June 27, 2018
This episode is the second part of our conversation about George Couros’ published an article on his blog titled, ‘4 Reflection Questions for the End of the School Year’ . In this conversation, we address questions three and four.
June 13, 2018
Recently, George Couros published an article on his blog titled, ‘3 Reminders for the End of the School Year.’ In his call to action, he had readers share their suggestions. He ran with one person’s suggestion about the value of reflection, in his next post, ‘4 Reflection Questions for the End of t…
May 30, 2018
Jay Billy is an elementary principal in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. Jay received his master’s degree in educational leadership from The College of New Jersey in 1997. He first served as supervisor of behavior at the high school before moving to the principal of the Joseph Cappello School in 2000.
April 18, 2018
#TryPod is all about sharing and discovering new podcasts via Twitter or anywhere you use hashtags. Stacey embarked on a 30-day quest to share at least one recommendation between March 10th and April 10th 2018. She Periscoped her recommendations each day and we’ve collected them all here for your l…
March 28, 2018
One the ways we love to take control of our learning is by attending un-conferences. Our favorite format is the classic EdCamp model. Here are 10 tips for making sure your event is successful.
March 14, 2018
Co-host Stacey Lindes began her career in education as a primary grade, elementary school teacher and was then encouraged to apply for a position as a technology coach in her district. AJ and Chris pepper her with questions about the day-to-day life of being a coach in education.
Feb. 28, 2018
As a result of the very idea of PodcastPD and the good ‘ole days of our conversations on Twitter and Blab.im Chris has been teaching at Rutgers University in the DCIM Program since January 2016. Our conversation with Chris focuses on his teaching experiences at the college level and we believe ther…
Jan. 31, 2018
Joseph Dziuba is a passionate 4th-year educator certified in mathematics (K-12) who works diligently to meet the needs of each individual that crosses his path. His passion for teaching and learning coupled with his vision of developing a community of leaders fuels his mission of cultivating a posi…
Jan. 17, 2018
The new year is a natural time to go ahead and reset a number of aspects of our lives. One of the ways people have been doing this of late has been through the idea of #OneWord. In this episode, we try to guess each other’s one word for 2018 and give our thoughts on each others words as well.