Episode 80- More Listening Than Talking

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Show Notes

Introduction:

Followup:

Teacher Hacks:

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This Week's Topic: Our Mentors

TWIL:

Supplementary Notes:

  • David acknowledges that his "maybe you want to be a bitch" anecdote is gender-biased, and reflects his privilege, but that's what happened, so he's not going to lie to you.

Episode 79- A Big, Lofty Thing

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#Show Notes

##Followup:

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##This Week's Topic: The Goal of Education

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Episode 78- 100% New Jobs for 50% of Us

Episode 78- 100% New Jobs for 50% of Us.

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Followup:

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This Week's Topic: David’s new job.

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Episode 77- Live from STEAM Day!

Thanks for listening to our live recording from STEAM Day at Commack Middle School! If you'd like to leave us some feedback, you can do that at the link above, on our Facebook page, or by contacting us on Twitter: @DavidKnuffke, @PaulAndersen, & @HrzntlTrnsfr. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here, or support the show here or on Patreon. For additional information about the discussion, check out the links below.

Show Notes

Introduction:

Support the show on Patreon

This Week's Topic: "Give one, Get One"

Thanks to everyone who came to the recording of this episode!

Special thanks to everyone at Commack School District for hosting STEAM Day!

Episode 73- Not Just Another Clip Show

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Reminder that we are staying bi-weekly through Election Day!

Show Notes

Introduction:

  • Nyet.

Followup:

Teacher Hacks:

The Featured Patreon Patron: Stephen Traphagen

This Week's Topic: Back-To-School Retrospective

TWIL:

  • Paul learned about a ['Strong signal' from a sun-like star] (http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/30/health/seti-signal-hd-164595-alien-civilization/)
  • Civilization types
  • David was reminded to never forget the work that teachers do.

Episode 72- Summer Reading 2016

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Show Notes

Introduction:

Followup:

Teacher Hacks:

This Week's Topic: Summer Reading 2016- “Lab Girl”

TWIL:

Supplementary Notes:

  • Though it is pointed out in the link above, Sydney B. reminds us that injera (the bread base for Ethiopian cuisine) is in fact made from Teff, and not from fermented wheat. David apologized for grain-maligning a vibrant culinary tradition.

Episode 71- In Which Kuhnbo Calls the Tune-bo

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We will discuss our summer reading next episode. Please submit your thoughts, or links to your audio recordings

Followup:

Teacher Hacks:

  • David is getting tremendous use out of his SVG editor of choice for editing AV materials
  • Paul is getting tremendous use out of using his voice to command his phone

Bob K. supports the show on Patreon. Bob K. is an award-winning teacher. You should be like Bob K.

This Week's Topic: Note-Taking Strategies

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Episode 70- You've Kubbed my Molkky

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#Still ~ a month to read with us. Please join us!

Introduction:

  • David could theoretically be SCUBA diving right now.
  • #FlipCon
  • Paul was in Houston
  • Crude is apparently best stored in salt domes

Followup

  • Catie J. has no use for a clock in her classroom.
  • Daniella E. points us toward the NGSS Evidence Statements.
  • Jacob R. has lived the “reckless” bathroom life with David.
  • Matt C. advises us to throw off the shackles of Pokemon Go, and embrace the shackles of Ingress
  • The Central Park Pokemon Swarm
  • John M. likes his Inquiry Cubes.

Teacher Hacks

How Bob K. rose to become the uber-vector. Or you could just support the show on Patreon.

This Week's Topic: Tracking

TWIL:

Episode 69- Catching them All, With Paul

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#This is what we’ll be reading this summer. Please join us!

Introduction:

Followup

  • Devin S. tells us about The Delaney Card System for tracking students.
  • Scott D. gives us some administrator perspective on attendance and its taking.
  • Karen A. wrote a Unity & Diversity essay last year year. You should be more like Karen A. this year.
  • Brian B. thinks David and Paul agree on everything (David and Paul agree with him!).

Teacher Hacks

How to unseat Bob K. from his position as the uber-vector. Or you could just support the show on Patreon.

This Week's Topic: Asking Questions

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Episode 68- GRUMBLEFEST 2016!!!

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This is what we’ll be reading this summer. Please join us!

Introduction:

  • It’s over, it’s finally over!
  • Paul at vidcon.

Followup

Teacher Hacks

This Week's Topic: Pet Peeves

TWIL:

Episode 67- Let's Call Them "Professional Risks" Instead

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EPISODE SPECIFIC NOTES HERE (IF ANY)

Here is the poll for voting on a Summer Reading Book!

Introduction:

  • Not So Much

Followup

Teacher Hacks

We still love our Patreon Patrons.

  • Bob K has moved to Level 4.

This Week's Topic: Professional Failings

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Episode 66- You Might Say It's Fundamental

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We want your suggestions for Summer Reading 2016

Show Notes

Introduction

  • What June looks like in an NYS School District
  • What June looks like in the schools of most other states.

FollowUp

Teacher Hacks

This Week's Topic: What we are reading

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Episode 65- Revolutionizing the Classroom of the Future

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If you are an NYS Regents Chemistry Teacher (or if you know one), you should be aware of Streaming Regents Chemistry Review on Saturday, June 18th.

Show Notes

Introduction:

Followup:

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This Week's Topic: Our Future Classrooms

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TDIL:

Episode 64: NOS- More Than a Car Performance Booster

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We forgot to mention that we will be off on Monday, 5/30 (Memorial Day). Episode 65 will be posted on Monday, 6/6

The Unity & Diversity 2015 Writing Cycle Essays are being published.

NYS Chemistry Teachers- Are you interested in participating in a live-streamed YouTube Review? Contact David Here.

Show Notes

Introduction:

Followup:

Teacher Hacks:

This Week's Topic: The Nature of Science

TWIL:

  • Paul learned about the NetLogo Modeling Commons
  • David calculates that with ~22,000 views an hour, there were an average of 1.2 PAILs (Paul Andersen Instructional Lifetimes) per day being deployed on YouTube during the runup to AP Exams.

Episode 63: It's Not Just Applied Science

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Introduction:

Followup:

  • nein!

Teacher Hacks:

We have engineered our show’s funding through Patreon. Keep our editor, editing!

This Week's Topic: Engineering

TWIL: