Watch or listen to three of our LinkedUp: Breaking Boundaries in Education podcasts from this themed choice board for 0.5 of CEU credit. Simply submit this form, once completed.
Technology leader, author, and educator Michael Cohen—better known as the Tech Rabbi—joins the podcast this week to discuss accelerating student learning by activating the five senses and how to make learning memorable through creative design thinking and instructional design.
Jerri and Jamie sit down with Evo Hannan, founder of education company Innovation X, to discuss his journey from teaching design in the classroom to founding his own company. Tune in to learn how Evo is highlighting educators and topics related to teaching and learning in the UK
Roberto Treviño visits LinkedUp to discuss his work for the highly successful YES Prep program in the Houston area—where he’s creating environments where first-generation college students can become successful college graduates.
Brent Goldman joins LinkedUp this week to discuss his 26-year-long journey to pioneer innovative private schools. Focusing on the unique needs of today’s learners, Brent shares his experiences with personalized learning—based on real learning, not just time spent in seats or testing standards—and how to create productive hybrid learning centers.
In this episode, Jerri and Jamie link up with Grayson McKinney and Zach Rondot—two elementary school teachers using technology to transform learning with a little help from Project Based Learning (PBL). McKinney and Rondot share their insights, expertise, and process for creating classrooms where students learn from experts, then become experts and share their learning with an authentic audience.
Fasten your seat belt for this podcast! International presenter and staff developer, Kevin Honeycutt, fills this podcast with creativity. From the release of his new song, to tech tips and tools, to the 3D printed Steam Punk guitar, to playing the guitar on the iPhone, this podcast is filled with ingenuity, talent and inspiration.
English is considered one of the most difficult languages to learn to read—that’s where Narda Pitkethly comes in. Join Jamie and Jerri as they sit down with Narda Pitkethly, the creator of The Nardagani® Reading Program, a breakthrough method that allows parents to teach their children to read in as little as one month.
Beekeeping, gardening, and providing food for the community, what do these activities have in common? They’re all examples of Project Based Learning (PBL) an instructional best practice that teaches real-world skills. Join us as Dr. Diedre Roemer discusses how her district has found success using PBL.
As the founder of Shake Up Learning, Kasey Bell proves why we should never settle for the boring when it comes to bringing out the very best in our students. In this podcast, Kasey talks with Jerri and Jamie about the 5 shifts we need in education.
Productivity can be daunting and difficult with the many distractions available to people via technology. Lisa Johnson has found a way to make doing the work more productive and creative. In this podcast, Lisa Johnson aka Tech Chef4u, shares tips and ideas to make the daily work adults and students do full of choice, creativity, and fun.
On this episode of the LinkedUp podcast, we have Debbie Tannnbaum, a Tech Coach and an ambassador for edtech companies. She has become so involved in making sure our youngest students can use technology effectively that she has written a book to empower and inspire educators to use technology as a learning tool. Her book, TRANSFORM: Techy Notes to Make Learning Sticky, is now available on Amazon and TannenbaumTech.
Episode 43 of the LinkedUp podcast brings Susan Maynor, educator, visual storyteller, and creative, to chat about specific ideas and inspirations for design and project-based learning.
Join us for Episode 42 as we chat with Toney Jackson and Andrea Keller about using new social media platforms, such as TikTok, to engage students and bring passions into education.
Join us for Episode 40 as we chat with Dr. Brad MacLaughlin, Joe Mullins, John Musau, and Dr. Naomi Makau about sustainable community change through human-centered innovations.
Tune in to Episode 38 to hear Beau McCoy discuss SOLcademy, a short-format educational video platform to improve the quality and availability of learning. McCoy began his journey as a software engineer before discovering his true passion for education. His top goal-achieving equity for all scholars.
Mervin Jenkins, Senior Brand Ambassador at Nearpod, joins the podcast this week to share some fun details about how you can bring curriculum to life with Flocabulary. Educators nationwide use Flocabulary to help students master standards, build vocabulary and develop 21st-century skills. You'll learn more about Mervin's gift for bringing joy to learning and how he motivates others to be the best they can be.
Toney Jackson is an author, poet, educator, and speaker who uses poetry to reach students and get them excited about learning - even in a pandemic! Join the LinkedUp Podcast crew to hear Toney talk about using unique talents to get students excited about learning.
We have been working through the challenges of educating students during a pandemic for eight months. While there have been many difficulties and concerns, many teachers are finding creative solutions to meet the needs of their students.
Flipgrid ambassador and evangelist, Ann Kozma, joins the LinkedUp team to share the valuable resources that Flipgrid offers educators. In this episode, Ann focuses on the importance of sharing, celebrating, and showcasing out-of-the-box thinking.