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Podcast Power
Podcast Power

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Created by: Podcast Power
Created on: 16 Oct 2016
Language: English


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Add this to another station 110: Why grading and evaluating are not parts of effective assessment (14.03MB; download) -- A reader pushed back hard against Mark Barnes' article about going gradeless in Education Week's 10 Big Ideas Special Report. As you may have expected, Mark pushes back against the pushback in this episode, sharing excerpts from the EdWeek article and the comments. Along the way, Mark explains why grading and evaluating are not the same as effectively assessing learning in the no-grades classroom. Check out an excerpt from the article, No, Students Don't Need Grades, on our show notes page here: http://hacklearning.org/10bigideas Learn about going gradeless and other progressive education ideas at http://hacklearningbooks.com. Tell the world what you think of the podcast with an iTunes rating and review.
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:50:55 UTC
Add this to another station 109: Stop making the principal the bad guy (10.52MB; download) -- Mark discusses changing the narrative about school leaders. With a little help from principals Dan McCabe and Tracy R. Taylor, Mark says, it’s time to stop making the principal the bad guy. Visit the Show’s archive at http://hacklearningpodcast.com Browse the library at http://hacklearningbooks.com Check out http://spreaker.com for fast and hacky podcasting
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:50:49 UTC
Add this to another station 108: How to be the teacher they make movies about, with Mike Roberts (21.16MB; download) -- Mark interviews Utah English Teacher of the Year Mike Roberts, author of Hacking Classroom Management: 10 Ideas To Help You Become the Type of Teacher They Make Movies About. Learn more about Roberts and the Movie Teacher approach at http://hacklearning.org/movieteacher
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:50:43 UTC
Add this to another station 107: Why Google hates the GPA and the SAT - Hack Learning Uncut (13.60MB; download) -- Mark cites a Psychology Today Blog post, in which the author references an interview with a Google executive who says the search engine giant does not use GPAs and SAT scores to assess potential new hires. Mark Barnes despises grades and tests, and he wonders why schools continue to use them when one of the most successful companies on the planet disdains them. Read the article at https://medium.com/the-mission/inverse-relationship-between-gpa-and-innovative-orientation-57e604e7112 Listen to more episodes at http://hacklearningpodcast.com Browse the library at http://hacklearningbooks.com
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:50:38 UTC
Add this to another station 106: That's the Way We've Always Done it! -- Hack Learning Uncut (11.99MB; download) -- Mark posted this on social channels: "No, I won’t lecture, assign homework, punish, or grade my students, just because that’s the way we’ve always done it." And people reacted. He talks about it in classic Hack Learning Uncut style. Want more episodes? http://hacklearningpodcast.com Need a solution to a big problem? http://hacklearningbooks.com
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:50:16 UTC
Add this to another station 105: The World Really Is Different - Hack Learning Uncut (13.51MB; download) -- For parents and teachers, the old, "Back-in-my-day" mentality no longer works, because, as Kimberley Moran writes in Hacking Parenthood, The World Really Is Different. In this special Friday edition of Hack Learning Uncut, Mark shares Mantra 9 from the new book, Hacking Parenthood: 10 Mantras You Can Use Daily to Reduce the Stress of Parenting, along with some what-you-can-do-tomorrow strategies for reducing screentime at home in and the classroom. Mark explains how Moran uses the Parent Resource Notebook (PRN) as a powerful tool for pausing and reflecting--critical for both parents and teachers. Look inside Hacking Parenthood at http://parentmantras.com Access your free copy of the PRN at http://hackingparenthood.org Check out the Hack Learning library at http://hacklearningbooks.com
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:49:59 UTC
Add this to another station 104: Teach Kids to Debate, not to Diss (15.24MB; download) -- Love him or hate him President Donald Trump isn't the best example for kids, when it comes to debating issues on social media. In this non-political episode, Mark Barnes shares an excerpt from Shelly Terrell's book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies, which tackles the issue of online debate and disrespect head on. Learn how to teach kids to debate issues appropriately on social media, with some right-now strategies you can use today to engage kids in a meaningful discussion about online debate. Read the chapter on Teaching Debate at http://hacklearning.org/debate Check out all Hack Learning books at http://hacklearningbooks.com Listen to more episodes at http://hacklearningpodcast.com
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:49:43 UTC
Add this to another station 103: When teachers ask for the finger - Hack Learning Uncut (12.10MB; download) -- EduHacker Mark Barnes explains the problem with rewards, gestures, and asking kids to give you the finger, when attempting to effectively "manage" students. Of course, he's got a hack for that.
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:49:32 UTC
Add this to another station 102: How Mission-Minded Learning Makes the World a Better Place (20.09MB; download) -- Mark talks about the power of mission-minded learning with NAPW Woman of the Year, renowned EdTech presenter, and author of Hacking Digital Learning Strategies Shelly Sanchez Terrell. Learn more about EdTEch Missions at http://hackingDLS.com For more episodes, visit http://hacklearningpodcast.com
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:48:51 UTC
Add this to another station 101: Teacher Dress Unraveled - Hack Learning Uncut (13.94MB; download) -- A recent #HackLearning chat sparked some hot debate about appropriate teacher dress and engaging with students outside of class. Mark has opinions, and he's sharing in another Uncut episode. See the Twitter chat archive at http://hacklearning.org/dresscode Check out all episodes at http://hacklearningpodcast.com Visit the library at http://hacklearningbooks.com
Selected by: Podcast Power [ stations ], Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:48:41 UTC
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