On Sunday, May 3, 2020, we hosted another live broadcast on our YouTube channel to facilitate a conversation how education can and will change because of everything happening in the world in the Spring of 2020.
We were joined by a panel that included, Batsheva Frankel, Tim Cavey, and Jake Miller!
About our guests:
Batsheva Frankel, the producer, and host of the podcast Overthrowing Education has been an educator for over 25 years. In 2011, she began developing the award-winning LaunchBox line – activities and games that explore big philosophical ideas. As an educational consultant, Batsheva has presented professional development workshops to educators at conferences, universities, and schools throughout the US and UK. Her book, The Jewish Educator’s Companion: Practical Tools and Inspirational Ideas was published by Behrman House in June 2017. Batsheva is the director of The Areté Institute, a project of Areté Preparatory Academy.
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Tim Cavey is an 8th-grade educator teaching in Surrey, BC, Canada. Now in his 18th year of education, Cavey is currently pursuing a Master’s of Educational Leadership degree. His MEdL program has re-invigorated his passion for education. Favorite topics include collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, design thinking, growth mindset, inquiry, PBL, visible learning, and strategic uses of technology in education.
Connect with Tim:
Jake Miller is the #EduGIF Guy, Speaker, Tech Integration Specialist, Google Apps for Edu Trainer, & Nerd. Jake is also the host of the Educational Duct Tape Podcast.
Connect with Jake:
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Jake Miller is an edtech and learning enthusiast who hosts the Educational Duct Tape podcast and shares #EduGIFs at @JakeMillerTech and on JakeMiller.net. He works as a science teacher for the Orange City School District in Ohio and previously spent 5 years as a technology integration specialist and an additional 12 years in the classroom teaching math, science & STEM at various grade levels. Jake’s favorite job, however, is his full-time position as a husband and father.