Showing posts from August, 2019

Reflections on Season 1

Nick and Matt take time out to reflect on Season 1 before taking some summer time to prepare for Season 2. The hosts discuss what they did well, what they can do better, and some ideas to help all educators rest, recharge, and prepare for a new school year.

Mentioned in this episode

Links to past episodes
Improving Performance with Dr. PaulieInterview with Rae HughartJodi Scott Provides a Regional and State ViewJodi Scott Discusses Remote LearningRemote Learning with Adam and Alex ValencicThomas C. Murray: Future-Ready, Personal and AuthenticBooks & Other Podcasts
Teachers Deserve It (coming soon from DBC Inc) Teachers On Fire (Podcast) Small Teaching Online, by Flower DarbyBlended Learning series, by Catlin TuckerThe Balance podcast, by Catlin TuckerWhen, by Dan PinkStuff You Should Know PodcastTech Like a Pirate, by Matt MillerTo Wake the Giant, by Jeff ShaaraRemember to check out this and all past episodes at and click the Subscribe button at the top…

Mike Patterson: Google, Digital Leadership, and more

Mike Patterson from Google Chicago joins us in this episode to discuss digital leadership and citizenship topics for teachers and administrators.   Google's Global Report on the Future of the ClassroomDigital Leadership for teachers and administrators  The importance of Digital Citizenship in every classroom - Follow #DigCit ... and more! 

Connect with Mike Patterson:
Twitter @MPattersonEduLinkedIn Check out all the great tools from Mike and the Google for Education Team:

The Google for Education Transformation Center
Resources to lead your schools toward a vision of change Focuses on Vision Learning Culture Professional Development Technology Funding & Sustainability Community Engagement Explore real examples from school leaders and learn from their successes. You’ll find hundreds of ideas, best practices, guides and templates. Innovator projects, You’ll also find our new Educational Equity Framework  Coming soon from there are going to be Transformation Reports
Built for G Suit…

Kristin Brynteson: OER, STEM, and so much more!

Dr, Kristin Brynteson, educator, podcaster and blogger from Northern Illinois University, discusses a variety of topics and programs with us during this interview.

Questions addressed in this episode:
What is Illinois OER, and how do OERs compare with the big-name publishers' works?
How can STEM, STEAM, and STEAM Read help kids, and how do I get started in my classroom?
STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics STEAM: STEM + the Arts STEAM Read: STEAM + ReadingiOER: Illinois Open Educational Resources   

Connect with Dr. Brynteson:  Twitter: @kbrynteson,, hotpinktech.blogPodcasts: Failure Bites ( and STEAM Read (
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