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!
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Engage NY Common Core Materials
Ahoy! Dave Burgess is the author of the ridiculously popular book Teach Like a Pirate. On today’s show he takes us beyond the pages of his book and challenges us to take student engagement to another level. This episode isn’t for ye land lubbers, so proceed with caution. Aye aye!
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Teach Like a Pirate on Amazon
Chronicles of Narnia as Free Audio Books
Charismatic, humble, and lighthearted, Genein Letford is a finalist for the People Magazine’s Teacher of the Year award. She teaches music in Los Angeles and has received acclaim for her innovative approaches to integrating the arts into the regular ed classroom. It’s another dynamic episode of the Bedley Bros. EdChat! Free PD baby!
Genein Letford on Twitter
American Teacher book
On Episode 27 of The Bedley Bros EdChat, Scott and I have a flippin’ great time interviewing the father and face of the Flipped Classroom, Jonathan Bergmann. What is the Flipped Classroom? What is it not? Jon explains how to use the Flipped Class model in an effective manner. How do we get our students really tuned in to the instructional videos? How do you create enough quizzes to implement mastery learning? You won’t want to miss this episode of The Bedley Bros. EdChat!
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Simon Sinek TED Talk
In the latest episode of the Bedley Bros EdChat, Scott and I learn more about blended learning from one of education’s foremost experts on the subject, Catlin Tucker. Catlin was one of the keynote speakers at last year’s CUE conference in Palm Springs. Catlin will challenge your view of what education should look like. Do your students back channel? Tune in and learn more.
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Gail Boushey and Joan Moser, real life sisters, are the authors of one of the most popular books for teachers over the past several years, The Daily 5. The Two Sisters impact on teachers reaching well beyond just language arts instruction, but also into classroom management and character development. Scott and Tim engage in a lively discussion with these two down-to-earth powerhouse educators about topics like investing in kids, misconceptions about the Daily 5, and developing student skills to support the common core standards.
The Daily Cafe
The Two Sisters
Shannon Miller is probably the most famous librarian on the planet. Shannon is an author, teacher, tech guru, and more. Join my brother Scott and me as we learn from the amazing Shannon Miller!
Shannon Miller’s Website
Joan Young is a leading voice for student self-efficacy. She has a background in psychology and counseling. Joan is a published author and currently is a teacher coach. On this episode Joan encourages teachers to connect in a positive way with students and their families.
Finding Joan on the Web
TouchCast App (Free!)
Google Apps for Education
So the planning for this episode went something like this…
Hey Tim, we’re having Alice Keeler on the show!
Cool. What are we going to discuss?
We’re going to try something new. We are going to have a debate. Chromebook vs. iPad.
Oh, that sounds fun. Who’s she debating?
You. You’re taking the iPad side.
And then came the show…where I made a complete fool of myself. But Alice is super fun and knows her tech like a champ. Get ready for the most entertaining Bedley Bros EdChat yet. And the winner is…
Alice Keeler on Twitter
Alice Keeler’s Website
With almost a half million views to date, Ramsey Musallam’s inspiring message of how he fosters curiousity in his high school students is one of the most popular teacher TED Talks on the Internet. Ramsey sat down with Scott and me to have a casual and candid time talking shop.
Ramsey Musallam’s Blog Cycles of Learning
Infinite Thinking Machine
If This Then That (IFTTT)
Curiosity Article from Stanford
The End of Molasses Classes by Ron Clark