Graduation is the most special moment in a student's schooling and it should be a special time each year for educators. Find out how you as educator can help make commencement special for your students and school regardless if you are a primary educator, middle school teacher, or high school faculty. Included in this episode are many ideas on whether you should attend commencement, graduation celebrations, gift ideas, and more. This podcast will inspire educators to be life-long educators to their students. In honor or Memorial Day, this episode is dedicated to Sgt. Keith Kline, a former student, who was killed in Iraq. The Wired Educator Podcast is dedicated to help educators become their best and live an extraordinary lifestyle.
Wired Educator interviews Kaci Heins about her accomplishments and recognition by NASA as a 6th grade educator and how she and her students sent a balloon and a GoPro Camera to the edge of space, and more!
Kaci Heins is a 6th grade science teacher at Northland Preparatory Academy in Flagstaff, Arizona. She has a passion for integrating STEM into the classroom through hands-on projects and engineering design challenges. Her hope for her students is that they will develop a love of learning and to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. Kaci is the 2014 Air Force Association National Aerospace Teacher of the Year, the Flagstaff STEM Teacher of the Year, an Arizona Ambassador for Excellence, and an American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Educator Achievement Award winner.
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An interview with Dave Burgess, author of the widely popular Teach Like a Pirate. Dave tells his story of becoming a pirate and how he is helping educators increase student engagement, boost creativity, and transform lives!
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