Monthly Archives: August 2013

Episode 18: Pedagogy Meets Technology With Sam Patterson

In this episode: Sam Patterson talks about Technology and Pedagogy. And Puppets.

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Episode 17: Hanging Out With Yong Zhao

In this episode: Want to know what’s up with Common Core? Listen to +Yong Zhao take +Mike Vollmert and I to school in the latest rebootED episode. We also talk about his latest book “World Class Learners: Educating Creative and Entrepreneurial Students“. You can find … Continue reading

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Episode 16: Leading From The Front

In this episode: Dr. Mike Vollmert and Andrew Schwab talk with Dr. John Puglisi, Superintendent of the Rio School District in Oxnard CA about leading from the front, building a school culture and developing professionals.  

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Episode 15: Talking Education With Dan Pink

In this episode: Best Selling Author Daniel Pink joins us to talk about his new book “To Sell Is Human” and how his exploration into the research in social science might inform education policy and practice. In addition to reading … Continue reading

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Episode 14: Conspiracy Theories

In this episode: We talk about John Taylor Gatto’s “The Underground History of American Education” and Mike assures Andrew that their is no light at the end of the tunnel.

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Episode 13: An Elementary Principal’s Principles

In this episode: Melinda Miller talks to us about Elementary School issues and how they differ from high school.

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Episode 12: Building School PLNs

In this episode:

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Episode 11: Just Do It

In this episode: No topics, no show notes, no guests, no direction, just rambling on about big ideas and issues off the top of our heads. Enjoy!

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Episode 10: Devices for 1:1 in Education

In this episode: We have an iPad mini sighting and what device is right for your 1:1 program?

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Episode 9: Redefining Public Education

In this episode: We talk about what public education should be.

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