Ty Stevenson helps us visualize what education may look like in the near future; how CTE, STEM, and CS fit into that vision; and the importance of both personalization and career awareness.
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#169 – Global Collaboration New!
Explore ways to connect your students to digital pen pals and learning partners outside of your physical classroom.
Ed Tip: Digital Tools to Reduce Distractions New!
Explore tools that you can use to reduce distractions when working in a digital space.
Ed Tip: Connecting to Learning Partners Beyond Your Classroom New!
Connect your students to digital learning partners and pen pals outside of your physical classroom.
#168 – AI, ChatGPT, and Education, with Angela Maiers New!
Angela Maiers helps us make sense of generative artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT and consider how this suddenly popular technology impacts education.
#167 – Virtual Guest Speakers New!
In today’s episode, we’ll explore resources to help you find virtual guest speakers to bring into your classroom.
#166 – Project-Based Learning, with A.J. Juliani
A.J. Juliani talks about the benefits of project-based learning (PBL) as well as practical ways to get started with implementing PBL in your classroom.
#165 – Virtual Field Trips
Explore resources that you can use to plan and set up virtual field trips for your students.
Ed Tip: Planning Virtual Field Trips
Explore 10 resources to help you plan a virtual field trip.
Ed Tip: Finding Virtual Guest Speakers
Explore 9 options for bringing virtual guest speakers into your classroom.
Who Takes Care of Our Forests? (Grades 1–2)
In this critical reading lesson, students will examine the interactive text “Who Takes Care of Our Forests?,” which focuses on career and technical education, college and career readiness, social studies, and STEM, using an Isolating Key Information strategy to develop a One-Page Report.
Who Takes Care of Our Forests? (Grades 3–6)
In this critical reading lesson, students will examine the interactive text “Who Takes Care of Our Forests?,” which focuses on career and technical education, college and career readiness, social studies, and STEM, using a Read Like a Content Expert strategy to develop a KWLA Chart.
#164 – Igniting the Fire: Inspiring Students and Educators, with Kevin Honeycutt
Kevin Honeycutt draws upon stories, music, and unique experiences to help students and educators see a path forward, even when things feel dark and hopeless.
#163 – Creating With Multimedia
Explore five multimedia canvases that your students can use to mash up multiple forms of media into one final product.
#162 – Mastery Learning, with Jon Bergmann
Learn the basics of mastery learning, its benefits, how it connects to flipped learning, and how to get started implementing this approach in your classroom.
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