Thanks for listening to our discussion about Ourselves! 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. For additional information about the discussion, check out the links below.
HT Tee-Shirts: Just a few hours left to order.
- Paul had a Huckleberry Moscow Mule with his old boss.
- David and Paul have both had drinks with Chi K., who is, herself, a boss.
- Emily B. is a rotating boss.
- So very many badges.
- Jacob R. thinks that David’s class-size hive mind issue from last week is perhaps intractable (David agrees).
- David S. thinks more practice regents items would be the most useful for students with assessment performance issues (David feels this is maximized in his classes, and is thinking about other structures).
- Here’s an example of one of David’s Chemistry review sheets.
- CastleLearning is the best!
- “High Structure” vs. “Low Structure” learners.
- How to Win at Extra Help
- All of Paul’s family quotes are about horses
- David has gotten much use out of his titanium spork.
- Paul has gotten much use out of his electric wasp swatter.
- Paul got to see octet molecule tiles.
- 3D Molecular Designs Water Kit
- The Vectorship
Featured Patron: Amanda M/
- Support the show on Patreon. We’ll take your nickels.
T-Shirt time is running out. But you can still order one here for a few more hours.
This Week's Topic: One Year of Horizontal Transfer
- How the show gets made.
- How professional podcasts get made
- Eric M. wants us to be careful on the front-end
- We like other voices. Maybe your other voice (link to google voice line?)
- Maybe a Field Recording section...
- Paul is going to Microsoft, will he get to play with this?
- Amanda M. would like to see themed episodes.
- We hope we continue to provide a useful place for science teachers. Thanks to everyone for listening!
- The Vivaldi browser
- Apparently chrome no longer keeps very many of the old versions of itself (though you can select ‘Show Package Contents’ on the app in the finder and then open the versions folder to see if that holds true for you).
- “The Signal and the Noise”
- David said that his mean class size is around 20, in retrospect, it’s probably more like 23, and is a function of what he teaches more than larger district trends.