School leaders have tight schedules and little time. It is difficult to keep current with educational trends and see what is happening in other schools.
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Leaving the Classroom
Sean is quitting...teaching that is. How did a 17-year career come to an end? Was it the pandemic, was it the riots, did those things have anything to do with it? Find out today, in THOUGHT LEADERS.
What's With TFA (Teach for America)?
Seamus and Sean welcome back Joseph Ciesielski and new guest, Patrick Britton to the studio to ask the questions; What is TFA? Why is it so polarizing? Is TFA effective? Should we be ok with TFA in our schools?
S1E5 Chapter 2: Listener Mail: DeVos and Class Size
Seamus invites his wife, Lauren, into the studio to discuss Betsy DeVos’ comments on class size. They go further by exploring the idea of using biomimicry to better understand the class size debate.
S1E5 Chapter 3: Thought Leaders: Making Choices
Sean gives us another fantastic set of thoughts regarding the overuse of data, choices, and keeping fresh as an educator.
S1E5 Chapter 4: Journal Club: Best Practice, Fourth Edition: Bringing Standards to Life in America's Classrooms by Steven Zemelman, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, and Arthur Hyde
Friends of the show, Rose Martin, joins Seamus in the studio to play a little game about making ok classroom practices better by reviewing the book, Best Practice, Fourth Edition: Bringing Standards to Life in America's Classrooms by Steven Zemelman, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, and Arthur Hyde.
S1E5 Chapter 5: Case Study & Round Table: X-Block at Design Lab with Eric Juli and Jessica Yox
Katharine narrates the curious case of principal Eric Juli’s effort to make for authentic learning and learning-by-doing at the high school level. Hear what X-block is all about and see what generalizes to your practice.
I really learned something!
I have been teaching for a long time, but I loved the way this podcast kind of shakes things up, clarifies terms you thought you knew, and gives you various perspectives in creative and interesting ways. This is not your usual format either. The short segments are listener friendly and engaging. The interviews are compelling, and at times surprising because you hear different opinions. The most surprising thing about this podcast is that it is not afraid to evaluate the newest trends and say what many educators are really thinking and feeling, as they navigate their way through being successful in this field. The journal segment really has me looking further into Hattie to learn more about my effectiveness as a teacher.
Not your average EdPod
Seamus and crew make an enjoyable and informative launch into all things US education. It’s divided up into different segments, which is so nice. The entire pod is like sitting in the workroom with your favorite likeminded coworkers and really geeking out on making education better. Keep up the great work!