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Tim Bedley

Tim Bedley has been teaching elementary school since 1988. He was recognized as the 2013 Riverside County Teacher of the year. Tim is also the founder of America's number one educational rock band, Rockin' the Standards. He also produces two podcast found on iTunes: The Bedley Bros. and The 5-Minute MishMash. Tim and his brother Scott are co-founders of Global School Play Day, a grassroots movement to promote unstructured play with today's youths.

3 thoughts on “Tim’s Projects”

  1. Tim, my name is Jason Xenos I am a student closing in on my B-degree (Social Sciences with secondary education concentration). I was doing an observation/ teacher evaluation for an essay I’m writing regarding Instructional philosophies and teaching strategies. I have to say that I was blown away by what I saw! I have been a touring musician most my life; now I manage a live audio production company and partner with a local recording studio as a talent developer/ songwriter/ producer. I have always had a passion for learning and for children, so I have decided to shift gears and pursue a teaching career. You have inspired me and I thought you might appreciate hearing that. I would love to observe some of your lessons so that I can adopt your existentialistic approach. Take care and keep it going… Society needs educators like you.
    Jason Xenos

  2. I want to incorporate more technology in my classroom BUT there is SO much out there I am overwhelmed where to start. I want to podcast and blog with my students. What are your suggestions? I wish I had a secretary! I would have them set everything up and teach me how to do everything! HAHA!

  3. Dear Mr. Bedley

                 Hi I’m Kate and I’m Layla. We are two sixth graders from Guy B Brown public school. As a class we have started researching what makes a good learning environment. We are looking at what makes a better emotional,social, learning centered,physical,brain functioning classroom than the traditional setup.We are researching how furniture makes a good physical environment, and as we were researching we came across your website. We have seen what you have done to your classroom. Some of our students in our class think that the lack of tables would make it difficult to work. Others think it would be awesome. We were wondering if it has helped your students improve their  learning or if they find it awkward to work without a table. We are interested in your opinions and your students thoughts as we are moving towards the same class setup. Thanks for your help.
                                                                                                                   Sincerely, Kate and Layla 

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