Teuton Talks Episode 1 author Jefferson Knapp

April 24, 2017

Teuton Talks Episode 1 (Feb 9, 2017) Payton Larson visits with author Jefferson Knapp to discuss his book series, his publishing company and a special project he’s been working on with a Kansas-raised NBA basketball player.

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Unschooling the Sit-N-Get Student – PracticingPBL #26: Ginny Ogden

April 19, 2017

Ginger is back telling the success stories of PBL being used in the classroom.  Her guest today is Ginny Ogden.  Ginny is a foreign language teacher at Jefferson Forest High School in Lynchburg, Virginia.  They talk about an exciting new opportunity for Ginny this year.  She is on a pilot team using a flexible schedule and more PBL to change the way students learn. Find Ginger on the Web gingerlewman.com lifepracticepbl.org steammakercamp.org Connect with Ginger on Social Media     

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STEM Everyday #61: Mary Ann Rogers Lamberth

April 18, 2017

Wow!  Who knew you could fit so much into one podcast.  Chris talks with Mary Ann Rogers Lamberth, STEM instructor plus Film and Broadcasting at The STEM Academy in Savannah Georgia.  Participants use problem-based, project-based learning in a collaborative, modified flipped classroom to plan, create, and present film and broadcasting products while analyzing the film-making and broadcasting process and evaluating respected films from the American and international canon along with current technology innovations and trends.  Chris and Mary Ann talk […]

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STEM Everyday #60: Calculators

April 11, 2017

The tools kids use in the classroom have sure changed over the years.  Phones once relied on a land line, you picked up the receiver and an operator connected your phone call.  Now we have added smart to the name and they will connect you from almost anywhere.  However, smartphones and tablets can be a great tool to use in the classroom.  But with so many apps out there where do you start.  When it comes to calculators choosing from […]

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STEM Everyday #59: The moment you realize you were meant to be a teacher

April 4, 2017

teacher: one that teaches; especially: one whose occupation is to instruct. Everybody has an idea of what that big important job looks like and how they will achieve that goal when they grow up.  But does Teacher ever top that list?  If you really look at it is there any bigger more important or impactful job than taking on the role of educating the future?  Chris takes a little time to talk about his journy to becoming a teacher.   Chris […]

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STEM Everyday #58: Monster Math

March 29, 2017

  Chris talks with CEO and Co-Founder of Makkajai Roopesh Shenoy about Monster Math.  Monster Math is a game which uses story lines to engage students and help them practice and learn over forty skills in math. The game is fully customizable to suit your student’s aptitude and you can choose between basic and advanced skills with a simple toggle. Website:  makkajai.com Twitter:  @makkajai       Chris Woods – Host of the STEM Everyday podcast HS Math Teacher, STEM Presenter, […]

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STEM Everyday Bonus!

March 23, 2017

It’s a bonus day for the STEM Everyday podcast. Our very own Chris Woods was a presenter at MACUL 2017.  He was kind enough to allow us to post the video of his presentation.  Enjoy!   Host of the STEM Everyday podcast: Chris Woods HS Math Teacher, STEM Presenter, iBook creator, & Podcaster “STEM is everywhere…Let me help you see it & add it to your classroom” Find Chris on Twitter: @dailystem

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STEM Everyday #57: Education Conferences

March 21, 2017

Fresh off of attending and presenting at the 2017 MACUL conference in Detroit, MI., Chris gives his thoughts on the benefits attending education conferences.  How to utilize them for connecting with new people, share experiences, and collaborate with others. Host of the STEM Everyday podcast:  Chris Woods HS Math Teacher, STEM Presenter, iBook creator, & Podcaster “STEM is everywhere…Let me help you  see it & add it to your classroom” Find Chris on Twitter:  @dailystem  

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STEM Everyday #56: Education Buzzwords

March 14, 2017

Buzzword:  a word or phrase, often an item of jargon, that is fashionable at a particular time or in a particular context. Buzzwords seem to be the hot thing in education.  Of course, there is the big one S.T.E.M which is for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics?  Maybe in place of S.T.E.M., you could broaden the focus into S.T.A.M.P.E.R., Science, Technology, Arts, Mathematics, Physical, Emotions, and Reason.  Is there a next big buzzword out there?  Chris gives his thoughts on this topic. […]

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History Tech #42: 5 Podcasts To Listen To

March 9, 2017

On this episode of the History Tech podcast, Glenn shares 5 of his favorite podcasts to listen to. Podcasting, once an obscure method of spreading information, has become a recognized medium for distributing audio content, whether for corporate or personal use.  Podcasts are similar to radio programs, but they are audio files.  Listeners can play them at their convenience, using devices that have become more common than portable broadcast receivers. Radiolab Presents: More Perfect  http://www.wnyc.org/shows/radiolabmoreperfect/ How does an elite group […]

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