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45 minutes | Mar 23, 2017
[Episode 14] Inclusion & Diversity: How Bowling Can Change Education
Inclusion is something educators often are asked to do in their classrooms. But what if we redefined inclusion from just Special Education students to all learners? Listen to teacher and author Shelley Moore (@tweetsomemoore) as she explains how this mindshift dramatically changed her teaching and facilitating to both students and adults. Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Her blog: https://blogsomemoore.com/ Her book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/One-Without-Other-Diversity-Inclusion/dp/1553796586 Her Videos: ?Under the Table TedTalk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGptAXTV7m0 What is Inclusion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1fbTKYkU4k Bowling and Inclusion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFu-tljANXE
41 minutes | Mar 9, 2017
[Episode 13] Math PLC Lab Rotation in a Blended Model
Join Engagement Manager Paul Teske as he interviews Michelle Roundy from Teton schools as she describes how their blended studio model is infused with video analysis without the use of subs. There is an accompanying blog and video with this episode which can be found here: https://www.teachingchannel.org/blog/2016/06/22/tch-podcast-plc-teton/
31 minutes | Feb 23, 2017
[Episode 12] Increasing Student Engagement Through Democratic Teaching Practice
Join Channa Comer, former NYC middle school science teacher and current Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow, currently serving in the Office of Science at the U.S. Department of Energy, as she discusses how incorporating Democratic Teaching Practice and Cogens in the classroom increase student engagement. If you've ever wanted to try to add more voice and choice to your practice, this method mght just be for you. Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Channa's Teaching Channel VideoDesign Thinking for EducatorsSci-Ed InnovatorsLahey, J. “To Help Students Learn, Engage the Emotions.”Emdin, C. For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood... and the Rest of Y'all Too: Reality Pedagogy and Urban Education.Basu, S.J. Calabrese Barton, A. Tan, E. (editors). Democratic Science Teaching: Building the Expertise to Empower Low-Income Minority Youth in Science.
16 minutes | Feb 7, 2017
[Episode 11] Teachers United: How to Influence Policy as a Teacher
Nate Bowling, 2016 Washington State Teacher of the Year, explains how Teachers United, an adovcacy group made up of teachers has successfully influenced policy at the state level. Gather your X-Men colleagues and see what changes you can begin enacting as teacher leaders impacting policy. If you're not at the table, you're on the menu. Links from this episode: URL for First Years Policy PaperNate's conversation article from the Washington PostNate's Seattle Times op-ed funding equityFollow him on Twitter: @nate_bowling & Teachers United @TeachersUtdWa
35 minutes | Jan 26, 2017
[Episode 10] The Nora Project: Teaching Empathy to Students Through Friendship
Join teacher and founder of The Nora Project, Amanda Martinsen, as she explans just what type of PD it takes to get teachers and students to embed empathy in the classroom. The Nora Project aligns to her state standards while teaching empathy and sparking friendships between children and their peers with disabilities. With the help of the students and their parents, they create powerful documentaries about friendship over the course of a year. Resources in the Episode: https://sites.google.com/a/glenview34.org/the-nora-project/home/the-documentaries http://www.thenoraproject.ngo/get_involved Instagram: @thenoraprojectngo Facebook and Twitter: @thenoraproject
31 minutes | Jan 12, 2017
[Episode 9] Teacher Shortage: Taking Back the Narrative
Teacher shortage. We hear about it in the media often, but Vice President for Policy to Practice, Dr. Stephanie Wood-Garnett from the Alliance for Excellent Education says we need to shift that conversation. It's a complex issue about teacher prep enrollment, existing teacher retention, licensure challenges, reciprocity, and teaching conditions. Hear her advice how to impact policy and the media by taking back the narrative and being specific about just what we need in education to shift the conversation.
36 minutes | Dec 29, 2016
[Episode 8] Grassroots PD Implementation
Malverne District Assistant Superintendent Rose Ricca and 2007 New York State Teacher of the Year Marguerite Izzo talk about their grassroots implementation that resulted in impactful learning and growth for teachers and students. Original publication here.
38 minutes | Dec 15, 2016
[Episode 7] Coaching Pre-Service Teachers: Small Talk & Deaf Education
How do pre-service teachers of the deaf learn to coach families? What does their preparation program look and sound like? Hear from Dr. Jenna Voss of Fontbonne University in St. Louis as she shares with the larger teaching community about differences in deaf education, the importance of video in pre-service prep programs, and why everyone should know some basics for teaching deaf students - hint: this podcast will help you with your ELL students as well. Featured Resources: Email Dr. Jenna VossVisit Fontbonne's Communication Disorders and Deaf Education DepartmentWebsites for learning more about Deaf Education http://www.agbell.org/https://hearingfirst.org/?https://www.optionschools.org/Small Talk: A book for all educators working with students learning a new language
38 minutes | Dec 1, 2016
[Episode 6] Moms as Principals
Moms as principals, two tough jobs and one amazing network that is growing, supporting, and learning from one another through social media. Hear how this group created their own PLN through Voxer, Twitter, blogging, and each other as they navigate both worlds - the good, the bad, and the ugly. Resources from this Episode: Moms as Principals Blog Follow them on Twitter Check out some of their favorite apps: Voxer, WordSwag & GooseChase Reach them all on Twitter! Melissa Kartsimas - @teachermelissa Lindsy Stumpenhorst - @lmstump Claire Giardino - @cgiardino3 & @EastElemACS Liz Garden - @PrincipalGarden, @FloroElem & Lynn Colon - @TheColon_s & @MaryWilliamsES Tracey Allen - @PrincipalTallen Kelley Begley McCall @mccall_kelley
32 minutes | Nov 17, 2016
[Episode 5] Do the Write Thing: Challenging Violence in Communities & Schools
Join Kuwait America Foundation Executive Director Basma Rayess as she discusses the importance of giving student voice to finding solutions to community violence. This program empowers students to choose other ways to express themselves and encourages them to be change makers in their community. Resource for the Episode About Do the Write ThingThe Kuwait America Foundation 20 Year Anniversay Video
55 minutes | Nov 3, 2016
[Episode 4] Video, PD & Unions
Join us as we chat with Mary Cathryn Ricker, Executive Vice President of the American Federation of Teachers. We dive into the role of video in the classroom from a union perspective as well as her general thoughts about positive changes she sees acorss the country in teacher professional development. Links in the episode: Share My LessonSeal of BiliteracyTeaching ToleranceAFT Election Resource for EducationMary Cathryn's blogs on Medium
22 minutes | Oct 20, 2016
[Episode 3] 8 Ways to Implement Video-based Learning in Your PD
Join Erin Gilrein and Jen Wolfe, two nationally board certified teachers from Oceanside Schools in Oceanside, New York, as they explain eight different ways they are transforming teacher professional learning by using video in the classroom. Hear their experiences with Teaching Channel Teams and how growing teachers as leaders is central to their district practice and centered around the National Board standards. Resources for the Episode: Choose Your Own Adventure PDNational Boards
46 minutes | Oct 6, 2016
[Episode 2] Culturally Responsive Teaching & the Brain
Author Zaretta Hammond explains what culturally responsive teaching is, what it isn't and how to being the systems change work needed to include this type of pedagogy in your school or district. She tackles elements from her book, Culturally Responsive Teaching & the Brain, and gives practical examples for teachers and leaders to begin implementing the CRT mindset today. Resources from the Episode: CRT & the Brain BlogDimensions of Equity Chart
23 minutes | Sep 29, 2016
[Episode 1] What is #anewkindofPD?
Erika Nielsen Andrew, Paul Teske, and Catherine White Guimaraes join host Erica Snyder in our inaugural episode where we dive into the three big buckets of #anewkindofPD and define our eight elements. We hope you're ready to take on #anewkindofPD in your school or district!
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