Future-ready students need to be creative. They need to know how to communicate their ideas and how to collaborate as problem solvers. To master these and other twenty-first-century requirements, they will need to be critical thinkers. Engaged students are more likely to internalize learning and apply it to situations beyond the classroom. So how can you get your learners to engage? Follow Brian's journey from his early days as a substitute teacher, to more recently, as a University Instructor, three time TEDx speaker, best selling author and Canadian Prime Minister's Award Recipient For Teaching Excellence.
Code Breaker Power Summit
In this episode we speak to Don Epps and Daphne McMenemy about the July 22-23 virtual Code Breaker Power Summit featuring thought leaders, school leaders, system leaders and teacher leaders! Listen now and save the date!
Road to Awesome
In this episode we speak to Colorado Superintendent Darrin Peppard about leading a school district through a pandemic, drive-thru graduation and his upcoming book called Road To Awesome!
Two Roads Diverged and I Took the Road to Awesome
While Darrin is known for his positive outlook and energy, it hasn't always been that way during his educational career. There was a point when the negative road was 'easy street.'
But then these two questions were asked, "Why does it always have to be about what they do wrong? Why can't it be about what they do right?" This hit Darrin like a bolt of lightning, splitting his path in two...
From that moment on, Darrin has been on the Road To Awesome.
Darrin Peppard is also a motivational speaker, consultant, and leadership coach. Darrin works with organizations and leaders to bring a culture of positive leadership, excellent climate, and results.
Darrin's keen insight along with experiences as a superintendent, school principal, teacher and coach will help bring your organization to a new level. Darrin will get you on the Road To Awesome!!
Find out more at www.codebreakeredu.com!
Distancing in Kindergarten
In this episode we speak to Kindergarten teacher, author and Code Breaker's Social Media Director & Editor, Daphne McMenemy, about writing books, editing books, creative outlets and personal space in kindergarten.
In this episode we speak to Dr. Lindy Ledohowski about academic writing, her start-up, Essay Jack, and her quarantine cat obsession.
EssayJack for students:
Get better grades. Get over writing anxiety and procrastination. Avoid cheating. Get essay writing help as you write.
In this episode we speak to STEM educator Amanda Green about space, student engagement, project based learning and admitting when were don't know something. It is OK to be where you are. It is NOT OK to stay there. Listen now!
In this episode we speak to the Mathematical Jester himself, Sunil Singh, about pop up schools, tequila and liquid coronas, and rescuing CDs and VHS tapes from burning buildings. Oh and of course, math anxiety and learning through play.
"We must teach the student, not the subject."
Mr Aspinall is a Rockstar!
I’m so excited that Brian started a podcast to share his amazing ideas and thoughts on education. Every teacher should listen!