Jon Samuelson @jonsamuelson and Scott Bedley @scottbedley are back! Listen to a recent review: "A podcast that walks the line between funny and serious; Techlandia gives you the feeling that you are listening in on a staff meeting at a school where they discuss technology and the state of education." - Thanks, Matt Phillip
A lively talk with Amy Burvall @amyburvall. Amy talks about creativity and how she likes to put many irons in the fire and see what creativity comes out of her ideas. Learn how to make whimsy happen in this episode with hosts: Jon Samuelson @jonsamuleson, Amy Fadeji @mrsfadeji (CUE site leader of the year), and David Theriault @davidtedu (Fall CUE closing keynote).
A talk with Daisy Dyer Duerr @daisydyerduerr about her work with Rural Schools. Daisy was the administrator at a rural school and took it from failing to succeeding in four years. Hear her story. - Note we apologize for the bad recording in this episode
Grab all the links here on our Adobe Slate page. A talk about creative journalism for students with Sean Ziebarth @mrziebarth. Topics include: English Composition As A Happening, blackout poetry, Austin Kleon, and the Barron newspaper and video production crew.
They are old and snarky! Jon Samuelson @jonsamuelson and Scott Bedley @scottbedley pull no punches. This week they take on new teacher PD and how you know when you have "reached" a class. They also have some great picks on different ideas to try in your classroom. The grumpy teachers don't take themselves to seriously.
George Couros @gcouros talks about his new book, "The Innovator's Mindset" with Jon Samuelson @jonsamuelson, David Theriault @davidtedu, and Reuben Hoffman @reubenhoffman. George has written the playbook for administrators and educators on how to empower learners and build a culture of creativity at your school. It is a must read book for educators.
Scott Bedley @scotteach and Jon Samuelson @jonsamuelson are back. Topics include crossing the line with self promotion and chat with Toby Brown @tbbrwn about his research on Edcamp. Listen and laugh with the two clown jesters of educational and educational technology.
The third installment of a new series of podcasts focusing on how to get started using Minecraft in Education. We discuss what the new Minecraft Education Edition platform means for you with James Pike @joakleyiii. James has a wealth of resources and lesson plans on how to get your students learning math concepts inside of Minecraft and at CodeRevKids.com. For all things education check out Jon Samuelson's blog at techlandiaradio.com.
Happy to chat with 2015 ISTE closing keynote, Josh Stumpenhorst. Josh is a sixth grade social studies teacher in the Chicago area. Josh has won many awards as a teacher and has even written a book, The New Teacher Revolution. He will also be the first to tell you that all those accomplishments mean nothing to him. He is about teaching and reaching the students each and every year in his class. So join us for a middle school chat about student agency and...run streaks.