Dive into the network designed specifically for Middle School Teachers, as co-hosts Mike, Jeannine, and Matt share a conversation with Joy Rosser and Bruce Vosburgh. With more than 50 years of combined school experience, Joy and Bruce give insights into the Association for Middle Level Educations (AMLE) and more specifically its Pennsylvania affiliate PAMLE. Lots of plugs in this episode, including: Joy's recent book Sharing Mindsets, AMLE's National Schools to Watch, Ted Dintersmith's book What School Could Be, Online Voice Recorder, and Education Reimagined. Music by Ketsa.
Join us as we explore the power of networks with Northeastern University professor Dr. Chris Unger. Chris talks about the value of building one's personal network and plugs a number of different individuals and schools pushing the envelope of education. Plugs include: Blue Valley CAPS, Iowa BIG, One Stone, Tri-County Early College, the Charlotte Lab School, Getting Smart, Tacoma School's iDEA, Upper Valley Educators Institute, Lyndon Institute's J-Term, Go Boundless, and, of course, Northeastern University's NExT initiative. Music by Ketsa.
This is our first installment in our series on school networks. This episode features special guest Deyonne Jackson of the Woods Learning Center in Casper, WY. We talk with Deyonne about the 100+ school network of Teacher Powered Schools and how they're making us rethink education. Music by Ketsa.
In our third episode, co-hosts Mike, Matt, Jeannine, and Julie are joined by Founder of The Educators Room Fran Warren. We talk about Teacher Self-Care, a critical topic in the time of constant video conferences and working from home. Our focus on work/life balance is timely when balance seems increasingly elusive. Music by Ketsa.
The COVID-19 pandemic has required teachers and schools to rethink their relationship to technology. In this episode, Julie, Mike, Matt, and Jeannine talk about their approach to technology use, their student's responses, and some thoughts for our future use of tech in education. Music by Ketsa.
In our first episode, join our podcast's co-hosts Mike Dunn, Julie Cook, Jeannine Dunn, and Matt Downing as they talk about their experiences as teachers in the time of COVID-19. Under stay-at-home orders, all our co-hosts talk about their new normal, balancing family priorities, and what this pandemic has meant for their schools and their practice. Music by Ketsa.