Make Learning Magical

Make Learning Magical

By Tisha Richmond
Conversations about making learning MAGICAL through: Memorable Beginnings, Authenticity & Agency, Gamified strategies, Innovation, Creativity, Collaboration, & Curiosity, Authentic Audience, and Legacy.
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Special Guest: Mandy Froehlich

Make Learning Magical

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Special Guest: Andrew Easton
In this episode I chat with Andrew Easton. Andrew is an amazing English teacher and personalized learning collaborator from Westside Community Schools in Nebraska. He is also an upcoming Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc author and a speaker and consultant on personalized learning nationwide. Come away with incredible ways to personalize learning in your classroom and professional development as well as gamified strategies! You will be inspired!  Follow Andrew on Twitter @eastonA1 and check out his website: westsidepersonalizes.com
40:50
January 20, 2020
Special Guest: Rachael Mann
In this episode I chat with the incredible Rachael Mann. Rachael is passionate about all things related to education, technology, and science. She is an “edufuturist” who believes in the importance of shaping the educational philosophies and spaces of today by looking toward the innovations of tomorrow. Rachael is a frequent keynote speaker at conferences and events across the country, and she speaks and writes about disruptive technology, education, and careers. She is the author of The Spaces You Will Go and coauthor of Martians in Your Classroom, an educational title about integrating STEM into the classroom utilizing space-related initiatives. You will be so inspired and come away with wonderful ideas, books, digital tools and resources to explore! Connect with Rachael: Twitter & Instagram: @rachaelEDU Facebook: Rachael Mann LinkedIn: RachaelMann M.Ed Website: rachaelmann.co Books: The Martians in Your Classroom The Spaces You'll Go 
36:15
January 10, 2020
Special Guest: Ed Steiger
In this episode I chat with an incredible teacher who also happens to be my former culinary student! Ed Steiger is a 4th grade teacher in Medford, Oregon as well as a Spark Starter on our district innovation team. We chat about a funny (& scary) classroom experience, favorite digital tools & podcasts, and more! Shout out to the Medford School District 549c, Pear Deck, Flipgrid, Gimkit, Ditch Summit, and the EduDuctTape and Ditch That Textbook Podcasts! 
42:10
January 3, 2020
What a Difference a Decade Makes
In this episode I reflect on this past decade and how much growth I’ve experienced from stepping out and trying new things.
11:41
December 29, 2019
Special Guest: Mandy Froehlich
This week I chatted with the incredible, Mandy Froehlich. Mandy is a former Director of Innovation and Technology, the author of The Fire Within and DivergentEDU, a national speaker and consultant, and co-host for Teacher's Aid podcast on BAM network. In this conversation, we explore the topic of teacher engagement/disengagement, the effect on school climate and culture, and strategies for reigniting your passion for teaching. This is an episode you don't want to miss! Follow Mandy on: Twitter @froehlichm Instagram @froehlichmandy Facebook @Mandy Froehlich Website: mandyfroehlich.com
36:56
December 13, 2019
Special Guest: Tara Martin
This week I chatted with author, speaker, #booksnaps founder, Public Relations & Communication Director, and my bestie...Tara Martin! I love this convo where we share the origin of our friendship, the power of social media and being connected educators, Cannonballin', #GratitudeSnaps, and more! Follow Tara on Twitter @TaraMartinEDU, Instagram @TaraMartin.real, Facebook @Tara M Martin, and her website: Tarammartin.com
50:13
November 28, 2019
Special Guest: Laura Steinbrink
In this episode I talk to the amazing educator and wearer of many hats, Laura Steinbrink! So many shoutouts, digital tools, and ideas they are too numerous to mention!
37:16
November 22, 2019
Heather Marrs
In this episode I chat with elementary educator and instructional coach, Heather Marrs! Shout outs to: Seesaw, gamification, ios Keynote, Sketchnoting, #OrEdChat, Sylvia Duckworth, Michael Cohen, and Laura Steinbrink!
28:24
November 2, 2019
Special Guest: Alicia Ray
In this episode, I chat with Alicia Ray. Alicia is anLead Digital Learning & Media Innovation Facilitator and author of the book #EduEyeExam! Follow her on Twitter at @Iluveducating and #EduEyeExam and at aliciaray.com
29:28
October 25, 2019
Interview with Becky VanDuker
Becky is an incredible elementary teacher in Southern Oregon who creates MAGICAL learning experiences in her classroom through play, room transformations, and gamified learning!  Follow her on Twitter @sixthisgoal Follow her on Twitter @sixthisgoal
34:01
October 18, 2019
An Interview with Scott Nunes
Scott Nunes is an inspiring and innovative ELA teacher from Modesto, CA! Follow him on: Twitter @MrNunesTeach Instagram @IamMrEdtech Linked In http://bit.ly/2M4ZhNd Facebook http://bit.ly/2VvJVVa
24:45
October 11, 2019
Letting Go of Perfect
In this episode I share my thoughts on letting go of perfectionism.
05:14
September 27, 2019
Starting Strong: Relationships, procedures, and fun!!
In this episode my husband and high school ceramics teacher, Russ Richmond, and I chat about ways to start off the year strong with relationship building, procedures, and fun!
14:14
September 27, 2019
Creating classroom magic using GlideApps with special guest, Alyssa Marie Brown
Family and consumer science teacher, Alyssa Marie Brown, shares how she’s creating classroom magic with Glideapps and shares her current favorite podcasts, digital tools, & sources of inspiration.
31:38
September 27, 2019
Refuel & Recharge to go the Distance for our Students
In this episode my husband and ceramics teacher, Russell Richmond, discuss ways to refuel and recharge so we can maintain our energy for our students throughout the school year.
11:45
September 1, 2019
Take a Leap!
In this episode my husband and ceramics teacher, Russell Richmond, and I discuss the magic that happens when we take a leap out of our comfort zone and try something new!
20:30
August 30, 2019
Creating Magical Beginnings
In this first episode my husband and ceramics teacher, Russell Richmond, shares how he created magical moments on his first day of classes. Find my blog and resources to the Favorite Things activity here —>https://www.tisharichmond.com/blog/favorite-things Shout out to Dave Burgess, author of Teach Like a Pirate, for inspiring this Favorite Things activity.
14:41
August 30, 2019