Google Certified Trainer Academy, and how it compares to her other courses.

[31:37] - The enrollment period for all three of Kasey’s courses will open on May 21 for a limited time, she explains. To learn more or sign up, check out:

The Google Certified Educator Level 1 Academy

The Google Certified Educator Level 2 Academy

Become a Google Certified Trainer Online Course

Interested in more than one course? Kasey offers special deals when you bundle courses!

[33:56] - Kasey takes a moment to talk about the Certified Innovator program, and why she doesn’t offer a course for it.

[39:01] - Kasey points out that Google doesn’t pay your way to the locations for the Certified Innovator academies.

[40:32] - We hear about how many people Kasey has helped to become Google Certified.

[42:04] - Thank you for tuning in! Please take a moment to leave a review on iTunes (using the word “y’all” for bonus points!).

Links and Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

The Shake Up Learning Show

The Shake Up Learning Community on Facebook

Join the Shake Up Learning Book Study!

Shake Up Learning: Practical Ideas to Move Learning from Static to Dynamic by Kasey Bell

Education Podcast Network

#Syd19 on Twitter

Google for Education Teacher Center

Google for Education Teacher Center (Certified Innovator)

The Google Certified Educator Level 1 Toolkit

The Google Certified Educator Level 2 Toolkit

Google Certified Trainer Academy



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Kevin Brookhouser is optimistic about the future because he believes many of the world's most pressing problems can be solved by current students who have access to great teachers and breakthrough technology.

Kevin is the author of The 20time Project: How Educators can Launch Google's Formula for Future-Ready Innovation and Code In Every Class: How All Educators Can Teach Programming.

Kevin has experience working with students, teachers, professors, administrators, realtors, nuns, priests, accountants, lawyers, and animal welfare specialists, and if you're not one of these people, he can probably work with you just fine anyway.

Book Recommendations

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Website:  https://infusedclassroom.com/ 

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Infusing Empathy and Service Learning with Kevin Brookhouser - ICP004

Kevin Brookhouser is optimistic about the future because he believes many of the world's most pressing problems can be solved by current students who have access to great teachers and breakthrough technology.

Kevin is the author of The 20time Project: How Educators can Launch Google's Formula for Future-Ready Innovation and Code In Every Class: How All Educators Can Teach Programming.

Kevin has experience working with students, teachers, professors, administrators, realtors, nuns, priests, accountants, lawyers, and animal welfare specialists, and if you're not one of these people, he can probably work with you just fine anyway.

Book Recommendations

Connect with Kevin

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Hosts: Holly Clark & Tanya Avrith

Website:  https://infusedclassroom.com/ 

Join the Conversation on Twitter

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

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5/20/19

In this episode, Dan shares with us his struggle with feeling ineffective as he tried to teach students who weren’t engaged and were going out of their way to ‘school’ him. He tells his Cinderella story of transformation as he realized his passion for Flipped Learning and how he’s turned from the sage on the stage to the guide on the side in his classroom.



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Ep #035- Become the Guide on the Side with Dan Jones

In this episode, Dan shares with us his struggle with feeling ineffective as he tried to teach students who weren’t engaged and were going out of their way to ‘school’ him. He tells his Cinderella story of transformation as he realized his passion for Flipped Learning and how he’s turned from the sage on the stage to the guide on the side in his classroom.



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