What’s Hot About YouTube in Education

What’s Hot About YouTube in Education

Tyler Daniel Tarver shares some surprising new ways to use Youtube in education. Now YouTube in the class can be a good thing! Sponsor: Welcome TGR Foundation and Discovery Education as a sponsor to my podcast. For nearly 25 years, the TGR Foundation, a Tiger Woods Charity, visualized a world where opportunity is universal and […]

3 Things to Learn Over the Summer to Be Better at Distance or Blended Learning

3 Things to Learn Over the Summer to Be Better at Distance or Blended Learning

Like it or not, blended learning is here to stay. Today, virtual trainer and Class Tech Tips guru Monica Burns talks about what we need to be learning over the summer so we can be healthier and more successful in the fall no matter what we face. 3 Things We Need to Improve to Be […]

Sustainability Spotlight: How to Empower Students to Tackle Sustainability Issues

Sustainability Spotlight: How to Empower Students to Tackle Sustainability Issues

We can tackle sustainability issues by empowering students. I would also think that this could apply to helping students be part of the solution for health in their communities and schools. Let’s face it, if we’re going to solve hard problems, we need lots of minds, hands, and feet involved in moving towards the solution. […]

How PBL in Math Class Can Make Projects Unforgettable

How PBL in Math Class Can Make Projects Unforgettable

In these times, part of being a teacher is to have meaningful online projects with engagement. PBL can create memorable learning with projects, and Lauren Harris uses projects to teach math.   Sponsor: In today’s challenging times, we know how critical it is to make sure kids are equipped with social and emotional learning skills […]

Absolutely Essential SEL Skills We Need During the Pandemic

Critical SEL Skills for Students, Parents and Teachers During the Pandemic

Students, parents, and teachers have social emotional learning skills that are needed in today’s climate. Dr. Amy Cranston helps us understand how we can help our children (and families and schools) make it through this difficult time. Sponsor: In today’s challenging times, we know how critical it is to make sure kids are equipped with […]

The Covid-19 Education Question: Is this Really Learning?

On this show, the topic is — what are kids really learning? Here’s the thing, every situation is a learning opportunity. And while many pundits argue that this “isn’t really learning” – I believe that the times right now are actually teaching children some of the most important things they’ll ever learn – just not […]

Free Ideas for Teaching Middle School Math Online #RemoteLearning

Math can be taught online. In today’s show, Noelle Pickering shares free ideas for teaching middle school math online. These ideas will help you teach math no matter where you or your students are online. Show Sponsor: Advancement Courses has a free micro-course  – Launching Online Learning. Register for this free micro-course. Now is the […]

Community and #RemoteLearning Conversations with Brad Currie

Brad Currie remotelearning

How do teachers share information quickly as they have had to move to distance learning amid coronavirus school closures? Brad Currie shares how teachers are sharing #remotelearning best practices as well as what is happening with him and his school in New Jersey. Advancement Courses has a free micro-course  – Launching Online Learning. Register for […]

An Oregon Teacher on Distance Learning at his School – Tyler Cienfuegos

Oregon was one of the earliest states to have to release students to learn from home. How are teachers handling things during coronavirus distance learning? Today, Oregon teacher Tyler Cienfuegos shares what is happening in Oregon and how they are working through issues in his state and at his school.   Advancement Courses has a […]

Teaching Science Online with Chris Anderson

teaching science online #elarning #covid19

As schools are working to blend teaching or go completely online, what about science? Isn’t science supposed to be totally hands-on? In today’s session, we interview Chris Anderson, an instructional technology coach and the executive producer of Science Around Cincy, a web series that features the scientists and engineers in the Cincinnati area. He reflects […]