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This podcast is full of creative teaching strategies, classroom ideas, and inspiration for middle and high school English teachers. Betsy Potash from Spark Creativity presents new ideas for immediate classroom use, making it that much easier for teachers to stay creative in the midst of their busy lives. Show notes and further inspiration await at nowsparkcreativity.com.
 
Conversations about using sketchnotes as a learning, problem-solving, and storytelling tool. Sketchnoting is a note-taking technique that taps into the verbal and visual processing powers of your brain, and in this show I chat with folks who are developing their sketchnoting skills so that you can learn from our experience in order to build and apply your own sketchnoting skills to work that you care about. I’m your host Doug Neill, and after getting a Master of Arts in Teaching, I got pulle ...
 
The #EduDuctTape Podcast, hosted by Jake Miller, focuses on viewing #edtech as a tool used to meet goals, address learning standards and solve problems in the classroom, much as duct tape is used as a tool that solves a plethora of problems in our lives. In each episode, Jake sits down with a different inspiring guest to share and discuss some awesome ideas for using tech in the classroom! Join us for Educational Duct Tape, every other week on Wednesday!
 
The Uptake with Anna Chu is a new show on all things tech and community. Host Anna Chu will be traveling and introducing you to people all over the world as she follows the path of Microsoft Ignite The Tour. The show covers topics in the world of tech, as well as uncovers people’s journeys - and how-tos - of professional learning, development and community building. You will meet inspiring people in the community of tech and get inspired to be a part of a vast and expanding community in your ...
 
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In this episode, branding and storytelling expert Marc Gutman shares how he uses images and words together to tell the stories of brands for entrepreneurs and businesses. Learn about Marc’s unique visual task list and how sketchnotes have integrated themselves into his life, in this interesting interview. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the S…
 
Want to teach your students to apply critical thinking to their notetaking? Sketchnoting creates more engagement and retention, but not every kid comes to it naturally. In this interview with Sylvia Duckworth, find out how to teach all kids how to sketchnote, not just the ones who self-identify as artists.…
 
Dr. Will Deyamport joins the show to talk about effectively building your curriculum in your learning management system (LMS) and a collection of compelling reasons that Schoology might be the LMS for you. Also, Jake answers a listener’s question about design thinking games. #EduDuctTape S04-E68 Find the show notes online at jakemiller.net/eduductt…
 
In this episode, Mina Legend shares how she connects the dots from tango dancing moves and bartending skills to make her visual thinking unique. Hear how she and her visual thinking firm, Big Brain Agency, provide live scribing and visual facilitation for small and large customers in Sweden, Europe, and worldwide. Sponsored by Concepts This episode…
 
How might we create a community of care in our schools through mindfulness practices? Today on the show I speak with Laura Sygrove and Rochelle Miller from the New Leaf Foundation. Full show notes can be found at: https://cohort21.com/teachingtomorrow/2021/11/10/communitiesofcare/By Celeste Kirsh
 
In this episode, Michael Geiß-Hein, better known as “Mister Maikel” from Germany, shares his journey from analog-only to adding digital graphic recording and sketchnoting to his company’s options. Mister Maikel also talks about his experience creating his new book on sketchnoting, “Sketchnotes, Dein Workshop” or “Sketchnotes, Your Workshop” where h…
 
Jeni Long and Sallee Clark join to talk about fun projects that students can do to demonstrate their learning. The Microsoft Teams Playbook authors share about Canva for Edu, Buncee, Book Creator, Wakelet, and PowerPoint. Also, Jake answers listener questions about word clouds, Jamboard, and Seesaw. Find the show notes online at jakemiller.net/edud…
 
If you're interested in teaching abroad, love travel, or are just curious what it's like to live in a country that's only been a country for a few decades, this episode's for you! If you're here strictly for the creative teaching ideas, I hear you. Don't worry, they'll be back in the next episode.By Betsy Potash: English Teacher + Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer
 
In this episode I talk with Ben Norris, a software developer, sketchnoter, mental health advocate, blacksmith, a loving husband and father of 7. Ben shares his passion for mental health, and how sketchnoting is a meditative practice he’s used to support his own journey with ideas for you too. Journey along with us on this thoughtful discussion. Spo…
 
Three Google Earth Education Experts, Google Innovators, and Trainers—Jeffery Heil, Jesse Lubinsky, and Donnie Piercey—join me to discuss different tools and features for exposing students to different geographical areas. The guys from the Partial Credit podcast tell us about Google Earth, Google Earth Voyages, Google Earth Engine, and more! Show n…
 
Ready to bring hexagonal thinking in as a creative discussion strategy for your students? Find out how in this podcast episode. You'll be amazed at the creativity and critical thinking that comes with hexagonal thinking. In today's episode, we're turning the usual format around. Listen in as Amanda Cardenas from Brave New Teaching interviews me abo…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I talk with Sheena Mays, a music teacher, sketchnoter, and lettering artist about her journey from music to sketchnoting to hand-lettering. Learn how hand-lettering as therapy for multiple sclerosis led Sheena to launch a hand-lettering and sketchnoting company — in the pandemic — and how this challenge strengthened …
 
This bonus episode features a conversation that I had with Dr. Greg Goins on his Reimagine Schools Podcast about student-paced classrooms, student choice, personalized learning, and social media for professional learning. Show Notes available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-bonus-008 Check out the Reimagine Schools Podcast here: anchor.fm/greg-goins.…
 
Looking for flexible, creative activities to go with your next whole class novel unit? Find them here! In today's episode, I'm welcoming four surprise guests to share their favorite flexible go-tos for any novel unit. Learn more in the show notes at: nowsparkcreativity.com Let's connect on Instagram! @nowsparkcreativity…
 
In this episode, Matt Ragland, a productivity guide, creator coach, and sketchnoter, talks about how he integrates sketchnoting elements into his productivity practice. Learn how your abilities as a creative person can enhance your productivity practice, and why your bullet journal pages don’t need to be Instagram-worthy to be valuable to you. Time…
 
How might we embrace both the incrementalism and urgency of anti-racism growth in all of our schools? Today I talk with the amazing Jennifer Grant on the show.Jennifer Grant is the director of the Office of Anti-Racism, Equity and Human Rights Services at George Brown College in Toronto and has a background in Child Youth Care. We talk in this epis…
 
In this episode of the podcast, hear from Josie Dee — a sketchnoter, author, script-writer, and poet as she shares how she entered into visual thinking and continues to use Sketchnotes every day in unique ways. Josie found a niche at work where she captures sketchnotes that help clarify communications, and how initially it was a challenge to convin…
 
Joshua Stamper, author of ASPIRE to Lead and host of Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast, joins me to talk about how we can use edtech to make managing restorative practice and PBIS more efficient, giving us more time to focus on the relationship piece. Show notes are also available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-65 A Book for a Frien…
 
Research is such a vital skill in ELA, but it's not always easy to get students to buy in. Let's explore some fresh takes on the traditional research paper. In this context, we'll talk about Dave Perkins' idea of "The whole game at the junior level." Find out how this simple concept can transform any unit, and change the way your students see their…
 
In this episode, I talk with compulsive sketchnoter and designer, Rasagy Sharma from India. Learn how Rasagy came into design and sketchnoting from computer science, coding and engineering. Hear Rasagy talk about the hard work of improving his handwriting and how that led to his sketchnoting practice. I think you’re going to enjoy this interview! S…
 
In this episode, Ari Alvarez, a visual thinker, design thinker, and teacher from Mexico City, Mexico, talks about her shift from being an industrial design professor at university into full-time visual thinking and teaching. She shares how experiencing professional and person burnout led her to this radical change into full-time visual thinking. Th…
 
Jen Giffen, Shukes and Giff the Podcast co-host, Shake Up Learning trainer, and Google Innovator joins me to talk about how she creates her amazing sketchnotes! A Book for a Friend Contest! Submit your book endorsement on Flipgrid or Speakpipe! FlipGrid.com/EduDuctTape Speakpipe.com/EduDuctTape Soapbox Moment: The Baffled King Composing Hallelujah …
 
Today we're diving into all the details (and the free curriculum set) to get you started with student-designed escape rooms. You'll find out when to use the project, why to use the project, and how to use the project. And oh yes, there's definitely a rubric inside the curriculum set, don't worry, you'll also be able to grade the project! Find the s…
 
What has it been like to start a PhD during a pandemic? Today it’s just me on the show sharing my reflections on the first few days of this new educational journey. To complete the very short and very helpful listener survey go to:shorturl.at/bsAJPFor full show notes go to: https://cohort21.com/teachingtomorrow/2021/09/20/phdweek1/…
 
In this episode I talk with Dario Paniagua, visual thinker, coach, and ex-advertising agency veteran. Dario’s mission? Helping amateur scribes become professional visual thinkers with his courses and his coaching. You’ll hear about his journey out of the agency world into visual thinking. You’ll also learn about his courses that help you create met…
 
In this bonus episode, I chat with Fonz Mendoza on his podcast and YouTube Live show My EdTech Life about my challenges as a teacher in 2020-21, the offensive notion of learning loss, balancing family and work, and balancing my classroom work with my work as a podcaster, author, and speaker. Also, I unveil a new contest, which runs through 10.31.21…
 
In this episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, I talk with Eleanor Beer, a Graphic Facilitator and Illustrator near Cardiff, United Kingdom. Hear Eleanor’s origin story of how she came into the visualization space as well as the challenges she overcame during pandemic by adding digital graphic facilitation to her analog work. Sponsored by the Sket…
 
How can we as educators learn from the experience our students had this past summer at camp? Today on the show I am joined by Ross McIntyre, The Director of Community Initiatives at Camp Couchiching. Full show notes can be found here: https://cohort21.com/teachingtomorrow/2021/09/07/rossmclntyre/Please take a few minutes a complete the listener sur…
 
We kick off season 10 with talented illustrator and creative leader, Alejo Porras! Alejo is creative lead at The Sketch Effect, a company that offers graphic recording and explainer videos. He’s a trained and talented illustrator and also works as an artist coach, helping artists reclaim their joy in art. He shares stories about his work at The Ske…
 
Today, Tony Vincent of LearningInHand.com and Shapegrams takes over the #EduDuctTape controls to interview me - Jake - about my new book Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset. Don’t miss out on the fun and games! *** This episode is also available as a VIDEO! You can check it out at this link: youtube.com/watch?v=x2_PKCsHvjk Today’s …
 
I have great guest interviews for your listening pleasure, including: Alejo Porras Eleanor Beer Dario Paniagua Ari Alvarez Rasagy Sharma Josie Dee Matt Ragland Sheena Mays Ben Norris Mister Maikel Mina Legend Marc Gutman Ahn Bui I think you are going to LOVE season 10! New episodes start next week Monday, September 6th, 2021 with Alejo Porras, so k…
 
On this episode, Chad talks about how he came to Micro.blog (a Kickstarter backer!), how he became a sketchnoter, and why he likes the Racket platform for audio sharing. Check out Chad’s Micro Camp presentation (together with Chris), Getting Started With Sketchnoting and learn how to create your own sketchnote selfie. 😄 Watch the 2021 Micro Camp pr…
 
Sunni Brown Sunni Brown is a social entrepreneur who has been named one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business” and one of the “10 Most Creative People on Twitter” by Fast Company. She is the best-selling author of Gamestorming and The Doodle Revolution, a keynote speaker, expert meeting facilitator, book coach, and dedicated Zen student. Her…
 
Today, Stacey Roshan joins me for a special chat (it's available as a video too!) where we discuss her flipped math classroom, her EdTech evolution, and the parallels between her book Tech With Heart and my book Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset. *** This episode is also available as a VIDEO! You can check it out at this link: ht…
 
Today, Dr. Catlin Tucker joins me to talk about Universal Design, EdTech, and her book UDL and Blended Learning: Thriving in Flexible Learning Landscapes which she co-wrote with Katie Novak. Show Notes available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-61 Intro Educational Duct Tape book Sneak Peek - Chapter 3: Bounce Houses, Rolling Pins, and Duct Ta…
 
In this episode, learn how Beth Duncan, a creative high school teacher from North Carolina, got her students podcasting. Discover the steps she went through to make the project successful and get ready to start podcasting with your own students.By Betsy Potash: English Teacher + Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer
 
In this episode, we hear 8 Duct Tapers’ Success Stories, Takeaways, Favorite Moments, and Tips from Season 3 of the podcast! Plus, more Educational Duct Tape book sneak peeks! Also, the episode ends with a 10.5- minute smile-inducing listening experience: the Giggle Mix! Show Notes available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-s3finale2 Intro Mark Gasawa…
 
On this episode, Laurence Warner joined us for a chat shortly before his debut double album Smalltown Dreamer was released under his stage name Cerulean. We talked about using Micro.blog as a creator and performer, how Micro.blog could attract more folks from the performing arts, and the fun of meeting up with another microblogger (Jas) in person. …
 
In this episode we look back at some of the amazing things shared by my Season 3 guests! 17 awesome educators joined me on the podcast during 2020-21 school year and this is our chance to reflect on the great educational technology insights that they shared! ***FIXED AUDIO*** Show Notes available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-s3finale1 Get on the S…
 
In this episode, featuring five creative guest experts, discover six powerful ideas to transform your ELA classroom into the inclusive, creative, inspiring place you want it to be. These tips are low cost or no cost, and easy to put into place.By Betsy Potash: English Teacher + Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer
 
In this episode I'm chatting with Rens Klein, who is taking advantage of a 10-week break from a graduate program to focus on building his sketchnoting skills. We chat about how best to use the chunks of time that he has set aside for his sketchnoting work, and also what to do when you reach the point of information overload during a sketchnoting se…
 
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