New Orleans, ISTE Recap 2022
In this episode, Matt will provide a recap of ISTE2022, New Orleans, and the exciting experience we had there.
July 06, 2022
I'm still around!!
This is a "welcome back" episode to let you know that the podcast isn't dead and that I'm looking forward to sharing stories, tips, and more from educators around the Dayton area. My team at SOITA will be heading to ISTE 22 in New Orleans next week, so we'll be back after that to share our experience and the cool things we learned. Thanks for tuning back in! Also tune into For The Love Of Ed Tech podcast, hosted by SOITA's Kara Hutchinson and Caryn Kelley.
June 22, 2022
Spark In Clark Episode 4 - STEAM at Clark-Shawnee Middle School - March 9, 2020
Clark-Shawnee middle school teacher, Matt Warrington, and Springfield Museum of Art’s Curator of Education, Annette Eshelman, discuss their partnership on a unique program at Clark Shawnee Middle School that integrates art and science in their astronomy classes. Students in the program ponder questions like: How does the universe work? How did we get here? Are we alone? Students are using digital resources, robotic telescopes, and creating artwork based on the science that they are learning. The combination of these two subjects results in an exciting, innovative learning experience for all. For more information, contact Annette Eshelman at the Springfield Museum of Art or Matt Warrington. Resources used: Planetmaker Observing with NASA Alien Safari
March 10, 2020
Episode 3- Greenon Jr/Sr High MIT InventTeam
This episode spotlights Greenon High School as one of 14 schools nationwide to be selected as a 2019 Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam, a prestigious program that empowers teams of high school students to build a technological invention to solve a problem of their own choosing. A team of 12 Greenon High School students, led by five teachers will explore options to safely reduce the amount of man-made debris in local waterways through a Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam Grant. Today's guests are Greenon teachers, Tom Jenkins, Kyle Bandy, and Jim Shaner. Here is a link to their site for more information and how to get involved.
February 14, 2020