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Sinopsis

Educators share stories from inside the educational world to showcase the powerful and significant impact that educators have. But what about you? Who was the educator who had the greatest impact on you? What was it about this educator that was special, or made you feel special? What could we all do to be that person for someone else?

Episodios

  • Jen Leban Takes Us Back to Art Class

    Jen Leban Takes Us Back to Art Class

    12/06/2019 Duración: 37min

    In our final episode for Season 2, we talk with Jen Leban all about the life of a middle school art teacher. Shenanigans ensue.

  • Megan Schmidt Tells Stories Of Math, Gender,  Statistics

    Megan Schmidt Tells Stories Of Math, Gender, & Statistics

    22/05/2019 Duración: 41min

    An elementary teacher, a middle school teacher, and a doctoral student walk into a podcast... Listen to the stories that 14-year veteran math teacher tells to Josh and Mandy as she describes her work transitioning to a doctoral student looking at stats. and gender stereotypes. Fascinating stuff.

  • Andrea Childes Tells The Power Of Social Media  Global Read Aloud

    Andrea Childes Tells The Power Of Social Media & Global Read Aloud

    16/05/2019 Duración: 31min

    Join Josh and Mandy as they talk with elementary teacher Andrea Childes about how she uses the power of social media to share and learn new ideas. Plus, hear how Andrea succeeds in asking authors for advance copies of their work so she can include great books in her global read aloud.

  • Justin Aion Makes The Deep Analogy Between Games  Teaching

    Justin Aion Makes The Deep Analogy Between Games & Teaching

    01/05/2019 Duración: 53min

    Justin and Josh turn into two nerds sharing stories about memory castles, dungeons and dragons, and hooks to deliver instruction at the point of highest student engagement. Why do students disengage in our classrooms? Justin takes on a journey through a fantastic and deep analogy.

  • Amy Storer Shares The Story Of Becoming A Teacher

    Amy Storer Shares The Story Of Becoming A Teacher

    24/04/2019 Duración: 34min

    Josh and Mandy talks with Amy Storer, instructional coach, who shares stories about her love of hard rock music and more. The group discusses becoming a teacher, and Josh gets emotional when thinking about parents. For more stories, check out bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Doug Robertson Is The Weird Teacher

    Doug Robertson Is The Weird Teacher

    10/04/2019 Duración: 44min

    Josh and Mandy are joined by 14 year veteran teacher Doug Robertson as he shares stories from inside his classroom and from the books that he's written over the years. The group talks about hooks, experiences, and reading. Fun and deep-thinking stories are plentiful this week. bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Justin Payne The Swiss Army Knife

    Justin Payne The Swiss Army Knife

    27/03/2019 Duración: 40min

    His friends call him the Swiss Army knife. Justin Payne's different interests and expertise show the versatility of a modern teacher. He models for his students the idea of a growth mindset and fostering multiple talents. We could listen to him tell stories for hours... Find more good stories at bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Susan Jachymiak Shares Stories From Her First Year

    Susan Jachymiak Shares Stories From Her First Year

    14/03/2019 Duración: 35min

    First year fourth grade teacher Susan Jachymiak shares stories about her experiences as she reflects on the beginning of her career. She shares her blog and the blogs of others as a way to reflect and a way to look back and reflect more in the future. Susan, Josh, and Mandy discuss how she wanted to be a fourth grade teacher in fourth grade and now she is. It's come full circle when her own student says she wants to be a teacher too.

  • Corey Holmer Literally Lights Things On Fire

    Corey Holmer Literally Lights Things On Fire

    06/03/2019 Duración: 45min

    Infographics and sign making. Anchor charts. Good stories. Plus Makey Makey love stories. Geeking out on makerspaces, laser printers, and (accidentally) starting things on fire. You can find more good educator stories at bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Rolland Chidiac Loses His Class

    Rolland Chidiac Loses His Class

    27/02/2019 Duración: 37min

    Fantastic storyteller Rolland Chidiac joins Josh and Mandy to tell the story of how he lost his class. Tune in to see if he's found them yet. Rolland is a 2nd and 3rd grade teacher who believes that it's more important to be a creator than only a curator. So he creates. Through the use of internet tools, he blogs, vlogs, uses youtube to create and does so much more. Hear his story in this episode, and get more stories in bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Brian Kulak Tells How He Saved A Life And More

    Brian Kulak Tells How He Saved A Life And More

    12/02/2019 Duración: 40min

    "Kulak, we need you. It's an emergency." Brian Kulak re-tells the story that he shared in the Stories in EDU book about a former student who needed his help years ago and remains a friend today. He also shares an introduction to "Flash Lessons" which have become a nation-wide phenomenon. Brian, Josh, and Mandy take a deep dive into relationships in education. Read more stories in bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Stephanie Crawford Tells Stories From Her First Years Of Teaching

    Stephanie Crawford Tells Stories From Her First Years Of Teaching

    06/02/2019 Duración: 37min

    Mandy and Josh discuss goals (including running half-marathons and more), and are joined by the fun stories from Stephanie Crawford's instructional coach and middle school teaching experiences. Everybody shares their favorite MEME stories and makes plans for a MEME OFF! Stephanie shares stories from her first years of teaching and the group discusses when they decided to teach. More stories available at bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Ben Brazeau Tells Stories From 20 Years Of Teaching And Tech Integration

    Ben Brazeau Tells Stories From 20 Years Of Teaching And Tech Integration

    31/01/2019 Duración: 40min

    Mandy shares her passion for chips and queso while Josh nerds out about his brand new telescope. The diversity continues with the difference between 74 degrees in Texas and 10 degrees (or less) in Wisconsin. Plus Josh, Mandy, and Ben share stories about music and Josh explains his affinity for Weird Al Yankovic and the parodies he has made. AND YES JOSH SINGS! AND NO, IT'S NOT GOOD. Find more great stories in the Stories in EDU book bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Julie FIshburn Tells How A Student Teacher Changed Her Perspective

    Julie FIshburn Tells How A Student Teacher Changed Her Perspective

    23/01/2019 Duración: 44min

    Julie Fishburn joins guest hosts Jason Bretzmann and Kenny Bosch to tell the story of how she was asked about a flipped classroom and went from pretending she knew what it was to becoming a flipped classroom expert so she could make the learning experiences better for her students. Julie also shares the story how Lindsay Stephenson challenged her thinking about many of the classroom traditions she had in her class. These are stories of a professional educator continuing to learn throughout her distinguished career. Read her story and more in the Stories in EDU book at bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • David Theriault What are we gonna do today thats gonna make today worth it? (2 of 2)

    David Theriault "What are we gonna' do today that's gonna' make today worth it?" (2 of 2)

    16/01/2019 Duración: 26min

    I want my kids to have David Theriault as their teacher. Every day. More teacher stories in the Stories in EDU book bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • David Theriault Tells The Story of Kids Who Learn To Like Shakespeare (1 of 2)

    David Theriault Tells The Story of Kids Who Learn To Like Shakespeare (1 of 2)

    09/01/2019 Duración: 26min

    In this first of two great episodes with David Theriault, he shares the story of how he gets his students to engage with and end up liking Shakespeare. Othello is where it's at! David, Josh, and Mandy all share their favorite blogs. Check out more stories at bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Dr. Robin McLean Shares The Story Of A Rough Camp Turned Into Something Great

    Dr. Robin McLean Shares The Story Of A Rough Camp Turned Into Something Great

    19/12/2018 Duración: 40min

    Teacher and FFA Advisor Dr. Robin McLean tells the story of the terrible beginning she had in the organization and how the situation changed her and helped in her journey toward a career of leading students down similar paths. It's all about the relationships. Read more in the Stories in EDU book bit.ly/storiesinedu1 and discuss with other educators on Twitter and Instagram at #storiesinedu

  • Andy Losik Tells Soul-Searching Stories and Kindergarten Fun

    Andy Losik Tells Soul-Searching Stories and Kindergarten Fun

    12/12/2018 Duración: 41min

    It's a new method for our youngest students to remember how to sit down appropriately and it is so NOT appropriate! But it is a funny story from the mouth of a Kindergartener. Andy Losik shares this and other stories from his work with early learners. Then Andy, Mandy, and Josh explore whether we have gone too far after the story about Andy's students not knowing how to fold a paper airplane takes them on a ride. So much good stuff here. And even more in the Stories in EDU book. Find it at bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • John Briese Subs In A 2nd Grade Classroom

    John Briese Subs In A 2nd Grade Classroom

    06/12/2018 Duración: 37min

    John knows about high school teaching, but he had to substitute teach in a second grade classroom. You gotta' hear this story. Presentations. Crying. Then, a great success. More great stories include students who read their first book ever as a high school student...and then asked for the second book in the series. Student choice and more. Read his complete story in the Stories in EDU book at bit.ly/storiesinedu1

  • Rachelle Dene Poth Puts The A In STEAM

    Rachelle Dene Poth Puts The "A" In STEAM

    28/11/2018 Duración: 33min

    Rachelle shares stories about reflecting, blogging, and moving her students toward being creators. She explains her process of creating a more engaging classroom that fosters more energized students. Rachelle tells the story of her own adventure with creating and learning while using the Hummingbird robot experience. And of course great stories come from the Game of Stories card. Find Rachelle's story and more at bit.ly/storiesinedu1

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