15 episodes

Welcome to the EduProtocols Podcast! This show focuses on the books, activities, authors, and users of the EDUProtocols series.

The EduProtocols Podcast - presented by Rebel Teacher Alliance EduProtocols

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 14 Ratings

Welcome to the EduProtocols Podcast! This show focuses on the books, activities, authors, and users of the EDUProtocols series.

    Episode 15 - Bringing Cyber Sandwich into Focus w/ Adam Moler

    Episode 15 - Bringing Cyber Sandwich into Focus w/ Adam Moler

    In this episode, we hear from Adam Moler, a middle school social studies teacher who has been utilizing EduProtocols since 2017. Adam discusses the positive impact of protocols on student engagement and academic performance, noting increased success rates and improvement for struggling students. He emphasizes the value of concise activities like the Cyber Sandwich protocol and shares variations he incorporates to maintain student interest. You can follow Adam on Twitter here!

    Please follow @eduprotocols, your hosts Jamie, Fabian, and Scott on Twitter and the show on Twitter and TikTok. Check out the Rebel Teacher Alliance Podcast here.

    Links:


    Moler’s Musings (Adam’s Blog)


    EduProtocols Social Studies Edition


    Adam’s Frayer Model




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    • 24 min
    Episode 14 - Bringing the Primary Edition into Focus w/ Jennifer Dean and Ben Cogswell

    Episode 14 - Bringing the Primary Edition into Focus w/ Jennifer Dean and Ben Cogswell

    Authors Jennifer Dean and Ben Cogswell join the hosts of the Edgy Protocols podcast to discuss their primary edition of the EduProtocols field guide. They share insights on using emojis for teaching phonics and writing, adapting protocols for primary students, setting high expectations, and fostering independence. The discussion addresses skepticism among primary teachers, highlights student growth in vocabulary and language skills, and encourages exploration of their book. The episode closes with information on connecting with the authors and accessing samples of their work, emphasizing the impact of EduProtocols on student engagement and learning in the primary classroom. You can follow them on Twitter here: @Techy_Jenn and @cogswell_ben.

    Please follow @eduprotocols, your hosts Jamie, Fabian, and Scott on Twitter and the show on Twitter and TikTok. Check out the Rebel Teacher Alliance Podcast here.

    Links:


    EDUProtocols Field Guide: Primary Edition
    EDUProtocols Primary Website



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    • 26 min
    Episode 13 - Bringing the Companion Guide into Focus w/ Tisha Richmond

    Episode 13 - Bringing the Companion Guide into Focus w/ Tisha Richmond

    Here you have it! A new season is upon you! We are so excited to be back for another batch of episodes! This time, we have wonderful author, Canva Global Community Manager, and overall awesome person Tisha Richmond on our little program. She tells us all about the digital Eduprotocols Companion Guide and why it is a really smart investment if you want to level up your presentation and template game! You can follow Tisha on the socials here (Twitter) and here (Instagram).

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    Tisha Richmond’s Frayer Model






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    • 27 min
    Episode 12 - Bringing Numbermania into Focus w/ Marlena Hebern

    Episode 12 - Bringing Numbermania into Focus w/ Marlena Hebern

    Episode 12 is out! It is the finale of the first season. And to bookend the run, we have the second half of the EDUProcotols originators Marlena Hebern on. She tells us all about the future of EP and also does a deep dive into Numbermania! What a cool tool to use with your students and teach them critical and creative thinking, communication, and collaboration. You can follow Marlena on Twitter and of course on www.eduprotocols.com and plus.eduprotocols.com



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     Marlena Hebern’s Frayer Model


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    • 35 min
    Episode 11 - Bringing MathReps into Focus w/ Lisa Nowakowski

    Episode 11 - Bringing MathReps into Focus w/ Lisa Nowakowski

    Welcome to episode 11! This time is all about Math! Lisa Nowakowski, author of the EduProtocols Field Guide Math Edition, fills us in on her favorite protocol: MathReps! She talks about how she came up with it and how the use of it can truly impact student learning and achievement! We also have an exciting announcement you do not want to miss!

    You can follow Lisa on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

    Links:


    Lisa Nowakowski’s Frayer Model




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    • 36 min
    Episode 10 - Bringing Frayer Models into Focus w/ Ariana Hernandez

    Episode 10 - Bringing Frayer Models into Focus w/ Ariana Hernandez

    Episode 10 is in the house! This time, the crew talks with fantastic science teacher Ariana Hernandez! The way she uses Frayer Models, an incredibly versatile tool, is very creative and you will for sure find a way to incorporate it into your class! Check out Ariana on Twitter and TikTok.

    Please follow @eduprotocols on Twitter, follow your hosts Jamie, Fabian, and Scott on Twitter and the show on Twitter and TikTok. Check out the Rebel Teacher Alliance Podcast here.

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    Ariana Hernandez’ Frayer Model






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    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Sethtponder ,

Great suggestions for the classroom that you can use the next day

I find myself listening to this pod when I’m mowing the lawn. My neighbors probably think I’m crazy because I’ll stop mowing for a few seconds to write notes in my phone from great suggestions that I will try in my classroom. Keep up the good work.

MrsQueenieMaam ,

Great info and banter, but…

Please get the audio between speakers more even between each. If I turn it up loudly enough to hear the gentlemen and guests, she is very loud. Her volume is fine—it is the quiet I have to turn waaaay up for. If I switch to another podcast, audiobook, or music, I have to turn it down a lot or it blares in comparison due to having to compensate for the very soft volume of most speakers in this helpful, interesting program. The guest choices have been wonderful. I love that you include links to information.

Love the resources and ideas, but it is jarring to have the extreme audio level switches. Perhaps this improves as I work through the series, as I am only on episode 4 so far. I hope so, because I really want to listen to them all but I have to brace myself for the audio roller coaster ride. ;-)

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