Digital Learning Radio is a podcast dedicated to exploring ways to use technology to empower learning within a classroom, campus, or district. Each week, our conversations center around living, learning, and leading with technology. The hosts are members of the Region 10 Education Service Center’s Digital Learning Team, and we frequently interview educators and other guests from around the country. Whether you’re looking for resources, favorite tech tips and tools, or want to hear ways technology can help us learn, connect, and grow, this podcast is for all educators looking for ways to leverage technology in order to thrive in a digital world.
Transforming Learning from Emergency Remote to Emerging Redesign
In the final episode of the season, Kathryn and Laura spend some time discussing a few of their favorite ideas regarding transforming the new semester and new school year for the fall of 2020 as education moves from emergency remote to emerging redesign.
Transforming Learning Through Feedback for Students
In this episode Kathryn and Laura continue the conversation about feedback, this time through the lens of students. They discuss tech tools that have come to the rescue to use to provide authentic feedback to students during emergency remote learning and delve into the idea of feedback driven metacognition.
Transforming Learning Through Feedback for Educators
In this episode Kathryn and Laura have a discussion about the third pillar of The New Pillars of Modern Teaching: feedback. Centering the conversation around the types of feedback that have been prevalent during emergency remote learning, they discuss what constitutes effective feedback and how to leverage it in preparing to end the current semester and plan for a transformed future.
Transforming Learning Through Curation for Students
In this episode Kathryn and Laura continue the curation conversation based on the book The New Pillars of Modern Teaching. Today’s episode focuses on curation for students, and the transformation of our class design to foster students’ ability to own their learning and fill in gaps through the critical thinking required to scan, sense-make, and share curated resources.
Transforming Learning Through Curation for Educators
In this episode Kathryn and Laura discuss curation for educators based on the book The New Pillars of Modern Teaching. Today’s conversation focuses on the how and why of sifting through information overload to emerge better organized and enabled to locate and share our learning.
Transforming Learning Through Design for Students
In this episode Kathryn and Laura continue discussing design, this time filtered through the lens of students, and based on the book The New Pillars of Modern Teaching. They discuss how remote learning allows opportunities for students to own their learning and develop agency in learning processes. Today’s conversation imagines how some of our current remote realities can continue and transform the design of our classrooms and learning in the fall.