The Drive Podcast

One of the things that I have started doing on my drive to Stillwater is record some thoughts for a podcast.  These short podcasts are meant to be thought provoking, challenging, or perhaps idea creating.  My goal is to help you truly think about your teaching practice – how can you make it better?  What needs to be changed?  What needs to be tweaked?  What risks are you willing to take?

I love your feedback and ideas – thank you for sharing those thoughts with me!  Together we can grow on our journey as teachers, working to be the most brilliant educators we can be!

You can get The Drive in audio format through several different places:
Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/teaching…m-here/the-drive
Soundcloud: @teachingfromhere
Zencast.fm: media.zencast.fm/the-drive/
BAM Radio: pulse.bamradionetwork.com/teachfromhere/radio
iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-d…d1023794224?mt=2

Thank you for listening!  Enjoy The Drive

Episode 1 – Introduction to The Drive

Episode 2 – EdCamp

Episode 3 – Blogging

Episode 4 – Twitter

Episode 5 – Personal Learning Networks (PLN’s)

Episode 6 – Equity

Episode 7 – Change

Episode 8 – Literacy

Episode 9A – Outside the Box Thinking – Do We Teach This In School?

Episode 9B – Tackk

Episode 11 – The Flipped Classroom

Episode 12 – EdTech Thoughts



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