Season 1 Recap Part 1: Navigating Education – The Podcast

Season 1 of Navigating Education – The Podcast is almost over! As the season comes to an end, there will be a number of blog posts summarizing all of the great episodes from the season. The purpose of having a number of posts reviewing the season is to provide an opportunity for you to take a listen to all of the amazing content and guests. So many insightful episodes and nuggets of information all educators can take from each episode to amplify their practice!

In this post, we have our first ten episodes of the podcast as well as the twelve bonus episodes that are based on the content from the book Navigating the Toggled Term: A Guide for K-12 Classroom and School Leaders. Take a listen as each of these topics are relevant to navigating education in our ever-changing world!

First Ten Episodes

Episode 10 – Integrating Instructional Strategies with EdTech Tools: The How-to Process

Episode 9 – Developing Classroom Routines in the Modern Classroom Environments: Building Routines for Digital and In-Person Settings

Episode 8 – Special Education Case Management: Harnessing EdTech to Make Case Management Efficient and Effective

Episode 7 – Adaptive EdTech for Personalized Learning and Retrieval Practice

Episode 6 – Online & Distance Learning – What Works According to Research and Practice

Episode 5 – Blended Learning: Practical Steps to Enhance your Teaching

Episode 4 – The Age of Formative Assessment

Episode 3 Using EdTech Tools to Make Data-Driven Decisions in a Matter of Seconds or Minutes

Episode 2 – SEL Integration with EdTech Tools through App-Smashing to Build Community and Relationships with Students

Episode 1 – Introducing: Navigating Education – The Podcast

Bonus Episodes – Navigating the Toggled Term: A Guide for K-12 Classroom and School Leaders

Featured in the first 13 Bonus Episodes of Navigating Education – The Podcast are a series of interviews from the contributing authors who contributed each case study to the end of each chapter in Navigating the Toggled Term: A Guide for K-12 Classroom and School Leaders. They provide their insight as to how they are navigating education through a variety of different topics discussed in the book.

Chapter 1 β€“ Selecting EdTech Tool with Shannon Moore (Bonus Episode 6)

Chapter 2 β€“ EdTech Tools and Applications for Distance Learning, Blended Learning, and Traditional In-Class Settings: Teacher Narrative by Jennifer Ingold (Bonus Episode 7)

Chapter 3 β€“ Research-Based Instructional Strategies to Integrate with EdTech Tools to Amplify Learning: Teacher Narrative by Mark Ureel (Bonus Episode 1)

Chapter 4 β€“ Differentiating Instruction with EdTech for English Language Learners and Students with Special Needs: Teacher Narrative by Elizabeth Esposito Haupert (Bonus Episode 9)

Chapter 5 β€“ Special Education, IEP Meetings, and Case Management During a Toggled Term: Teacher Narrative by John Maguire (Bonus Episode 12)

Chapter 6 β€“ Student and Family Engagement During a Toggled Term: Teacher Narrative by Janet Ilko, Ed.D. (Bonus Episode 10)

Chapter 8 β€“ Types of Blended Learning: Teacher Narrative by Victoria Lowe (Bonus Episode 8)

Chapter 10 β€“ The Coherence Framework for the Toggled Term: School Leader Narrative by Darrin Peppard, Ed.D. (Bonus Episode 3)

Chapter 11 β€“ Optimizing Professional Learning During a Toggled Term: Teacher Narrative By Rosalinda Avalos (Bonus Episode 4)

Chapter 12 β€“ K-12 Educator Self-Care While Navigating the Toggled Term: Teacher Narrative 1 by Jillian DuBois / Teacher Narrative 2 by Ariel Adrian (Bonus Episodes 2 and 5)

Launch Party Audio Podcast β€“ Navigating the Toggled Term: A Guide for K-12 Classroom and School Leader (Bonus Episode 13)

Published by Matthew Rhoads, Ed.D.

Innovator, EdTech Trainer and Leader, University Lecturer & Teacher Candidate Supervisor, Consultant, Author, and Podcaster

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