Mike Lawrence’s list of credentials is a mile long: Executive Director of CUE, 2003 Apple Distinguished Educator, assisted in the development and launch of Discovery Education Network, Co-Founder of the Google Certified Teacher Program, Co-Executive Director of the Infinite Thinking Machine, Member ISTE Board of Directors, Director California Student Media Festival, and an all-around good guy. Mike talks about some of the exciting ventures he’s involved in and breaks the news of this year’s CUE Conference closing Keynote!
Sree Sreenivasan is the Chief Digital Officer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the most popular tourist attraction in the entire city. He is an expert on social media and infusing digital resources with the physical world. Scott and I interview Sree and learn more about online resources to teach art as well as social media tips for teachers.
Nick Provenzo is an Evernote guru and is an official ambassador for the product. In episode 35, Nick, otherwise known as The Nerdy Teacher, teaches Scott and me the power of using Evernote to simplify your teaching life. Recorded on the day before Halloween, this episode is sure to engage, educate and entertain!
Sean Ziebarth and David Theriault are high school teachers on a mission. They are connected to other educators on social media and believe in engaging their students in outside the box activities. Tune in to this special Halloween episode as David, Sean, Scott and I discuss topics like blogging, music, and student centered education. This is probably our zaniest show yet. Enjoy!
2013 National Teacher of the Year, Jeff Charbonneau, a high school science teacher from Washington, shares what it’s like to be the Teacher of the Year and gives some great ideas for classroom teachers. Jeff’s philosophy centers around his understanding of the power of developing relationships. Tune in to episode 33 of the most popular education podcast hosted by brothers!