It's been a while and I appologize. You will understand what I was carrying that made it difficult to create new content.
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This week we are taking a look at Professional Development and Conferences.
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This week I am talking about the role of determination in the life of an educator. We face challenges that few other professions see. I take a look at how to make the most out of your inner drive and keep on being a great educator. Make your
This week I had some audio troubles with the recorded episode. This is from the IEA RA on April 20th, 2018. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Mei-Ling Ho-Shing addressed the Illinois Education Association Representative Assembly.
It's job season! If you are looking to find your first job or seeking a new home this is the time of year to get busy.
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This is the audio from my Panel at C2E2 in Chicago on Aprl 7th. On the panel with me is Anny Rusk, Jim McClain, Amy Hopkins, and Karen Horting.
Comics and STEM Creating Pathways for the Future
With increased reliance on technology in the 21st
Recently I spoke to the Northern Illinois University chapter of the Society of Women Engineers at their end of year honors dinner. It was a great experience and I was honored that they thought I had something extra to teach them. In this epis
This week I am solo and discussing my thoughts on Standardized Testing. Please let me know what you think.
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Thank you to everyone who reached out to me after last week's episode! I'm changing the format of the show and look forward to getting back to you with new episodes. This is the 2nd crossover episode from my appearance on Classroom Brew.
This episode is different from others. I am sorry that I don't have more to say in the notes, but I will suggest you contact me on social media if you have any comments or thoughts to share.
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It has been too long and I apologize. I'm changing the format of the show and look forward to getting back to you with new episodes. This is a crossover episode from my appearance on Classroom Brew.
Host Michael Espinos speaks with Special Education Teacher Mary Conoboy about how alternative teaching methods can be used in the classroom. They have been using a modified version of Dungeons and Dragons to teach students with special needs.
Bring a one-two punch to teaching STEAM: text and images teaming up in comics! Comics have been shown to improve reader engagement while enhancing both comprehension and retention. And with the new emphasis on reading nonfiction, academic vocab
YAY! We're back! I'm sorry I don't have a guest this week. It turns out everyone is "busy" at the start of the year. This year I have a few new projects and I am excited to talk about the one that I took out for it's first test drive today.
I know it has been quiet over the summer and I apologize. It isn't that I don't want to record it is just that finding teachers is tough. Please let me know if you are interested in being a guest.
I have just returned from the National Educa
An old friend and recent colleague Alexander Hamilton joins me to talk about what life is like as a 2nd career teacher. Many teachers arrive at the profession after their first profession. We take a look at how being a 2nd career teacher affe
I am joined again by the great Kelly Funk. We discuss all things EdTech. It turns out that I can't shut up and we both wind down as the late hour wears on. Don't let that stop you because there is gold near the end. Strap yourself in for so
Let me start by saying this episode was a lesson in technical difficulties. It took three mics breaking just to get what I have. Jessica Cross is a great student teacher and has a lot of good insights into her experience. I was glad I got to
This week we talk about the First LEGO League with Ms. Kelly Funk (Twitter: @KellyFunk94 ) she tells us how it wasto build a competitive team from the ground up. Ms. Funk has inspired students to dive deep into STEAM and despite being tired in
No guest this week. It is just my feelings after this year's Illinois Education Association's Representative Assembly has concluded. I just look back on the success and failures of this gathering and offer my thoughts on how things went as wel
This is the audio from my Panel at C2E2 in Chicago on March 18th. You can see me at the Palatine Maker Faire (Twitter: @PalatineMakers ) You can also find me at Denver Comic Con (Twitter: @DenverComicCon )on June 17th. Come chek out the live
This week we talk with a legend of education, Lois Malcak (Twitter: @LoisMalcak ) she tells us how it was back in the day. I am always happy to hear her stories and I can't wait to have her back because I know for a fact she held back.
Mr. Whitaker and I share stories from some of the craziest things that students have said or done in class. Tie on your capes and come along with us for another Honest Teacher Podcast.
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This week Mr. Ronnell Whitaker and I discuss what makes a poor school a tough school. We look at the importance of leadership and try to restore our faith in education. Being in a place you can make a difference can be hard and it takes a sup
The Dark Lord of Special Ed returns and we talkabout school funding, teenage love and one of us says "Um" a lot. Don't forget to check us out on all the social media.
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