Learn quick and easy ways to improve education, leadership, and parenting: How to replace traditional homework; how to improve leadership; how to integrate new technology; how to assess for learning; how to eliminate useless meetings; how to engage even the most reluctant learners; how to inspire a lifelong love of reading; how to combine writing with the maker space; how to take learning mobile; how to improve social media strategies. Teacher/author/global influencer Mark Barnes, creator of the Bestselling Hack Learning Book Series, explains precisely what's wrong with education and what you can do about it, tomorrow; because you don't need a 5-year plan. Learn more at http://10publications.com.
153: Preparing for Change in Education
Mark is joined by two national distinguished principals, Tony Sinanis, an administrator in New York and co-author of Hacking Leadership, and Jessica Cabeen, a principal in Minnesota and author of Lead With Grace and Hacking Early Learning. In this excerpt of a Times 10 Roundtable webinar, the three educators discuss the problems teachers and leaders are facing during the global pandemic and how to prepare for the huge changes we're facing in education, in what is sure to be some kind of blended learning environment now and in the future.
Learn more at 10Publications.com/webinars
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152: Tips and tools to identify anxiety and help students cope
In this brief excerpt from the Times 10 Roundtable, Mark Barnes talks with anxiety experts Christine Ravesi-Weinstein and Connie Hamilton about anxious students' triggers, while providing powerful tips and tools for helping our kids cope with anxiety, in a pandemic society and beyond.
To view the entire hour-long, free webinar, visit https://www.10publications.com/webinars
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151: Hacking Distance Learning in a Pandemic World and Beyond
Mark Barnes shares an excerpt of the Times 10 Roundtable Webinar--Hacking Distance Learning: How to Deliver Impactful Instruction When Teaching from Home.
Times 10 teachers, school leaders, and authors unpack the problems educators face with distance learning, in a climate of uncertainty, and they provide sound, practical strategies and tools that will make you successful at any level and in any subject.
To see the entire hour-long discussion or other Roundtables, visit 10Publications.com/webinars
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150: Spare the rod, SAVE the child
A school district in Texas is bringing back the paddle, because some parents okayed teachers hitting their children. Mark Barnes compares this to 1950s style discipline and shares the thoughts of Nathan Maynard, co-author of Hacking School Discipline, on the subject. There are better ways to handle behavior issues in class and hitting is never okay, Maynard says. In the end, Barnes says, "Spare the rod, save the child!" What do you say.
For more from Times 10 and the Hack Learning Podcast, visit us at 10Publications.com
149: How you can LEARN to be a Modern Mentor
The focus and goal of mentoring is not to point out weak performance, but rather to shape a career and develop potential. Before you can be a mentor, you have to LEARN what it means to be a Modern Mentor. Mark Barnes shares the LEARN model from Modern Mentor and how you can apply it in your space, no matter what role you play.
Find additional notes for this episode at http://10publications.com/learn-how-to-be-a-mentor
148: How to connect with introverts
James had what appeared to be some major problems. How did his teacher connect with this introverted student? You'll be amazed at how simple it was.
For more on connecting with introverted students, look inside Quiet Kids Count: Unleashing the True Potential of Introverts, on Amazon
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Thanks for this shot in the arm podcast. Topics are always relevant and give encouragement to try new things and think critically about what we're doing in our 21st century classrooms.
I’m down with this podcast but as of episode 144 there are random ads for non educational things. Right smack in the middle of 144 there was an ad for google pixel. Super annoying.
I am a long time enthusiastic listener, but I am pretty shocked by the mean tone of the new intro. Why is it considered ok to speak to colleagues in a kind of patronizing and vicious tone that we would not dream of using with students? It does not help teachers who want to improve, but don't know how. Would be great to hear the more positive tone again.