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March 19, 2019

Innovation in Education

Recorded on February 10, 2019

 

Moderator:

Irene Bal (@IreneAmelia1)

Irene Bal is a Lecturer in the Educational Technology Program at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, MD. She is a certified PreK-12th grade music teacher who has integrated technology in her classroom since her student teaching days.

 

Panelists:

Dr. Amy Heger (@DrAmyHeger)

Dr. Amy Heger is an award winning educator and edu-business coach. She is passionate about educators maximizing their gifts.

 

Heather White (@hjwhite2389)

Educator | Dancer | Dog Walker | Baltimore Native | Music Aficionado

 

Ken (@STEM_Ken)

 

Lara Kohler (@larakohler1)

I am a teacher education candidate at Loyola University Maryland.  I am getting certified to teach secondary science.

 

Kaelii Stout (@kaelstout)

2nd Grade Magnet Teacher 🍎 Life is way too precious not to enjoy EVERY moment!

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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Recorded on February 3, 2019

 

Eryka has been a Canadian K-12 language teacher for 7 years and is currently implementing passion projects and entrepreneurship in her classes. She is constantly looking for ways to bring learning beyond the four walls of the school to help connect education with the needs of today's society. With her bilingual podcast, A Teacher's Shoes/Souliers de prof, she is on a mission to connect and learn with as many people as possible who are working in that direction.

 

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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Recorded on February 10, 2019

 

Brent Coley began his career in education in 1996, teaching grades four and five for 15 years before transitioning into administration. He is currently the proud principal of Alta Murrieta Elementary School in Murrieta, California.

Passionate about educational technology, Brent is always looking for new ways tech can engage students and families while increasing student achievement. His award-winning classroom website, mrcoley.com, promoted 24/7 learning with math review videos and iPod flash cards, and his students shared their learning with the world through their daily blog and classroom podcast. In his leadership role, Brent strives to support teachers as they pursue excellence by integrating technology and taking risks in their classrooms.

A firm believer in the power of collaboration, Brent shares what he learns through Twitter (@brentcoley), his website at BrentColey.com, and at educational technology conferences. He is also the creator of “Teaching Tales,” a podcast that gives educators a platform to share their stories and experiences.

When not working, Brent loves spending time with his wife and two teenage children, reading, and playing golf.

 

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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March 12, 2019

National CTE Month

Recorded on February 3, 2019

 

Moderator:

Maggie Cox (@MaggieJCox)

Mom Teacher Coach #athletictrainer interests; #CTEinCCSD #NACTE #NVEducator #CareerTechEd #iPadEd #socialmedia #storytelling #digcit #STEM #arvrinedu

 

Panelists:

Kimberly Lane Clark (@AskaTechnoGirl)

Kimberly is a nationally award winning educator and speaker based in Texas.  She was recently named 2018 ISTE Emerging Leader. She coaches hundreds of educators- both face to face and virtually in Computer Science integration, diversity inclusion strategies, blended learning strategies, and educational technology.. In the latter part of her years in education she also served as a campus technology coordinator. Kimberly is currently a Director of Blended Learning in Texas. In an addition to being a director of blended learning she also currently serves as a technology consultant for Code.org,EdTechTeam, and guest technology consultant for Global Academic Technology Essentials Teacher Institute at Mississippi State University. She also serves as the city lead for Black Tech Women in Dallas, TX,

 

Rachael Mann (@TeachLikeTed)

Rachael Mann is the founder of #TeachlikeTED and coauthor of The Martians in Your Classroom. She speaks and writes about the future of education and helps educators rethink the learning spaces of today. Prior to #TeachlikeTED, Rachael was the Network to Transform Teaching and STEM Professional Learning Director for Northern Arizona University’s AZK12 Center and State Director for Educators Rising Arizona. A former high school Career and Technical Education teacher and hailing from a family of educators, she has 14 years of classroom teaching experience. Rachael is a Google Certified Educator with a master’s degree in Educational Leadership. She is a founding member of the Council on the Future of Education, President-Elect for the NCLA Executive Board, and serves on the Region V Policy Committee.

 

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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March 5, 2019

Tweet & Talk: EduMagic

Recorded on January 27, 2019

 

Moderator:

Dr. Sam Fecich (@sfecich)

Dr. Samantha Fecich is an Assistant Professor of Education and Instructional Technologist at Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania. She enjoys teaching and working with preservice teachers in and out of the classroom. Dr. Fecich teaches courses related to educational technology embedded within the Danielson framework for teaching and special education classes

 

Panelist:

Irene Bal (@IreneAmelia1)

Irene Bal is a Lecturer in the Educational Technology Program at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, MD. She is a certified PreK-12th grade music teacher who has integrated technology in her classroom since her student teaching days.

 

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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February 26, 2019

Finding Your “Y”

Recorded on January 20, 2019

 

Moderator:

Dene Gainey (@Dene_Gainey)

I have twelve years of classroom teaching experience, working with a diverse group of students during that time. I currently serve as the ELA teacher at my current school as well as the gifted coordinator and teacher of technology. My writing reflects my experiences both in and out of the classroom, as it pertains to the field of education. My educational passions include the student-driven classroom, diversity, and community as well as innovation and authenticity, to include student empowerment and the C.L.I.M.B.E. philosophy.

 

I attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL for my baccalaureate degree in elementary education K-6. I have a Masters of Education degree in Instructional Technology from American Intercontinental University. I am currently a doctoral student at Grand Canyon University. I continue to capture my experiences as an educator in written form. Thanks for reading.

 

Panelists:

Marvia Davidson (@MarviaDavidson)

I began my career as a high school English teacher in public, charter, and private schools. I served high school students who always cracked me up and had the opportunity to be an active campus improvement team member, student activities sponsor, and curriculum writer. I’ve managed and facilitated engaging learning in classes small and large.

 

I love seeing growth in learners and the people with whom I work. I am encouraged when they experience learning epiphanies.

 

As a result of these experiences, I moved into school leadership roles where I coached and trained teachers to be impactful, passionate, efficient, and effective. I created curricular and instructional products designed to improve learner engagement and performance. I have enjoyed coaching, training, improving processes, people development, collaboration, coming alongside teams, & being a servant thought-leader. Now, I seek to empower, encourage, and equip people as a trainer and learning developer.

 

To hear a learner say, “Ms. D. this is the first book I’ve ever finished, or I finally get it!” are the moments I live for in learning and in life. Each has cemented my core beliefs and helped me know I was doing my job well.

 

It is my passion to equip, empower, and encourage the people in my sphere of influence. I am all about helping people who think they can’t to remember they can. I hope to inspire you.

 

Dr. Amy Heger (@dramyheger)
Dr. Amy Heger is an award winning educator and school-level strategist.

 

Attiya Batool (@batool_attiya)

Educator in a FL elementary school.

 

Steve Sostak (@inspirecitizen1)

Steve is the co-director of Inspire Citizens, working deeply with schools on implementing school wide visioning, strategic planning, teacher coaching, student leadership, and the building of internal capacity for sustainable education and service learning.  He lives in Beijing, China but works globally.

 

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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Recorded on January 23, 2019

 

Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. (@SheldonEakins) is an accomplished K-12 educator and administrator. He has taught at the elementary, middle, and high school levels during his career in the states of Florida, Louisiana and in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands.  Dr. Eakins also served several years as a school principal in the states of Louisiana and Oregon.

Currently, Dr. Eakins serves as the Director of Special Education at the Shoshone-Bannock School District in Fort Hall, ID.

Dr. Eakins has a B.S. degree in Social Science Education, a M.S. degree in Higher Education Leadership, and a Ph.D. in K-12 Education. He maintains professional certifications in Grades 6-12 in the State of Idaho. Dr. Eakins is a prolific conference presenter at the regional, national, and international levels, and he has been successful in recently obtaining grants and foundation awards for debt reduction, technology,  scholarships, and capital improvements.

 

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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Recorded on January 13, 2019

 

Moderator:

Brent Coley (@BrentColey)

Brent Coley began his career in education in 1996, teaching grades four and five for 15 years before transitioning into administration. He is currently the proud principal of Alta Murrieta Elementary School in Murrieta, California.

 

Passionate about educational technology, Brent is always looking for new ways tech can engage students and families while increasing student achievement. His award-winning classroom website, mrcoley.com, promoted 24/7 learning with math review videos and iPod flash cards, and his students shared their learning with the world through their daily blog and classroom podcast. In his leadership role, Brent strives to support teachers as they pursue excellence by integrating technology and taking risks in their classrooms.

 

A firm believer in the power of collaboration, Brent shares what he learns through Twitter (@brentcoley), his website at BrentColey.com, and at educational technology conferences. He is also the creator of “Teaching Tales,” a podcast that gives educators a platform to share their stories and experiences.

 

When not working, Brent loves spending time with his wife and two teenage children, reading, and playing golf.

 

Panelists:

Martine Brown (@mmbrown_brown)

Martine Brown is an instructional coach in a K-12 district. Her mission is to be an agent of change in education.

 

Art La Flamme (@ArtLaFlamme)
I worked in the intelligence field for 25 years before transitioning to teaching college. Yes, I have stories. Yes, I use stories.

 

Cyndy Harrison (@cyndy8412)

Currently an education technology consultant, but former social studies classroom teacher with a passion for teaching U.S. History (or herstory as the case may be). Mainly encouraging students to learn how to tell their own story.

 

Elford Rawls-Dill (@elfordrawlsdill)

Elford is a lead learner who believes in the power of human connections in educational spaces. Elford is currently working as a director of Curriculum and Instruction in NJ.

 

Al Thomas (@educopilot)

Al Thomas is an educational leader with more than sixteen years in the field of education. His passion is to develop and curate unique and innovative solutions that improve the quality of the learning experience and to inspire educators by telling stories through cinematic, documentary style films.

 

Kristen Koppers (@Mrs_Koppers)

Kristen Koppers is a national Board Certified Teacher who encourages her students to succeed. She brings authentic experiences into her classroom everyday.

 

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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Recorded on January 6, 2019

 

Moderators:

Leslie Fagin (@MsFagin)

#TheFaginator is awesome.

Robin Harris (@RobinHarris417)

Wife, mom, daughter of the King, teacher, edtech coach, GSuiteEDU Certified Trainer, Walking Dead addict...Tweets are her own.#bombdiggitytech

 

Panelist:

Martine Brown (@mmbrown_brown)

Martine Brown is an instructional coach in a K-12 district. Her mission is to be an agent of change in education.

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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Recorded on December 18, 2018.  Topic: Deeper Learning and Digital Innovation in K-12.

Special shoutout to our moderator @ireneamelia1 and her amazing @loyolaet students on panel: @cnfutch @coegtzbcps @KristenListman9 @rachael_berke @whitplunk @tlong963 @misshahnteach & @leslo1031. #edumatch #et660 #LoyolaET

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Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

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