Dr. E's SUPER reads!

Dr. E's SUPER reads!

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By Jay Eitner
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Join Jay Eitner, a former National Superintendent of the year, discuss 1 book related to education in under 2 minutes with 3 takeaways that you can apply to your classroom, school, or district. Simple & quick! @Jay_Eitner | #EduSuperReads
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Join Jay Eitner, a former National Superintendent of the year, discuss 1 book related to education in under 2 minutes with 3 takeaways that you can apply to your classroom, school, or district. Simple & quick! @Jay_Eitner | #EduSuperReads
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Episode 13: Blended learning for grades 4-12
Yes, the term “blended learning” has been around for almost a decade, but are most educators really doing it? My review from this 2012 book published by Corwin may indeed check to see if you’re in the fast line or still at the pit stop.
04:10
December 6, 2019
Episode 12: Standards-based report cards
When one hears “standards-based report card” people either cheer or cringe. I came across a book from 2010 written by Thomas Guskey & Jane Bailey that was written to walk those looking to make a shift throughout the entire process. If you’re thinking about making the switch or are in the process, this episode is for you. Available on the Corwin website or on Amazon.
07:01
November 29, 2019
Episode 11: 50 Tech Tools for a school Counsleors
While the book title speaks for itself, 50 tech tools for counselors has, yes, 50 different tools & apps for grades k-12 that cater to the counselor or those teaching character education or digital citizenship. Follow the authors on twitter: Angela Cleveland (@angcleveland) and Stephen Sharp (@stvsharp). Follow me on IG/twitch/twitter/tiktok: @eitneredu or @Jay_Eitner (if you dare...)
05:40
November 24, 2019
Episode 10: My Bad!
Jon Harper (@jonharper70bd) hosts a podcast o the BAM radio network that focuses on educators from all walks of life around the country that focuses on how major mistake was made, what lessons were learned, and how they have moved onward. Jon took 24 of the most powerful stories and expanded on them in his book. Awkward and uncomfortable to read at some points, refreshing at others.
06:18
November 15, 2019
Episode 9: Google Apps for Littles
Alice Keeler (@alicekeeler) and Christine Pinto (@pintobeanz11) collaborated to share amazing information on how to utilize google apps for primary learners... and in a fashion that is NOT google 24/7/365.
05:56
November 10, 2019
Episode 8: The Space Guide for Educators
No, this isn’t about some HGTV makeover or a Lowe’s Catalog. This is about designing an educational learning space that is both student friendly and conducive to learning. Follow the author, Dr. Robert Dillon (yes, Bob Dylan) at @ideaguy42 — I think you know how to follow me🤘.
06:48
November 1, 2019
Making Observations Meaningful by PJ Caposey
Giving and getting classroom observations can be a daunting task...or it could be a great way to grow. Instead of a dog-n-pony show, the observation tool could be one of reflection and praise. Dr. PJ Caposey can be followed on twitter: @MCUSDSupe
05:15
October 27, 2019
Episode 6: The HyperDocs Handbook by Lisa Highfill, Kelly Hilton, & Sarah Landis.
Haven’t heard of HyperDocs? Have but have no idea? Take a quick listen on how digital lesson design and activities can make your life easier and challenge your students while customizing at the same time. Authors: @lhighfull @kellyhilton @sarahlandis | book available on Amazon.
06:09
October 18, 2019
Episode 5: Different Schools for a Different World
This is one of my favorite books in education today and should be in every educators hands. You can follow Scott McLeod at @mcleod and Dean Shareski At @shareski . The book is available on Amazon.
04:37
October 14, 2019
Episode 4: Teaching as a Subversive Activity
This book, a lightening rod of controversy, was published in 1969. Authors Neil Postman and a Charles Weingarten leave no stone unturned and don’t sugarcoat when it comes to learning for today’s times. All of what was written in 1969 applies to 2019.
05:46
October 4, 2019
Episode 3: How to Deal with Parents who are Angry, Troubled, Afraid, or just seem Crazy”
This episode focuses on one of the most important pieces of the education puzzle — parents. The book (published by Corwin and available on Amazon) delves into the types of parents a teacher may come across and strategies do continue to move onward in the school year.
05:15
September 27, 2019
Episode 2: Timeless Learning by Pam Moran, Chad Ratcliff, & Ira Socol
Buy the book at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1119461693/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_nF-GDb12ZCMNV | Follow the authors: @PamMoran @IraSocol @csratliff | Reach out to me @Jay_Eitner or on Telegran & Voxer: @Eitner
06:38
September 19, 2019
Episode 1: Fact Vs. Fiction by Jennifer Lagarde & Darren Hudgins
Since the goal of this podcast is to be brief: Tweet and follow the authors at: @jenniferlagarde and @dhudgins Buy the book here. Tweet me @Jay_Eitner or under #EduSuperReads | Speak to me on Voxer & Telegram  
05:40
September 12, 2019
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