https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-wue7d-aa9971 Recorded on February 10, 2019 Brent Coley began his career in education in 1996, teaching grades four and five for 15 years before transitioning into administration. He is currently the proud principal of Alta Murrieta Elementary School in Murrieta, California. Passionate about educational technology, Brent is always looking for new ways tech can […]
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https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-aisgy-a3d70d Special Episode: Elissa Frazier Recorded on January 6, 2019 Elissa Joy is a mother, wife, educator, and advocate for families touched by Autism. She draws inspiration for her books from her own life experiences. She enjoys seeing children get excited as they transform into the minds of the characters they read about. […]
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https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-276ec-9e3ce0 Recorded on November 1, 2018 Nicol Howard, PhD is currently an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator in the School of Education (Department of Teaching and Learning) at the University of Redlands. Nicol has served as an educator in various capacities over the past 18 years. She has taught at the high school level (9th […]
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Authors Should Understand the Value of Their Brands by William Jackson, My Quest to Teach and Regina Edwards, Authors Roundtable The Jacksonville Public Library’s “Authors Roundtable” meets monthly at the Highlands Branch of the Jacksonville Public Library. William Jackson of My Quest to Teach presented the use of Social Media platforms and tools to […]
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https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-6pzji-9856cf Special Episode: EduMatch Authors Recorded on August 26, 2018 Susan Brown (@subrown4h)Co-editor of #EduMatch Maker Book. Mandy Froehlich (@froehlichm)Director of Innovation & Tech | Author of #FireWithinBook🔥 | Hierarchy of Needs for #Innovation & #DivergentThinking | Co-host @bamradionetwork Teacher’s Aid Dene Gainey (@dene_gainey)Educator. Author of “Journey to the ‘Y’ in You.” #theteacherwhosings #CLIMBE #studentdrivenclassroom […]
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https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-t84yu-968bd6 Dr. Sharon H. Porter (Dr. Sharon) resides in the Washington, DC area. She is owner of Perfect Time SHP LLC, Coaching, Consulting, and Book Publishing Firm, Founder of the G.R.I.N.D. Entrepreneur Network™, Host of the I Am Dr. Sharon ™ Show, Creator and Host of Write the Book Now!™, Leadership Matters With Dr. Sharon™, […]
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Advocating for Kids Camp at WordCamp Calgary, Canada by William Jackson, #MyQuestToTeach WordCamp Speaker, Volunteer, Advocate, Blogger, Organizer WordCamp Calgary was surrounded by mountains that take your breath away. The scenery could not properly be captured in photos or video to truly display the splendor and magnificence of natural formations reaching thousands of feet into […]
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WordCamp Jacksonville An International Conference of Technology and Diversity by William Jackson #MyQuestToTeach WordCamp Jacksonville was well-attended by participants and speakers as far away as Nigeria, Miami, Georgia, and several Midwestern states. The excitement of sharing the growth of web development, digital platforms, and tools directly related to content creation and web development shows […]
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Father and Son Attending and Speaking at International WordCamps William Jackson, educator, blogger and community activist Sean Jackson, graduate students Florida State University @wmjackson – Twitter Growing numbers of public school educators, higher education instructors, and private school educators who are engaged in writing/blogging and building dynamic content have turned to the WordPress platform to […]
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can sometimes surprise me. I have a student, Stan, who is a self-admitted lazy person. This kid is SMART. Like what-are-you-doing-in-my-class-instead-of-advanced-English smart. He writes well, reads well, thinks abstractly, and does most of the work. But he is lazy. He often turns in work that minimally meets the requirements, represents superficial thinking, or is illegible. […]
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