Partial Credit is the podcast that brings together education, pop-culture, and shenanigans! Your hosts, Jeffery Heil, Donnie Piercey, and Jesse Lubinsky, span 3 generations and they've got you covered coast to coast. Sit back, relax, and earn your partial credit.
Six Minutes until Mars Patel Makes a Big Fib for Gen Z
David Kreizman, one of the co-creators of The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel, Six Minutes, and the Big Fib.
Dr. Jason Glass, Kentucky State Commissioner of Education.
You Betcha, Mate
Chris Betcher is a Certified Drone Pilot, World Traveller, Photography Enthusiast, Motorcycle Enthusiast, International Man of Mystery, and most importantly he is older than Jeff!
Sarah The Teacher
Dr. Sarah Thomas, founder of EduMatch joins us this week for a Muppet Draft
Education Nuggets with Gerardo Muñoz
Gerardo Muñoz (he/him/his) has taught Social Studies for 22 years in Denver Public Schools and currently learns with middle and high school students at the Denver Center for International Studies at Baker.
Being the Champion of the Classroom with Texas TOY Eric Hale
Texas TOY Eric Hale
teaching IS political
What a pleasant surprise to hear episode after episode discuss the topics that I think are most integral to being an effective educator—namely, equity. Thank you for amplifying these issues that matter so much.
The education podcast you didn't know you needed but can't live without
This show is amazing. The three hosts have committed to facilitating socio-emotional interfaces via thinking, learning and doing. They are recontextualizing visionary trans-disciplinarity with synergistic effects. They morph classroom-based niches for our 21st Century learners. They transition real-world methodologies through the collaborative process. Most importantly, they strategize diverse explicit direct instruction in authentic, real-world scenarios. I can't heap enough accolades on this show. Listening and learning from this show has been an inflection point in my educational career. Truly, they are closing the achievement gap with each episode. A wonder of a podcast.
Great guys, great conversation!
These guys are great and use lots of humor to relate education and pop culture. A great listen on Friday afternoons in the ride home. One small tweak, I’m hearing large gaps of dead air between segments up to 30 seconds at times. Otherwise awesome podcast; highly recommend.