The first days of school can be interesting. Let's reflect.
Another must listen for first-year teachers!
A must listen for first-year teachers!
Dani Kennis talks about how she created and implemented Mini Genius Hour with her students.
This is our 100th episode and we reflect about what we've learned creating this podcast.
Stacey Lindes is the founder of #PodcastPD and an educator in Central New Jersey.
A two-time graduate of The College of New Jersey, Stacey earned her MAT in Elementary Education. Since that time, Stacey has taught 2nd, 3rd, and, most recently, 1st grades and has experience in preschool and 4th and 5th grades.
Finally, Stacey is a dedicated, albeit SLOW runner who enjoys using the “alone time” to reflect on education, changes in technology, and the practical marriage of the two. Having completed multiple half marathons (including the Trenton and Disney Princess Half Marathons) and numerous 5Ks, Stacey has had many miles during which to have “running reflections” and “running thoughts”. This site is her effort to share those ideas with the world.
Christopher J. Nesi, also hosts the House of #EdTech Podcast, is the founder of the Education Podcast Network, and produces multiple podcasts including the Google Teacher Podcast for Matt Miller and Kasey Bell and the Partial Credit for Jesse Lubsinky, Donnie Piercey, and Jeff Heil.
Chris has a BA in History and an MA in Curriculum Design and Instruction and is certified in social studies and supervision in the state of New Jersey and has inspired students and teachers at the middle, high school, and collegiate levels. Technology and its role in education are his professional passion.
AJ Bianco is a Middle School Assistant Principal in New Jersey. He is a graduate of SUNY Oneonta (BS in Adolescent Education), Iona College (MA in History), and Ramapo College (MA in Educational Leadership). He has previously taught middle school social studies.
AJ is an avid podcast listener, co-host, and enthusiast. He is a co-organizer of #CoffeeEDU in Bergen County (NJ) and he is an advocate for technology both in and out of the classroom and you can find him at many EdCamps and Conferences throughout New Jersey and New York.
AJ and his wife Jamie are parents to three amazing children!