The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep 31: Genein Letford


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!

Show Notes

Genein Letford on Twitter

American Teacher book

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. 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

The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 11: Adam Bellow


Adam Bellow will be making the Keynote Presentation for this year’s ISTE conference in San Antonio, Texas. Get to know Adam and his many talents with edtech in this week’s episode of The Bedley Bros.

Show Notes
Adam’s Website, EduTecher

Follow Adam on Twitter

Contribute a lesson idea to Adam’s ISTE presentation

Scott’s Surprise Visit from the Orange County Dept. of Ed

The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 10: Rick Morris


The Bedley Bros. have a sit-down with the guru of classroom management and instructional strategies, Rick Morris. He shares thoughts on the Independent Classroom Culture, “happy productive.” Rick believes that classrooms are not going to be truly happy places unless the students operate independently.

Rick Morris’s Website “New Management”

 

The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 9: Interview with Alex Kajitani



Watch Alex’s engaging discussion with Tim and Scott on the latest episode of The Bedley Bros. EdChat. Alex, the 2009 California Teacher of the Year, shares ideas from his new book Teacher of the Year Handbook. Both of the Bedley Bros. also share a quick tip for teachers. Whether or not you are in the running for Teacher of the Year, educators will benefit from this lively interview with the Rappin’ Mathematician.

Show Notes

Teacher of the Year Handbook

Rappin’ Mathematician

Alex on Twitter

The Bedley Bros. #EdChat Ep. 7: Interview with Tim Green



Dr. Tim Green, professor of EdTech at Cal State Fullerton in Southern California, shares his thoughts on teacher collaboration and 1:1 technology implementation. Dr. Green has a great deal of experience working with school districts and teachers to effectively use technology to reach all learners. And have you heard of Google Keep? Take a listen as Tim, Scott and Tim discuss cutting edge education ideas on Episode 7 of The Bedley Bros. EdChat.

Show Notes

Evernote https://evernote.com/

Google Keep https://drive.google.com/keep/u/0/

Quick Tip Article http://www.all4ed.org/files/CultureShift.pdf

 

The Bedley Bros. #Edchat Ep. 6 – Bye Bye Letter Grades?



In episode 6 of the Bedley Bros, Tim describes how 2/3 of his students and their parents opted out of letter grades this year. He addresses the obstacles and shares the triumphs of de-grading his class.

Show links: Class Dojo, Three Ring Digital Portfolios, Game Buzzers Free App