The EDUCanle Podcast is a forum created BY AN EDUCATOR - FOR EDUCATORS to share stories, discuss pedagogy and exchange tips for how to survive and thrive in your EDUjourney! It's REAL content - From a REAL educator. BE THE CHANGE!
Monica McGuire of fingerprinteducation.com stops by to discuss professional learning communities, individualized learning, and a whole lot more. Enjoy!
Monica: @McGuireLearning and @FingerprintEdu
My fellow New Yorker Zachary Hartzman of HeyListenGames.org stops by to chat about teaching through the medium of video games. Enjoy!
Zachary Hartzman: @heylistengames_
In this episode, Justin Sulsky and Rachel Reyes provide clarity regarding the misconceptions of Gifted Education as they embark on facilitating a new Gifted and Talented Certification Program for educators at Molloy College [LINK BELOW]. Enjoy!
The 2020 Louisiana State Librarian of the year joins us to chat about how educators can use Twitter to build professional learning networks. Enjoy! Be sure to reach out to Amanda on Twitter @abmack33.
- Andrew @AJCanle
Today's Call for Change focuses on the fragility of communication and how easily messages can get lost in translation. The inclusion activity called "The Taxi Driver" is a great example of an energizing activity that can get everyone on the same wavelength and crystallize clear communication moving forward. Feel free to reach out on Twitter @AJCanle!
Welcome to our school! Our overall theme to effectively, efficiently, ethically educate all children to mastery performance levels and embody the tenets of a professional learning community will be at the core of every single thing we do as a staff. We will accept responsibility for failures and successes as an entire staff, not individuals in isolation. Enjoy the vision! @AJCanle
In this episode I discuss the contents of an article I published with MiddleWeb. Should culturally responsive teaching include “pop culture” as a unifying interest in multicultural classrooms and schools? This episode will address that question with some possible solutions. The MiddleWeb article can be found here: https://www.middleweb.com/42448/could-pop-culture-unite-diverse-learners/ Enjoy!
In this episode I discuss the contents of an article I published with Edutopia that appeared in the Marshall Memo #826. In my early experiences as a school leader I ran into the following problem: How do administrators check for understanding without interrupting instruction? This episode will address that question with three possible solutions. The Edutopia article can be found here: https://www.edutopia.org/article/getting-accurate-assessment-student-learning Enjoy!
Academic Intervention Math Specialist Christopher Onorato stops by the show to chat about his experiences with facilitating Inquiry-based learning. We discuss the components of an IBL lesson and how it is different from a gradual release model of instruction. Feel free to reach out to Chris on Twitter @Chris_OnoratoNY. Enjoy!
Raquel A. Sosa stops by the lab to discuss the ins and outs of cultural responsiveness. An experienced teacher and administrator, Raquel is currently completing her doctoral degree with a focus on culturally responsive pedagogy. Feel free to reach out to Raquel on Twitter @Raquelita_sosa to learn more. Enjoy!
For Episode 6, The EDUCanle Podcast welcomes Anthony Longo as the featured guest! Anthony shares his experience with implementing A-Z Taxonomies to build student vocabularies for the purposes of improving student writing outcomes. Feel free to reach out to Anthony Longo on Twitter @BWTEAM259 to learn more. Enjoy!
Checking for understanding as a means of real-time progress monitoring in the classroom can be extremely difficult. Enhance your teacher efficacy by selecting specific research-based formative assessment strategies discussed in this episode to immediately implement in the classroom and become an active instructor. After tuning in to this episode, feel free to reach out with any questions on Twitter @AJCanle!
Creating a strong classroom culture for setting and maintaining high expectations can be a daunting task. Listen to this episode in order to enhance your teacher efficacy by selecting specific research-based strategies to immediately implement in your classroom. This episode is anchored to research found in Doug Lemov's Teach Like A Champion and John Hattie's Visible Learning for Teachers. Enjoy!