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CNUSDEdChat is a podcast for educators and families covering all things k-12 education. Co Hosts, Ivy Ewell-Eldridge, Annemarie Cortez, Kim Kemmer, Jenny Cordura, and Kate Jackson, chat with experts and practitioners on topics including literacy instruction, cultural proficiency, Common Core Math, NGSS, Edtech, and more. With so many changes occurring in 21st century education and learning, what should teachers and families try tomorrow…try this week… and try this month? follow us on Facebook and Twitter @CNUSDEdChat or email us at CNUSDEdChat@cnusd.k12.ca.us.

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CNUSDEdChat is a podcast for educators and families covering all things k-12 education. Co Hosts, Ivy Ewell-Eldridge, Annemarie Cortez, Kim Kemmer, Jenny Cordura, and Kate Jackson, chat with experts and practitioners on topics including literacy instruction, cultural proficiency, Common Core Math, NGSS, Edtech, and more. With so many changes occurring in 21st century education and learning, what should teachers and families try tomorrow…try this week… and try this month? follow us on Facebook and Twitter @CNUSDEdChat or email us at CNUSDEdChat@cnusd.k12.ca.us.

    Have a Wonderful Break! 2019

    Have a Wonderful Break! 2019

    Have a Wonderful Break! 2019 by CNUSDEdChat

    • 51 sec
    Season 4, Episode 4: The time is right for UDL Now!

    Season 4, Episode 4: The time is right for UDL Now!

    In this episode, Kim sits down with Dr. Katie Novak to discuss the importance of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) a framework that embraces all students and acknowledges the potential barriers imposed by our educational practices. Dr. Novak encourages listeners to consider UDL as a buffet in which all learners have the potential to be successful through choice and support. Dr. Novak eloquently states that it is not our students who are disabled, it is our educational system that is disabling. She challenges educators to consider how we can proactively design a lesson or unit so that all students have equal opportunities to learn.

    • 22 min
    Season 4, Ep. 3: Supporting Our English Language Learners, Dr. Michelle Barrios and Sussan Ortega

    Season 4, Ep. 3: Supporting Our English Language Learners, Dr. Michelle Barrios and Sussan Ortega

    In this episode, Jenny interviews Dr. Michelle Barrios and Sussan Ortega, members of the Corona-Norco USD English Learner and Equity Department. Sussan and Michelle speak to the beauty and the challenge for teachers, schools and families in supporting English Language Learners. They remind educators that our English Language Learners bring a whole range of assets and diversity that contributes to the richness in our classrooms.

    • 18 min
    Season 4, Ep 2: Tech Tools to Strengthen Teaching and Learning--a Chat with CNUSD Innovators

    Season 4, Ep 2: Tech Tools to Strengthen Teaching and Learning--a Chat with CNUSD Innovators

    Kim sits down with the CNUSD edtech innovation team, Director Joe Fuertsch, Laurel Kirchhoff and Roni MacDonald, as they chat about exciting tech tools to enrich student learning. This episode features advice for teachers looking to give tech a try in the classroom and inspiring innovators to follow on social media. Take a listen and learn how you can use technology to tell your story and cultivate an equitable classroom environment.

    • 16 min
    Season 4, Ep 1: Advocating for Education and for Each Other, a chat with Nicholas Ferroni

    Season 4, Ep 1: Advocating for Education and for Each Other, a chat with Nicholas Ferroni

    You may recognize our guest from his active twitter feed, guest appearance on Good Morning America and The View, and not so small photo-op in People magazine, but more than that, Nicholas Ferroni is an educator who seeks to empower both teachers and students. In this episode, Ferroni sits down with Kate to discuss the power of his social experiments in engaging his students and how he uses his national presence to advocate and bring awareness to teachers and the critical work they do for our future generations.

    • 19 min
    Season 3, Episode 8: Teaching for Transfer with Jennifer Fletcher

    Season 3, Episode 8: Teaching for Transfer with Jennifer Fletcher

    How do we prepare students for a world that we know is changing? Jennifer Fletcher shares her work with teaching for transfer, teaching rhetoric in an information saturated world, and teaching for “adaptability rather than compliance.”

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

LizzieHP ,

Useful and inspirational!

I apply ideas and suggestions I hear on this podcast the very next day in my classroom. It is well-produced and more of a conversation than an interview.

odawgie ,

Prep

I love listening to this during my prep!

DannyTodd ,

Great ideas and useful information

I enjoy listening to these conversations because they are about many of the most important elements of education and cover a wide variety of topics ranging from technology to literacy to the vital social-emotional component of our work. I plan to continue the conversation via Twitter.

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