Ten Minute Teach In

Ten Minute Teach In

By Ashley Lamb-Sinclair
We bring the most dynamic educators to your living room to teach quick engaging lessons and thought-provoking challenges on current events and relevant topics for students, educators, and parents. Each episode comes with a companion downloadable PDF for each audience group to use at home. Check out our resources on realtimecurriculumproject.org. This podcast is part of The Real Time Curriculum Project In collaboration with National Geographic Education Fellow, Ashley Lamb-Sinclair. Join Kip Hottman - award winning educator - for awesome Ten Minute Teach Ins with creative teachers everywhere!
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COLLABORATING WITH STUDENTS TO CREATE VIRTUAL LEARNING

Ten Minute Teach In

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Pursuing Passions: How Honeybees Inspired Two Young Activists to Build an App
In the second episode of a series of student interviews on "Ten Minute Teach In" Kip interviews Aarushi and Navya, two high school students in California. They share how a passion for saving honeybees led to the two of them teaming up to build an app to help others take action, and explain how they hope for more opportunities to pursue passions when traditional school resumes. After his conversation with Aarushi and Navya, Kip poses this challenge to our audience this week - How can we provide time for students to pursue passions during remote learning and beyond? Learn more about Aarushi & Navya’s app by following @beexaware on Instagram. Join the conversation using the hashtag #LEARNBYTHEMINUTE & tag @kiphottman & @LearnMinute! Find complementary resources relevant to Kip's conversation with students over the coming weeks - plus much more at https://www.realtimecurriculumproject.org/podcast. AND stay tuned for the next two episodes when Kip talks to other students across the U.S. about what they're learning on their own right now.
10:00
May 20, 2020
Learning From Scratch: A Conversation about Hands On Learning & Flexibility with a Young Gardener
In this first episode of a series of student interviews with "Ten Minute Teach In" Kip interviews Gail, a senior in high school in Montana. Gail shares how she built and maintains her garden from scratch during her time at home these last couple of months of remote learning, and explains how she wishes she had more flexibility and opportunities to learn by doing during her time in a traditional classroom. After his conversation with Gail, Kip poses this challenge to our audience this week - How can we create more opportunities for flexible learning now and when we return to a brick and mortar school? Join the conversation using the hashtag #LEARNBYTHEMINUTE & tag @kiphottman & @LearnMinute! Find complementary resources relevant to Kip's conversation with students over the coming weeks - plus much more at https://www.realtimecurriculumproject.org/podcast. AND stay tuned for the next two episodes when Kip talks to other students across the U.S. about what they're learning on their own right now.
07:36
May 12, 2020
Beyond Student Voice into Student Action - Andrew Brennen & Zoe Jenkins
In this episode of "Ten Minute Teach In" Kip interviews Andrew Brennen, co-founder of the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team & current National Geographic Education Fellow, and Zoe Jenkins, current student & executive producer of the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team podcast, "Get Schooled." They discuss ways to move from implicit student voice to explicit integration of student voice AND action in education right now and Kip shares how he has integrated student voice in particular to support this movement. Andrew & Zoe pose this challenge to our audience this week - How can we extend grace to students, each other & ourselves right now? Join the conversation using the hashtag #LEARNBYTHEMINUTE & tag @kiphottman, @aebrennen, @pcstuvoiceteam & @LearnMinute! Find complementary resources relevant to Kip's conversation with Andrew & Zoe this week - plus much more at https://www.realtimecurriculumproject.org/podcast. AND stay tuned for another episode next week! More about Andrew & Zoe: Andrew Brennen currently serves as a National Geographic Fellow and Explorer supporting youth-led movements that are solving the world’s most pressing problems. In 2012, as a junior in high school, he co-founded the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team. In this capacity, he helped launch and lead several projects to amplify and elevate students as partners in improving Kentucky schools. Today, the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team consists of over 150 young people from across Kentucky and serves as a national model for how young people can hold educational institutions accountable to them. Follow Andrew @aebrennen Zoe is a junior in the Paul Laurence Dunbar MSTC program. She works with the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team, where she is the Executive Producer of their podcast, Get Schooled. While she is not entirely decided, she knows that whatever field she goes into she wants to affect positive change and help others find their voice. Follow the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team @pcstuvoiceteam.
20:39
April 24, 2020
From Crisis to Transformation - Ben Owens
In this episode of "Ten Minute Teach In" Kip interviews Ben Owens - veteran educator & founder of Open Way Learning. They each discuss ways to move from "crisis to transformation" in education right now and Kip shares how he has integrated student voice in particular to support this movement. Ben poses this challenge to our audience this week - How can we bring students on as empowered co-designers in education as a whole right now? Join the conversation using the hashtag #LEARNBYTHEMINUTE & tag @kiphottman, @engineerteacher & @LearnMinute! Find complementary resources relevant to Kip & Ben's conversation - including Kip's entire student voice Google Drive folder - plus much more at https://www.realtimecurriculumproject.org/podcast. AND stay tuned for another episode next week! More about Ben Owens: As a STEM teacher for 11 years, Ben was able to work with a dynamic team of peers to craft and scale an unique approach to student-centered learning that blurs the lines between what happens in school and what happens in the real world. Ben’s role as a nationally recognized teacher leader also gave him the opportunity to work with some of the best education and workforce thought leaders in the world. These experiences were the catalyst behind the book he co-authored,“Open Up, Education!" and the 501(c)3 nonprofit he founded to help other school stakeholders create similar cultural conditions of innovation - innovation that helps equip students with skills they will need to thrive in the 4th industrial revolution, not just the 1st. More information here.
16:24
April 10, 2020
COLLABORATING WITH STUDENTS TO CREATE VIRTUAL LEARNING
Kip was so inspired by Kavita Gupta's insight in last week's episode about doing student "check ins" that he decided to do one himself. As a result of that, one of his students - Quiana - spoke up and shared how she wanted to include her own personal passions into the new learning landscape Kip's school was forming. Kip advocated for her to his principal and before he knew it, his school was planning an entire school-wide virtual passion project around Quiana's idea. In this episode, Quiana joins Kip to discuss the importance of student voice as schools and educators around the country plan new ways to teach and learn. Quiana's challenge to listeners is: How are you making sure that the virtual learning environment engages student interest and passions? Use the hashtag #TEACHERSTRONG and tag @KipHottman & @LearnMinute to share your insights to this week's challenge with us!
14:55
April 2, 2020
Building virtual communities - Kavita Gupta
In this debut episode of "Ten Minute Teach In" Kip interviews Kavita Gupta, dynamic veteran science educator whose passion is to develop scientifically literate future citizens and stewards of the planets. Kip & Kavita discuss navigating the new world of virtual learning in the face of a pandemic and what - in their minds - is most important right now--COMMUNITY.  They each discuss ways they're integrating community building into their own virtual classrooms right now and Kavita poses a challenge to educators who tune in - How are you creating community while teaching virtually right now?  They ask the audience to share your insights with the hashtag #TeacherStrong & tweet to @KipHottman & @Chem_Tweets...and, of course, @LearnMinute!  Find complementary resources relevant to Kip & Kavita's conversation - including a super-fun, community-building SOCIAL DISTANCING MADLIB - plus much more at https://www.realtimecurriculumproject.org/.  AND stay tuned for another episode next week! More about Kavita Gupta: For two decades as a public high school teacher, Kavita Gupta has worked tirelessly to bring access and relevance to science education nationwide alongside policy makers and educators. As a strand leader for the National Science Teachers Association’s national conferences, an advocate for science education funding at the Silicon Valley March for Science, one of the five National Geographic Education Fellows nationwide, and an author of publications such as Reaction Prediction: Made Easy, Kavita has impacted students, fellow educators, and the community at large toward science education. Kavita teaches chemistry in a suburban public high school in Cupertino. As a member of the inaugural class of National Geographic Education fellows, Kavita has challenged students to learn holistically, contextually, and analytically around the important issue of Climate Change. Kavita has been recognized for her exceptional teaching by the City of Cupertino and by higher education institutions such as Stanford, MIT, and the University of California. Kavita has also been featured in the Mercury News, the marquee Silicon Valley newspaper. Check out her website here. 
11:52
March 27, 2020
10 Minute Teach In
We bring the most dynamic educators to your living room to teach quick engaging lessons and thought-provoking challenges on current events and relevant topics for students, educators, and parents. Each episode comes with a companion downloadable PDF for each audience group to use at home. Check out our resources on realtimecurriculumproject.org. This podcast is part of The Real Time Curriculum Project In collaboration with National Geographic Education Fellow, Ashley Lamb-Sinclair. Join Kip Hottman - award winning educator - for awesome 10 Minute Teach In with creative teachers everywhere!
00:49
March 23, 2020