56 Skills for the Future of Work: EduProtocol-ing the McKinsey & Company Report
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
Are we really preparing students for their future? Educators are tasked with teaching to state standards, but are we also teaching the skills that students really need to be successful in the “real world”? State standards and standardized tests often test rote memorization more than real world application. The struggle is real and how will they get a job when they can’t turn in homework on time?!?! is a common refrain in the staff room, but what are the real life skills we need to be teaching? Global management consulting firm McKinsey & Company recently put forth a report on the “56 found ..read more
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It's Not One More Thing! Computer Science For All Educators with BCOE
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
Jake & Nathan are joined by Tracey Allen, Janet Brownell, and Anna Johnson from the Butte County Office of Education to talk about the future of Computer Science in schools. BCOE has been innovating in the sphere of EdTech integration in Northern California for years and has a VERY successful, cutting-edge library model with their EdTech Exchange so that all educators and all students can access creative, innovative, and engaging EdTech tools to use in their classes. Did you know there are "new" Computer Science state standards in California that you may not even be aware of? We talk Seaso ..read more
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What Do We Really Want from AI? Stanford HAI's AI+Education Summit (2024)
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
If you want to be on the bleeding edge of current AI+Education discourse, this episode is for you! Jake & Nathan break down Stanford's 2024 AI+Education Summit held by Stanford HAI (Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence). Follow the link to explore a selection of recorded sessions from the day and get in on the conversation. AI promises us limitless potential to shape our students' educational experiences, and personalized learning is more possible than ever: but at what cost? Is AI inherently biased against students-of-color? Will AI make coding skills obsolete? What will legislation loo ..read more
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The EduProtocols Mindset: 4 Ways to Change Your Teaching Forever
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
We're no strangers to EduProtocols around here! Jake & Nathan talk about the mindset and teaching philosophy behind EduProtocols. If you work in education, you need to hear this. There are 4 changes in mindset found in the framework and design of EduProtocols that can change your teaching career forever. It doesn't matter if your district mandates a specific curriculum, you can pivot in your teaching practice tomorrow by following these principles. Now is the time to reflect on our practice and make some MUCH needed shifts in the way we do things. It ain't workin' folks, but you can make a ..read more
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Not Our Only Hope! The Truth About Obi-Wan's Mentorship
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
Jake & Nathan find new hope from the Star Wars universe through Obi-Wan's journey as a Jedi master mentor. Inspired by the acclaimed Disney+ show Obi-Wan, this episode takes a hard look at the mentorship style of Obi-Wan Kenobi through the lens of an educator, sparking an insightful discussion on the potential pitfalls of mentorship. Join us as we analyze Obi-Wan's journey: we talk about his failed mentor Qui-Gon Jinn, his complex relationship with Anakin Skywalker, and his eventual redemption in being a powerful mentor to young Luke and Leia Skywalker. Whether you're a Star Wars enthusias ..read more
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Actively Working, Trying & Growing: Observing the "Corippo Phenomenon" with Jon Corippo
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
Jon Corippo (inventor and co-author of EduProtocols) pulls no punches in his perspective on current trends in education and takes us on a journey through his vast experience in the education sector: with 30+ years of service and hundreds of boots-on-the-ground trainings and professional development sessions. Jon's mission is to fundamentally change education by figuring out once and for all why it ain't workin' and FIX IT! Jon shares his practical advice on using effective student engagement strategies (including EduProtocols) to help students stay in the moment, build intrinsic motivation, an ..read more
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Thoughts, Questions & Epiphanies: Unlimited Teaching with Marisa Thompson
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
Marisa Thompson (the incredible educator behind Unlimited Teacher) shares her unique perspective on flipping the script and letting students lead in the classroom by incorporating educational technology and getting out of the way! Marisa offers some tips & tricks that you can use in your classroom immediately to grow student agency, explore student choice, and improve student ownership over their education. We explore best practices for using her Thoughts, Questions, and Epiphanies (TQE) framework to promote engagement, ownership, and active learning in students, and Marisa talks through h ..read more
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Teaching Tips for a Better Tomorrow with Marisa Thompson & Jon Corippo!
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
Jake & Nathan join forces with two world class progressive educators on the bleeding-edge of modern pedagogy: Marisa Thompson (the educator behind Unlimited Teacher) and Jon Corippo (inventor and author of EduProtocols) to tackle the boots-on-the-ground challenges facing teachers in classrooms across America. Marisa Thompson shares her unique insights and offers strategies and tips that you can use in your classroom immediately to grow student agency, explore student choice, and improve student ownership over their education. Jon Corippo uses his powerful perspective from 30+ years of serv ..read more
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The Power of Positivity with Brittney Young: Honor the Lineage Mini-Series (Part 3-of-3)
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
Welcome to part 1-of-3 of a What Teachers Have to Say signature mini-series: where Jake & Nathan pick a complex education-related topic, come at it with a painfully honest pull-no-punches two-part conversation, and compare notes with an expert in-the-field. In this concluding episode of the "Honor the Lineage" mini-series, our hosts welcome Wellness Coordinator Brittney Young to get a different perspective and some practical advice on exactly what it looks like to undertake the task of building a positive community at your school. Brittney lays out a repeatable model that you could start u ..read more
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Why Genuine People Matter in School: Honor the Lineage Mini-Series (Part 2-of-3)
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by Jacob Carr and Nathan Collins
1w ago
Welcome to part 2-of-3 of a What Teachers Have to Say signature mini-series: where Jake & Nathan pick a complex education-related topic, come at it with a painfully honest pull-no-punches two-part conversation, and compare notes with an expert in-the-field. In this emotional second episode of the "Honor the Lineage" mini-series, our hosts pick up their conversation from the last episode and weave their way through a series of reflections on building relationships, offering vulnerability, and what it means to be a mentor. By sharing personal experiences that underscore the power of showing ..read more
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