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Ep. 25 Education Through The Eyes And Work Of A Libyan Exile

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Ep. 25 Education Through The Eyes And Work Of A Libyan Exile 

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 25 of the TeachThought Podcast!

Drew Perkins talks with Shahrazad Kablan about her role in the overthrow of the Libyan regime and her efforts to help establish a working education system there.

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Podcast Ep. 24: Let’s Build Better Relationships With Students

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TeachThought Podcast Ep. 24: Let’s Build Better Relationships With Students

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Ep. 23 Teacher Of The Year: Defining And Measuring Teachers

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Ep. 23 Teacher Of The Year: Defining And Measuring Teachers

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 23 of the TeachThought Podcast!

Drew Perkins talks with makers of the documentary Teacher of the Year, Jason Korreck and Rob Philips, about their film which explores the complexity of the teaching profession.

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Ep. 22 Education And Entrepreneurship With Dyme Startup Founder Joey Prather

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Ep. 22 Education And Entrepreneurship With Dyme Startup Founder Joey Prather

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 22 of the TeachThought Podcast!

Drew Perkins talks with Dyme startup founder Joey Prather about the parallels between the startup and the education worlds and how being more entrepreneurial can benefit teaching and learning.

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Ep. 22 Education And Entrepreneurship With Dyme Startup Founder Joey Prather

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Ep. 21: Reframing Education By Erasing the Deficit Mindset With Yong Zhao

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Ep. 21: Reframing Education By Erasing the Deficit Mindset With Yong Zhao

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 21 of the TeachThought Podcast!

Drew Perkins talks with internationally recognized education thought leader Yong Zhao about reframing education from a standardized and deficit mindset to one that builds on student strengths. Also discussed were two of his recent books, Counting What Counts: Reframing Education Outcomes and Never Send a Human to Do a Machine’s Job: Correcting the Top 5 EdTech Mistakes.

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Ep. 19: Learning For Social And Personal Change With Kahoot!

 

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Ep. 19: Learning For Social And Personal Change With Kahoot!

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 19 of the TeachThought Podcast!

Drew Perkins talks with Jamie Brooker, co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Kahoot! about their mission driven approach to learning, how Kahoot! is more than just an assessment tool, their growth and future.

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Ep. 19: Learning For Social And Personal Change With Kahoot!

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Ep. 18: #Edtech Talk With ISTE

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Ep. 18: #Edtech talk with the ISTE Chair of the Board of Directors

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 18 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this episode Drew Perkins (Director of Professional Development at TeachThought) talks with Dr. Matt Harris about his work as the new Board Chair of ISTE, the refreshed ISTE Standards, teaching internationally and the integration of technology in teaching and learning.

 

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Ep. 18: #Edtech talk with the ISTE Chair of the Board of Directors

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Ep. 17: Most Likely To Succeed – The Purpose and Possibility Of Our Schools

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Ep. 17: Most Likely To Succeed – The Purpose & Possibility Of Our Schools

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 17 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this episode Drew Perkins (Director of Professional Development at TeachThought) talks with Ted Dintersmith–Producer of the education documentary Most Likely to Succeed and co-author of the book by the same name.

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Ep. 15: Teaching And Learning vs. Accountability With @justintarte

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Ep. 15: Teaching And Learning vs. Accountability With @justintarte

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 15 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this episode Drew Perkins (Director of Professional Development at TeachThought) talks with Justin Tarte–Director of Teaching and Learning and Accountability at the Union R-XI School District in Union, Missouri–about balancing teaching and learning and accountability, social media, and moving from consumption to creation to contribution.

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Ep. 15: Teaching And Learning vs. Accountability With @justintarte

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Ep. 14: Elevating Student Voice With The #StuVoice Movement.

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Ep. 14: Elevating student voice with the #stuvoice movement.

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 14 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this episode Drew Perkins (Director of Professional Development at TeachThought) talks with Andrew Brennen, National Field Director of Student Voice, about his work as a student to elevate and amplify student voice in schools around the country.

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Ep. 14: Elevating student voice with the #stuvoice movement.

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Ep. 13: How Do We Actually Change Schools?

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Ep 13: How Do We Actually Change Schools?

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 13 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this episode Drew Perkins (Director of Professional Development at TeachThought) talks with nationally recognized thought leader Grant Lichtman about why schools should change and how to make those changes.

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Ep 12: What Are The Different Types Of Assessment?

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Ep 12: What Are The Different Types Of Assessment?

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This is episode 12 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this ‘quick’ episode, Terry Heick reviews different types of assessment (e.g., formative, norm-referenced, etc.), and the defining characteristics of each. Interested in growing with TeachThought Professional Development? Email us at grow@www.teachthought.com

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Ep. 11: Redefining Intelligence To Unlock The Possibility In Our Students

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Ep 11: Redefining Intelligence to unlock the possibility in our students.

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 11 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this episode Drew Perkins (Director of Professional Development at TeachThought) and Scott Barry Kaufman discuss why and how he thinks intelligence should be redefined using his Theory of Personal Intelligence. He also shares his compelling story of how he broke out of being a special education student and went on to reach stunning academic heights.

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Ep 10: Are Charter Schools Solving The Equity Problem?

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Ep 10: Are Charter Schools Solving The Equity Problem?

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 10 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this episode Drew Perkins and Julian Vasquez Heilig discuss the factors that are driving education reform, charter schools, poverty and the politics behind it all.

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Ep. 9 How Can “Beautiful Questions” Improve Teaching And Learning?

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Ep 9: How Can “Beautiful Questions” Improve Teaching And Learning?

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 9 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this episode Drew Perkins and Warren Berger discuss the role of inquiry in education and his book A More Beautiful Question.

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Podcast Ep 8: An Introduction To Critical Pedagogy In The Classroom

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Podcast Ep 8: An Introduction To Critical Pedagogy In The Classroom

by TeachThought Staff

Critical Pedagogy and Critical Literacy both involve the idea of thinking carefully about human and social contexts: Who am I, what do I need to know, and how can I use that knowledge to improve the world around me?

In this conversation, I speak to Dr. Elizabeth Bishop, Deputy Director at the Center for Institutional and Social Change at Columbia Law School. We discuss social improvement, equity, and how teachers can begin to think about critical pedagogy for a more authentic and human educational experience.

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Ep 7: Teacher Accountability And a Challenge To The Gates Foundation

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Ep 7: Teacher Accountability And A Challenge To The Gates Foundation

by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development

This is episode 7 of the TeachThought Podcast!

In this episode Drew Perkins (Director of Professional Development at TeachThought) and Anthony Cody discuss education reform efforts by the Gates Foundation, his book The Educator and the Oligarch, teacher accountability, the future of education–and his treehouse.

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Ep 6: What’s Wrong With Professional Development?

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What’s Wrong With Professional Development?

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Terry Heick (Director at TeachThought) and Drew Perkins (Director of Professional Development at TeachThought) discuss what we so often get wrong wrong with current approaches to professional development, and how TeachThought’s new professional development company seeks to improve on those failures while helping to bring innovative thinking and approaches into the classroom.

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