Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education

I had the pleasure of chatting with Benjamin Kalb and Rebecca Peters about blended learning and our conversation is available on the Vrain Waves Podcast.

During our interview, we talked about the changing role of the teacher and learner in a blended classroom, designing a station rotation lesson that encourages collaboration, using technology to give students more agency, and rethinking what, where, and how we assess student work.

As a lover of podcasts, I have started to make my way through the other episodes. I highly recommend checking out the conversations with John Hattie and George Couros! They are interesting and thought-provoking. These podcasts plant seeds that keep me thinking long after the podcast is over, which I love!

If you have an education podcast you enjoy, please post a comment and share it with me! I am always looking for great podcasts. Thanks in advance!

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One Response to Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education

  1. Sheila Gearhart says:

    Thanks for recommending the Vrain Waves podcast. I am definitely going to check it out.

    I’d like to recommend the podcast EdTech Takeout. The hosts John & Mindy give lots of helpful ways to integrate technology in the classroom. They also share lots of edtech resources. Another I like is Shifting our Schools. The host Jeff Utecht, gives great advice and interviews guests that help teachers and school leaders shift their thinking from traditional teaching practices to instructional practices that will help prepare our students for future college and careers.

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