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Teach Wonder
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The Center for Excellence in STEM Education

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We know that powerful things are happening in education and that those powerful things often go unnoticed or are siloed (within a community). We’ve built a space to share those powerful things, where we aren’t constrained by distance and scheduling. We’ll combine our 35 years of K - 12 teaching experience with the unique perspectives of our guests to connect you to relevant ideas and experiences. Listen in to motivate your practice, challenge your current pedagogy, and expand your horizons w ...
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Hear book talks, conversations, special presentations, stories about the happenings in the library, the Labs, and Washington, DC, and much more! This show is recorded from the Labs Recording Studio at the historic, modernized, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington, D.C. This podcast was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Episode transcripts may be requested by emailing labs.dcpl@dc.gov, please include the episode name and date in y ...
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The Nailed It Wall
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The Nailed It Wall

Mrs. Scofield & Mr. Lane the STEM Guy

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Mrs. Scofield and Mr. Lane the STEM Guy both have an affinity for getting lost even with Google Maps leading the way. Don't ask us how a girl from California and a kid from Maine found their final destination in Arizona? After years of being lost on the Podcast highway it seems they have finally found their exit and figured this whole podcasting thing out (two can only hope). Come and join them as they get lost in the world of #edtech, a little thing called life, and the two of them basicall ...
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Make:Cast is a podcast from Make:Community (make.co), producers of Make: Magazine and Maker Faire, and hosted by Dale Dougherty. We are exploring ideas, tools and people behind the maker movement.
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Learning Unboxed
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Learning Unboxed

Annalies Corbin & NOVA Media

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We hear, frequently, that the global education system is broken, and as a result, we spend billions of dollar trying to fix it. But the K-12 system isn’t actually broken at all – it’s working exactly as it was designed, 100 years ago, and it’s obsolete. So in Learning Unboxed, we will have a conversation about teaching, learning, and the future of work; we will reimagine, rethink, and redesign our educational system.
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How do we make places where people want to live, work, play and learn? A podcast on cities, property, architecture and urban design. Support us on Patreon www.patreon.com/thedeveloperuk Support our podcast and also get the magazine Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This is how we “have it all” - financial, location AND schedule freedom. Learn to design your lifestyle through flexible work. Sam Laliberte - serial entrepreneur and digital nomad - has fit work around her life since 2017. This podcast will expose you to relatable stories of everyday people who have designed their own version of the freedom lifestyle. Topics like remote work, passive income, freelance, financial freedom, gig economy, lifestyle business, entrepreneurship and more! Live a lif ...
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This podcast is designed to help teachers (or anyone else) start adding technology skills to their skillset as easily as possible. Each episode will introduce you to some technology. You will hear: What it does Why you may want to learn it How you can easily begin learning it We will bring you great resources to help you on your learning path as well. Many of them are free, or low-cost. Don't wait to start cultivating new skills to advance your career or make your job easier. Your host is De ...
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Bringing the culture of a makerspace straight to your earbuds. Co-hosts Aaron and Dustin recruit guests to have raw conversations about a broad spectrum of topics. Projects, science, technology, engineering, failure, computer-y stuffs, weird habits, video games, things that blink, code, robots, wooden boxes, tools. Go make something!
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The art and technology podcast bridges the gap between the traditional studio and digital technologies. It offers a generous helping of innovation and a smidgen of science, all combined by very creative people. Artists, researchers, resources, inventors, and some topics that are extreme and unusual are discussed. Further topic discussions on each topic can be found on the forums at digitalsculpting.net
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The Next Step EDU
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The Next Step EDU

The Next Step Education Podcast

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Two educators, Caitlin Bowen and Lindsay Simpson, share and discuss their experiences in education as teachers and leaders. Through this podcast, Caitlin and Lindsay are looking to build a community of educators through fostering and encouraging communication around STEAM Education. To join the conversation, follow the podcast on social media: Twitter: @TheNextStepEdu Instagram: @The_Next_Step_Edu Facebook Page/Group: The Next Step Edu Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thenextstepedu/s ...
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My guest on this episode of Make:cast is Jim Sweeney, the treasurer of NoVA Labs, a community makerspace in northern Virginia. Jim talks honestly about the challenges of growing a makerspace. With 700 members and many programs for young makers in the community, NoVA Labs has a bold vision of what a makerspace can be and Jim is determined to realize…
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We highlight the transformative power of the ePortfolio in Liberal Arts Education in this episode of the Digication Scholars Conversations. Our guest, Abe Reshad, is the Director of Language Technology and Academic Support at Oberlin College and Conservatory. He discusses how to creatively build rich experiences, and share ideas and knowledge while…
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In this episode of Learning Unboxed, we're venturing into the inspiring world of maker spaces with Noelle Conover, co-founder of Matt's Maker Space. Founded in memory of her son, Matt's Maker Space is a beacon for STEAM learning, proving to be a game-changer for students and communities alike. Maker spaces are more than just rooms filled with tools…
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Teachers2Tech EP 201 Podcast Show Notes Date: 10/30/2023 SUMMARY OF EPISODE Ever wish you had someone nearby who could help you on this journey to tech skills? In this episode we learn about the places you can get hands on experience and become a part of a learning community. We will also discuss organizations and events that that can help and insp…
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In today's episode of Learning Unboxed, we're honored to have Katey Ahmann and Carolyn Noe join us to discuss the transformative role of youth in shaping their communities through civic engagement. Our guests shed light on a unique program called Teen Science Cafe that hosts 'cafes'—dynamic spaces where young people lead the way in selecting local …
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Teachers2Tech EP 202 Podcast Show Notes Date: 11/27/2023 SUMMARY OF EPISODE In this episode we cover several of the items that make for good video. How to use lenses and composition plus the basics of lighting are included. There is something here for even the most raw beginner, so dive right in. In a future episode we will go farther, discussing e…
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One of the most controversial paths to freedom: network marketing. Michelle Druzina left her corporate job with McCain to go full-time as a network marketer and business owner through Arbonne. She's very aware this route to freedom comes with skepticism and pushback on MLMs. Michelle addressed everything. Key Takeaways: How network marketing differ…
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In our fourth episode of "What the Tech", we discuss social media (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter/ X, and TikTok) and self-care with friend of the pod Diamond Newman, a DC-based Digital Communication Professional and Content Creator. Social media is known to be overwhelming and at times negative for some people, but Diamond breaks down here ideas for…
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On this weeks episode of the Nailed It Wall Ms. Scofield and Mr. Lane the STEM Guy talk about their month long hiatus from the pod, one of them was a recipient for Wishes for Teachers from the Fiesta Bowl and their new tables thanks to DonorsChoose and Panda Express. Ms. Scofield offers her advice about what it takes to be a new teacher going into …
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My husband and I went viral on Instagram and it’s not pretty. 6.6 million views, 125k shares, 30k comments and counting. We're opening up about how an otherwise ordinary day in Squamish led to us becoming accidental internet sensations. Our infamous fish video has received media misinterpretation and mocking comments about Jared's masculinity, sexu…
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Former WeWork employee took the COVID-19 crisis and her dramatic exit head-on by reshaping her life and becoming an entrepreneur. Flavia (Albanian immigrant to Canada) reveals the intricate process of starting a cosmetics business from scratch with her mother along with the personal growth that comes along with entrepreneurship. Key Takeaways: the …
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In this special 100th episode of The Developer Podcast, author Carolyn Steel hosts Stephen Witherford, co-founder of Witherford Watson Mann architects and Sophia Craxton, food anthropologist and manager of the community kitchen at almshouse Appleby Blue. What emerges is passionate and emotive discussion about how we design spaces for dignity, and t…
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Today, Howie and Ryan are diving into the enchanting world of Disney as they celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Walt Disney Company. Ryan and Howie spend the beginning of this episode reflecting on the journey of the Walt Disney Company over the past century. They discuss how Disney has evolved, innovated, and continued to captivate audiences w…
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Challenges & Goals Perception is everything. Given our last 10 years with ipads and chromebooks, if people had used ipads, the way they should have been used AI would be non issue in terms of plagiarism, student work and all these other kinds of things. And so it's an issue for us today because we have always latched on to these short term solution…
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We hope you enjoy our interview with June Teisan. She's a long-time educator and a life-long learner. We discuss the 3Ps of project, place, and problem based learning. Links NCWIT InnovatED 313 Music: Intro Music: David Biedenbender Other Music: Oleksandr Savochka, Sergii Pavkin from Pixabay Find us on social media: Instagram: cmichcese Facebook: c…
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Running a creative business, managing multiple revenue streams and finding the courage to say 'no' to free work, Lex paints a vivid picture of what it really means to be a creative entrepreneur. Lex is an internationally published photographer and content creator, who started her career as an actress in LA. Her journey to entrepreneurship involves …
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In the concluding part of our conversation with Professor Ben Jenkins, we explore the use of ePortfolios in Capstone projects. We discuss how ePortfolios are introduced and how they are adapted for different majors. Ben is the University Archivist and an Associate Professor at the University of LaVerne. We also explore the following topics: - Senio…
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In this episode Erin Garnaas-Holmes lead climate adaptation planner with the District of Columbia Department of Energy and Environment's Urban Sustainability Administration joins host Olubunmi Bakare to discuss climate change and the effects it will have on the District. Bus Stop by HoliznaCC0 is licensed under a CC0 1.0 Universal License. https://…
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In this episode of Learning Unboxed, we journey into the transformative world of middle school education with Chris Balme, a seasoned educator, founder of multiple schools, and author of "Finding the Magic in Middle School". Middle school is a time of rapid change, and Chris shares his insights on the importance of recognizing and valuing the compl…
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Picture this: you've been speaking for free for a decade and now it's time to get paid. Fatima - CEO and Professional Speaker - shares how she leveraged the power of self promotion and thought leadership to build a career as a professional speaker. She opens up about the criticism that self advocacy often attracts. Key Takeaways: Harnessing the pow…
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In this episode of the #DigicationScholars Conversations, we discuss empowering your digital journey by creating an ePortfolio of your life's creations. Our guest, Professor Benjamin Jenkins is the University Archivist and an Associate Professor in the University of LaVerne. From gathering your digital creations from school, work, and leisure etcet…
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Challenges & Goals We discussed several challenges including overcoming fears about AI, navigating rapid technological changes, addressing ethical implications of AI in education, information overload, and teacher burnout. Our goals revolve around helping educators navigate these issues and preparing them for a future where AI plays a significant r…
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A conversation between Dale Dougherty, the founder of Make Magazine and Maker Faire, and Brian Wagner, an educator, coder, and maker. Brian Wagner talks about his life as a maker from his first encounter with computers to his current career in teaching and creating a how-to-code video course. They discuss his early fascination with computers, trans…
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Get Lit with Halloween this year as we take a look at why people like scary stories, then hear an eerie story from local writer Margaret Roberts Drucker and listen to a poems from Adelaide Crapsey and Anne Boleyn. Credits Halloween Episode Horror Background Atmosphere For Suspenseful Moments by UNIVERSFIELD Is licensed under 4.0 DEED Attribution 4.…
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In this episode of Learning Unboxed, we explore the transformative power of Project Leo, a groundbreaking project-based learning platform crafted by the Da Vinci School. Joining us is Steven Eno, the director of Project Leo, who takes us on a journey through the platform's inspirations, capabilities, and the challenges faced during its development.…
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How do we communicate student growth? Is that the same as work ethic? The same as effort? Our conversation with teacher Aric Foster gets us thinking about what makes a healthy grading practice. Our Email: cese@cmich.edu Intro Music: David Biedenbender Other Music: Pixabay Find us on social media: Instagram: cmichcese Facebook: cmich_cese…
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Who says you can't travel the world and have a stable home life? Shattering preconceived notions about Digital Nomad Families, Lona reveals how she manages her family's school schedules with travel, handles tricky questions from critics, and the impact this unique lifestyle has on her children's friendships and global understanding. Key Takeaways: …
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In our third episode of "What the Tech", we learn about Extended Reality (which includes Virtual and Augmented Reality) from local expert Joseph Cathey of Capitol Interactive. We discuss what it is, some examples of how it's being used locally for education and art, and where it might be going in the future.…
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Join us for the second part of the compelling conversation with Dr. Abiodun Durojaye. In this eye-opening discussion, we delve into: ✅ Empowering Working Adults: Fostering Independence ✅ Engaging Young Adults: Making Internships Count ✅ Paid Internships: The Path to a Fairer Future ✅ Breaking Barriers: Overcoming Systemic Obstacles Our guest is the…
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LISTEN NOW: Apple Podcast – Find this episode and all the previous episodes on Apple Podcast Spotify – Find this episode and previous episodes of the show on Spotify! YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjfxftzCeTU&feature=youtu.be CHALLENGES & GOALS Dwayne's main challenge revolves around bridging the gap between education and innovation. Hi…
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Today we talk about threshold anxiety and teaching design thinking. Our guest is Laura Flusche, the executive Director of the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA). An art historian by training, Laura has a deep love for traditional museums, but recognizes the problem of “threshold anxiety.” Many people are scared to go to museums because they feel like …
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The construction industry is struggling to attract young people with an acute shortage of skilled workers hampering innovation and quality. Architecture and engineering need more diversity. At the same time, developers are creating playgrounds and spaces for teenagers to attract families and create community. What if we could solve all these needs …
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Leaving a cozy tech job to start a brick-and-mortar business. Oscar is giving up some freedom, for now. Learn why he traded his flexible remote job offer to pursue a new venture: a physical maker space in his local community (Squamish, BC). He shares his plans for Create Makerspace: teaching unique classes, community engagement and creating an incl…
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In this episode, we discuss the ePortfolio as a student advocacy tool. We'll explore each step, from defining your end goals to embracing adaptability and resilience. Our guest, Dr. Abiodun Durojaye, guides us through envisioning the life and career we desire, learning what it takes to reach our goals, and building a support system for guidance. Sh…
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In this episode of Learning Unboxed, we explore the transformative power of mentoring in education with Nataliya Starodub, the visionary founder of The Dreva Mentoring Academy. Born from the legacy of an alternative school in Minsk, Belarus, The Dreva Mentoring Academy is redefining mentoring for students aged four to sixteen. Nataliya and her team…
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In this episode, I am so excited to share this conversation with Laura Miller who is an AI Ethicist. An innovative and logical-minded AI and Ethics Specialist with an extensive background in creating ethical AI policies, developing strategies and processes to overcome challenges, and providing practical guidance in fast-paced, high-growth companies…
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On this weeks episode Ms. Scofield and Mr. Lane the STEM Guy come back after a two week hiatus and let us all know how the first quarter of the 2023-2024 school year ended. Miss Scofield talks about how much she is loving this group of 8th graders. She shares about a Rosalind Franklin project she did with her students. Mr. Lane talks about his jour…
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We spoke with Lizzie Dilg, director of the Discovery Museum in Mt. Pleasant Michigan. We discussed how museums are designed to foster learning and how we can learn from the way informal educators approach children. Museum Links: Discovery Museum on Facebook Discovery Museum Website Discovery Museum on Instagram STEM Passport Music Intro: David Bied…
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What if you could retire by 30 - armed with a real estate portfolio and the satisfaction of running a family business? Ushpreet, a 25-year-old remote worker, is on her way to achieving that dream. Takeaways: A sneak peek into her investment strategies (buy-and-hold, multifamily) Tips for running a family business with your mom and sister Real estat…
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We continue to unravel the transformative power of innovative technology in early childhood education. Our guest, Vail Shoultz-McCole, Technical Instructor of Early Childhood Education at Colorado Mesa University and Buell Leadership Fellow, takes us into the evolving landscape of learning for our little ones. Let's dive into the role of ePortfolio…
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In this episode of Learning Unboxed, we are honored to have a conversation with Dr. Bill Daggett, a pioneer in education reform, the founder of the Successful Practices Network and the International Center for Leadership in Education, and a renowned author on education. We dive deep into the evolution of transformative education, especially in the …
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