What’s Become Clear: Questioning assumptions, reinventing schools

with Dr. Steve Wyckoff

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You may be wondering about the name of this podcast/blog, What’s Become Clear. Several years ago I had the opportunity to spend a couple of days listening to some of the best minds in America. One of those individuals was Tom Peters. Tom is considered to be one of the great business thinkers of our time and he did a wonderful presentation. At the end of his presentation he asked the question, “As a result of today’s conversation, what has become clear to you?” I thought it was a fascinating question and it really prompted me to think deeply. Since that time I’m forever asking people, “So what’s become clear to you?”

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Dr. Yong Zhao – Students and Their Education – AESA 2013 Keynote (Whats Become Clear AESA)

December 5, 2013

Dr. Yong Zhao is an internationally known scholar, author, and speaker. His works focus on the implications of globalization and technology on education. He has designed schools that cultivate global competence, developed computer games for language learning, and founded research and development institutions to explore innovative education models. He has published over 100 articles and 20 books, including Catching Up or Leading the Way: American Education in the Age of Globalization and World Class Learners: Educating Creative and Entrepreneurial Students. […]

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Guest Host Dr. Bill Hagerman Interviews Host Dr. Steve Wyckoff (What’s Become Clear #30)

November 15, 2013

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/WBC_30.mp3 Dr. Steve Wyckoff Steve has been in public education since 1972. He has taught at the middle and high school levels, and served as a building level administrator for over a decade. He has worked in school improvement and school reform since 1992. In addition he has taught at the university level in educational administration and lead superintendents in their study of the future. Steve has been at ESSDACK since 1991. Beginning as the School Improvement Specialist, Steve worked […]

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Jane Seward and Robi Alstrom, Teaching Teachers To Teach Reading (What’s Become Clear #29)

November 8, 2013

Jane Seward In 2007, Jane brought her belief to ESSDACK that teaching reading really is “rocket science.”  Her passion for literacy is shared with teachers as she sees them empowered in their ability to teach a broader range of students to read at grade level.  Prior to ESSDACK, Jane was an elementary teacher before spending seven years as the reading specialist for South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative in Pratt. Her educational background, including a Master’s Degree from Wichita State […]

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Kevin Honeycutt On Many Topics;-) (What’s Become Clear #28)

October 31, 2013

Kevin Honeycutt The trip, the work, and just an awful lot of rambling thoughts! If you ever visited with Kevin or me you know how these conversations can wander!         http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/WBC_28_Kevin.mp3

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John Martin, Technology and BOE’s (What’s Become Clear #27)

October 24, 2013

John Martin A self-proclaimed Edu-Imagineer, John Martin is an experienced educator and technology professional who has opened conversations and presented seminars and workshops on technology concepts and practices to a wide variety of audiences. http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/WBC_27_John_Martin.mp3 You can reach or follow John via: E-mail: john @ jemartin.com Google Voice: (202) 695-3276 Skype: edventures Facebook: http://facebook.com/edventures Twitter: http://twitter.com/edventures Plurk: http://plurk.com/edventures When not sifting through RSS feeds, John can be found climbing, biking and hiking in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.

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KidWind, and Other Cool Stuff with Kim Herron (What’s Become Clear #26)

October 17, 2013

Kim Herron As a native of Northwest Kansas with degrees and experience in Veterinary Technology, Nursing, Childcare, and Education Kimberly Herron brings world experiences and expectations into her 6th grade classroom at Inman Elementary School. Since graduating from Fort Hays State University with a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education in 2005, Kimberly has integrated technology across the curriculum in both self-contained and subject block classrooms. The utilization of project-based research, cooperative learning, computer and ipad software and networks enhances the educational […]

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Augmented Reality w/ Drew Minock and Brad Wade (What’s Become Clear #25)

October 10, 2013

Drew Minock Drew is a rising star in the world of educational technology and motivational speaking. Drew is the Co-Founder of the educational blog Two Guys and Some iPads and augmented reality meet up AR Detroit. Minock has launched the popular educational podcast “The Two Guys Show” to inspire educators to reach new heights. Drew is currently serving on the Teacher Advisory Board for edtech startups Remind 101, and Three Ring. He is also currently serving as an educational advisor […]

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Curtis Chandler, Common Core and Engagement (What’s Become Clear #24)

October 3, 2013

Join Steve Wyckoff and his guest, Curtis Chandler, as they discuss how the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) can lead to engagement and customization of learning for all students. Curtis Chandler is an Education Specialist, Staff Developer, and Keynote Speaker working at ESSDACK to improve the instructional capacity of schools.  He has worked with the Center for Teacher Quality, the Council of Chief State School Officers,  the Mid-Amercian Association for Computers in Education, and with school districts around the nation to […]

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The Focus Of Education, Diana Wieland and Joni Clark-Leiker (What’s Become Clear #21)

August 14, 2013

Diana Wieland Director Of Curriculum andInstruction, Colby Public School Colby Public Schools dwieland@colbyeagles.org   Joni Clark-Leiker Career Counselor, Colby High School jcl@colbyeagles.org     If you could only focus on three things in your school district? … My answers today … 1. Change from a culture of compliance to a culture of authentic engagement. – […]

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Twitter Chat #ksed Teaching And Learning In Kansas (What’s Become Clear #20)

May 7, 2013

First #KSed chat “Getting Started” April 15, 2013 Dan Krutka, PhD@WSUSocStudies Join @GingerLewman for the 1st ever #KSed chat in 30 minutes @ 7:30pm CST! Its the biggest thing since Bleeding Kansas… but more positive! 22 DAYS AGO REPLYRETWEETFAVORITE ksedmod@ksedmod 15min to the very first ever #KSed chat! Tonite’s topic is “Getting Started.” Tweetchat veterans and newbies are all welcomed! 22 […]

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