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Dec 27, 2015

On this episode, we chat with my colleague, Krista Inchausti. Like me, she is a K-8 Educational Innovation Coordinator, or what we call ourselves - an EIC.  Krista who has over 17 years experience in education, shares valuable insights on the importance of relationships and what it means to be innovative.

Krista shares her ”aha moment" on what resonates with her to this day. 

We also dissect the pushback on technology and innovation that is being mandated on education today. What does technology and innovation  in schools really do with our teaching? 

Also, she gives an extremely simple but valuable time saving tip for teachers. It only takes 5 minutes a day, but will save you so much frustration when you need it.

Mentioned on this episode:

Studio 360

RadioLab

The Memory Palace

 

Dec 25, 2015

Christmas message to everyone!

Dec 21, 2015

In this episode we talk about the issue of cursive in the classroom.  Should we still teach it in our classrooms?  Do teachers even have time to teach students when they are so pressed for time as it is?

Nov 22, 2015

Fred participated in a world-wide webinar with the Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools.

With five other cutting edge schools, Fred shares his school's experience on the transformation from the antiquated computer lab model to a more dynamic and hands on learning experience of a flexible maker space studio.

Aug 7, 2015

Sharon and Fred discuss how limited technology resources in the classroom can be extremely frustrating. 

We share a few strategies and project ideas that can help your students be engaged and develop their skills with only one iPad in you classroom.

Join us and let's discover some simple, yet powerful ways to use technology in your tech strapped classroom!

Aug 5, 2015

In this episode, we give an overview of the survey results they have gotten the past couple weeks. We've identified (and confirmed our suspicions) the problems teachers face using technology in their classrooms

Sharon talks about her incredible experience at the first inauguaral Better Together Teachers Summit.  She shares what made it so inspiring and something all teachers need to look out for!

Join us as we share a lot of good insights and what we are plans are.

Get our 19 Tech Skills Every Teacher Must Develop here.

 

Music by:

"Presenterator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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Jul 13, 2015

This is part 2 with Fred and you can find part 1 (episode 18) with Sharon here.  Wecatch up with what went on during our haitus.  Then, we share our goals and plans with you and we do an end of year review of this school year.  

Jul 11, 2015

On episode 20, we continue breaking down our popular "19 Tech Skills Every Teacher Must Develop." Make sure you listen to episode 19 first and to download the free PDF!

Jul 9, 2015

This episode, we breakdown our hugely popular FREE giveaway, 19 Tech Skills Every Teacher Must Develop This Summer.

There has been a lot of questions and Sharon and I clarify and add a lot of info to each of the points.  Get the download and follow us along as we go beyond the list.

Jul 1, 2015

We're back and we catch up with what went on during our haitus.  Then, we share our goals and plans with you and we do an end of year review of this school year.  This is part 1 with Sharon.

Apr 23, 2015

This is our first interview!  In this episode, we ge together with our good friend and teacher, Elena.  She shares some great insights that can help our listeners take their teaching to the next level. Join us and check it out!

Apr 16, 2015

As Sharon has been in the public school system, she found out about one of the best resources to get funding for classroom and teaching materials every teacher should explore--DonorsChoose.org!

Its a great organization where any public school teacher can create a proposal for classroom furniture, technology tools, teaching materials - anything related to teaching and learning.  

Apr 11, 2015

Spring Break!  It was such a long awaited and so very welcome time to take time off from teaching.  This year, Sharon and Fred had their breaks coincide perfectly. In years past, their respective schools had different weeks for Spring Break. 

This year, they took their young family to Hawaii. This is Fred's first time there and he shares his wide-eyed view of his first visit.  Let's just say, he wants to go again.  

Fred and Sharon share some tips traveling with young children and what to consider logistically.  One lesson, travel later when kids are older! Just kidding.  

They also share some learning tips when visiting Pearl Harbor and during the airplane ride and how you can use those times to spark teaching ideas.

Aloha!

Mar 26, 2015

In the 14th episode, we talk about "teaching on the fly."  This is something they don't teach you in credential school.  It isn't even on a job description! 

 

We'll explore what this is, the ways to recognize it and how to develop it in your classroom.  Its an extremely valuable skill for any teacher to use. Join us and check it out!

Mar 17, 2015

In the spirit of sharing our favorite productivity tools in Ep. 11 & 12, we thought you’d like to know what furniture and equipment we use in our classrooms and why.  Perhaps you need a classroom makeover or have been looking for easy solutions to make your teaching smoother? Well, we are here to help you out! We’ll go over each item and suggest alternative methods to achieve the same outcome as sometimes budget is a big reason why we have a hard time getting what we want.

Mar 10, 2015

This is part 2 of 2 where Sharon and Fred share their favorite productivity tools.  These tools in particular, are especially valuable for managing their own personal workflow.  Join us now and see if these can work for you too!

 

Have one or two tools that you like? Let us know! Please leave a review, rating and subscribe! Thanks!

Mar 4, 2015

In episode 11, This is part 1 of 2 where Sharon and Fred share their favorite productivity tools.  These tools in particular, are especially valuable for managing their own personal workflow.  Join us now and see if these can work for you too!

 

Have one or two tools that you like? Let us know! Please leave a review, rating and subscribe! Thanks!

Feb 22, 2015

Yup! We are back after a week haitus! Its so good to be back.  In this episode, we ask the question: Are teachers learners? You would assume that teachers are automatiically are learners.  But, we do share what can prevent us from learning.  This is the logical extension of our very popular TBP 006: Burnt Out on Teacher Burnout episode.

 

We share our insights on why we should be learners, the obstacles that can take away our passion on learning and finally we share our solutions on how to keep going.

 

Don't forget to leave an honest review! It means a lot for us on iTunes - its free!

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Feb 10, 2015

This is the Bits & Pieces episode, where we put a little bit of everything from the past week and roll it into one!


The new TV show, Fresh Off the Boat as it explores growing up as Asian Americans


Tech Timeout -  our  effort to raise awareness of digital distractions through encouraging students (and adults) to voluntarily abstain from certain devices for a 72 hour period on Feb. 12-14


Fred's school Tech Time Out participation and the TeachThought article

Dan Meyer’s Be Less Helpful. Student independence, student centered classroom. Watch Dan's TED Talk here: Math needs a makeover


Sharon's classroom shapes experiment, which was referenced to TBP 006: Burnt Out on Teacher Burnout and go w/teachable moments
; Student-centered learning


Feb 1, 2015

In this episode, Fred & Sharon share their favorite tips and some cool new ways to have a successful and efficient Parent-Teacher Conference.  

Jan 26, 2015

In this episode, we share the struggles we're currently facing and how we're pushing through them. We discuss our attempts of using several strategies of taking the negative stuff and turning them into positives.

Maybe you can relate with what we're sharing, or maybe you've already turned your struggles into positives, join us and see if this all sounds familiar. 

Please subscribe, rate and give an honest review as it'll make our show better. It also helps us be discovered by other like minded educators. 

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Thank you!

Fred & Sharon

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Jan 20, 2015

Have you ever felt burnt out? Of course you have! We bet you've even read quite a few tips and strategies on how to prevent and deal with teacher burn out.  Well, here is our take on teacher burnout and hear about The 6 Fingered Man! 

 

Join us and please subscribe, rate and leave an honest review so we can get better and be discovered by other awesome teachers! 

Jan 13, 2015

A good friend is considering a career change and wants to be a teacher.  In this episode, we share our tips and experiences on what to do BEFORE credential school.  These tips will help guide the aspiring teacher on what they need to do to help build their skills and passion in teaching.  

Dec 22, 2014

Today, we talk about what the Hour of Code is all about, why to participate in it.  We break down the 4C's of 21st Century learning and computational thinking. We then share what cool projects we've done to go beyond the Hour of Code in your the classroom. 

Dec 20, 2014

In this episode, we share our favorite strategies on how to engage with our  students and how to encourage responses from them.

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