The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep 25: The Two Sisters



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.

Show Notes

The Daily Cafe

The Two Sisters


 

The Bedley Bros #EdChat Ep 24: Susan Cain


Join my brother Scott and me as we speak with author Susan Cain. Susan shares how educators and parents can impact their classrooms for those students who may be introverted. Susan talks about best practices that you may want to consider offering as you plan for your school year. Listen to this powerful discussion about introversion in the classroom on The Bedley Brothers EdChat episode 24.

Show Notes

Watch Susan’s TED Talk

Visit Susan’s website

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The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 23: Shannon Miller


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!

Show Notes

Shannon Miller’s Website

The Bedley Bros. EdChat Ep. 22: Joan Young


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.

Show Notes

Finding Joan on the Web

TouchCast App (Free!)

Google Apps for Education

 

 

The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 21: Gene Bedley


The Bedley Bros. have finally reached the pinnacle of education rock stars. This week, we interview our dad, Gene Bedley. Dad was honored as the PTA National Educator of the Year in 1985. He is the Executive Director of the National Character Education Center. Our dad’s innovative work in values-based education has brought him national and international acclaim and recognition by receiving the Rotary, Paul Harris National Outstanding Educator Award and the prestigious Milken Family Foundation National Award for his work in value-based education. The Bureau of Education’s presented Dad with the National Distinguished Teacher Award for his work in character development and school discipline.

He has been described as a Catalyst, Climate Creator, “Value Driven” educator with a compelling message for Americas teachers, parents, and children. Dad Bedley believes that responsibility is the foundational value of all the core values. As a learning behavior strategist, he has trained over 3,000,000 educators from around the world and his Values in Action! Program is in over 25,000 schools worldwide.

But most importantly, he’s a great dad.


The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep 20: Alice Keeler


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…

Show Notes

Alice Keeler on Twitter

Alice Keeler’s Website

The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 19: Ramsey Musallam


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.

Show Notes

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

 

 

The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 18: Kyle Pace


Scott and I had a great discussion with Kyle Pace about effective professional development and Google Apps. Kyle is on the cutting edge of EdTech and trains teachers throughout the United States. This is one episode you won’t want to miss!

Show Notes

Kyle Pace’s Website

Follow Kyle on Twitter

Give Blood, Play Hockey

Common Core Read Aloud Teacher’s Cheat Sheet

 

 

The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 16: Rebecca Wildman and Fred Sitkins



Teacher Rebecca Wildman and her principal Fred Sitkins are changing the face of education through their use of iTunes U for elementary students in Michigan and around the world. Watch as they explain the endless possibilities of this eduawesome platform.


Show Notes

iPad PD Rebecca and Fred’s website where they house their iTunes U courses and a whole lot more!

Flipping PD in iTunes U

Greg Tang Math

GiveBloodPlayHockey.org

The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 14: Dr. Brian O’Connor



Scott and I interview Dr. Brian O’Connor, expert in Lesson Study, a professional development program that actually changes classroom practice. Scott shares his tip on using Buzz Mob to communicate with parents. I talk about Google Apps (Google Drive) as an easy and free way to do word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and drawings. Enjoy!

Show Notes

Lesson Study Search

Buzz Mob Website

Sign up for Google Apps

Video: Using Google Apps to Monitor Student Writing