Horizontal Transfer is a weekly podcast hosted by David Knuffke and Paul Andersen, two science teachers firmly enmeshed in what it means to teach science in the modern era. The show focuses on education generally, science education specifically, and a whole large pile of technology. Whatever it is you think you do, or how you might relate to this podcast, give it a try. You might well find that you like it. Feedback and show archive available at www.horizontaltransfer.com
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David could theoretically be SCUBA diving right now.
Paul was in Houston
Crude is apparently best stored in salt domes
Catie J. has no use for a clock in her classroom.
Daniella E. points us toward the NGSS Evidence Statements.
Jacob R. has lived the “reckless” bathroom life with David.
Matt C. advises us to throw off the shackles of Pokemon Go, and embrace the shackles of Ingress
The Central Park Pokemon Swarm
John M. likes his Inquiry Cubes.
David is totally stealing Martin P.’s technique of giving students copies of in-video slides for annotating notes.*Paul has been playing Scandinavian Summer Lawn Games like Kubb - DIY Instructions & Molkky - DIY Instructions
How Bob K. rose to become the uber-vector. Or you could just support the show on Patreon.
This Week's Topic: Tracking
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Paul - Mississippi Basin Model- 99% Invisible: “America’s Last Top Model”
David- EdPuzzle has made a 1-click Zaption import.
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EPISODE SPECIFIC NOTES HERE (IF ANY)
Here is the poll for voting on a Summer Reading Book!
Not So Much
Karen A. would like our permission to use the show for her PD. Here is her answer.
David takes care of all of his ant business with Terro Ant Traps and Diatomaceous Earth
Paul remains a steadfast fan of Paper.
American Radio Works - How Do We Learn Better: Digital or Print?Rearch
High-Low Split: Divergent Cognitive Construal Levels Triggered by Digital and Non-digital Platforms
Sample Behavior Identification Form
We still love our Patreon Patrons.
Bob K has moved to Level 4.
This Week's Topic: Professional Failings
Original Article- “A CV of Failures”
CV of Failures in practiceThe CV of failures
Some sample CVs: Sample 1, Sample 2, Sample 3, Sample 4
David’s CV of Failures
Would you like to share your failures (or your successes) with us? Please do!
Paul learned about Apple-less apple pie
“An Appleless Apple Pie Brought to You By Science”
David learned that the destruction of text messaging will soon be upon us
The GBoard Keyboard has driven David to .gif overload.
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We want your suggestions for Summer Reading 2016
What June looks like in an NYS School District
What June looks like in the schools of most other states.
Sydney B. keeps a list of things that she does over the course of the year.
David S. is doing some hard work with his department members.
David K. points here as the basis of his teaching philosophy.
Chris W. learned that Chuck and Josh of “Stuff You Should Know” didn’t know that Paul Andersen == Bozeman Science.
Our show on CRISPR
David gets a lot of mileage out of tracking spreadsheets and starring files in Google Drive.
Paul has gotten a lot of mileage out of the Next Generation Science Assessments - Task Portal
The Featured Patreon Patron: Valerie May
This Week's Topic: What we are reading
Paul is reading “Failure: Why Science is So Successful” by Stuart Firestein
David is reading “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, “Why Students Don’t Like School” by Daniel Willingham, and“What should we be worried about?”
Bill Gates book recommendations
“Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman
“Fuzzy Nation” by John Scalzi
Paul learned that humans are the Most Dangerous Animals in Yellowstone National Park: Don’t Walk Off Boardwalk, & Don’t Put Bison in Your Car
David learned that there is going to be a new AP Biology Teacher Community Moderator, and his name is KUHNBO!
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