Kelly interviews educator and novelist, Ty Roth. Ty is a high school English teacher and a Random House Author. Random House is without a doubt the largest book publsiher in the world and the dream of every novelist.
Ty Roth teaches literature and composition at both the high school and university level. He holds a Sociology degree from Xavier University, a Masters of Education from Ashland University, and a Masters of English from the University of Toledo. Ty was named one of the top “New Voices in YA Literature for 2011” by the American Booksellers Association, and SO SHELLY was chosen as a “Top Ten Romance for Youth” by Booklist, a Publication of the American Library Association. Ty’s second novel, GOODNESS FALLS, addresses the timely issue of concussions in high school football. As a former high school football coach, Ty and the novel were featured in a Cleveland Plain Dealer’s online edition’s investigative series on concussions in football. Ty continues to teach in Port Clinton, Ohio, as he works on what he hopes to be his third novel. Follow Ty Roth on Twitter at @TyRothAuthor.
Mentioned in the Podcast:
Ty Roth's website: http://www.tyrothbooks.com
The YA novels of Carl Deuker
On Writing by Stephen King (The best advice on writing available.)
...and so much more!
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Kelly interviews Jennier Magiera about her upcoming book Courageous Edventures, her work on the United States Educational Technology Plan, being recognized as an educator by President Obama and more.
Jennie is the Chief Technology Officer for Des Plaines School District 62, previously the Digital Learning Coordinator for the Academy for Urban School Leadership and a Chicago Public Schools math teacher. A White House Champion for Change, Apple Distinguished Educator, Google for Education Certified Innovator and TEDx Speaker, Jennie has been working to redefine teaching and learning through innovative new practices. Jennie is also passionate about transforming professional learning, serving on the Technical Working Group for the US Department of Education’s National Educational Technology Plan and co-founding PLAYDATE and other new conference concepts. She is also the author of the upcoming book, Courageous Edventures. Aside from her students, Jennie's great loves in life are sci-fi, mashed potatoes, Tabasco sauce, her dog and her husband. You can follow Jennie on Twitter at @MsMagiera or through her blog Teaching Like It’s 2999.
Mentioned in this Podcast:
The hashtag #7DayEdChallenge
Kelly interviews author, Jim Harmon. Jim has taught high school English, computers, and video production in the Cleveland, Ohio area for 18 years and is co-founder of Through Students' Eyes. He received his B.F.A. in Photojournalism from the Rochester Institute of Technology and his M.Ed. in Computer Uses in Education from Cleveland State University, where he was named a Distinguished Alumnus, 2008. Harmon was an adjunct teacher educator in educational technology at Baldwin Wallace University and Cleveland State University. He currently delivers professional development nationally. You can follow him on Twitter: @jimharmon
Jim has co-authored Through Students' Eyes with Kristien Zenkov. I hope to interview Kristien in a later episode about his amazing impact in education.
In the pre-roll, Kelly offers some great tips on how to determine the best time to buy a new Apple product, he discusses new educational books that he is reading, offers a few shout-outs to supporters of the show, his acceptance to the Worldwide Apple Distinguished Educator Institute in Berlin, Germany and more!
Mentioned in this Podcast:
• Jim's website regarding the Through Students' Eyes Project and book: http://www.throughstudentseyes.org
• A 20% Discount Code for Jim's Book Through Students' Eyes at Rowman and Littlefield Publishing using Code: RLEGEN16
• Jim Harmon's Book: Through Students Eyes Available on Amazon
• Please note: Jim is donating all of his proceeds from this book to a nonprofit foundation to support the Through Students Eyes Project. Awesome!
• Michael Hyatt's book Living Forward
• Play Like a Pirate by Quinn Rollins
• The Innovator's Mindset by George Couros
• Master the Media by Julie Smith
• How Much Water do We Have? by Pete and Kris Nunweiler
• Along Came a Leader by Kelly Croy
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Happy Birthday Wired Educator Podcast! One Year Old!
We have a fantastic line-up of interviews scheduled, but Kelly uses this episode to change-up the format for one week to celebrate a year of the podcast and to share with listeners: rules for expanding your classroom, a behind-the-scenes peek and an under-the-hood look at all of the resources Kelly uses to blog, podcast, write, and produce great content.
Kelly shares four rules to help you expand your impact as an educator without losing touch with your family, going broke, or crazy. They are good rules you may consider adopting and applying.
Kelly shares a boatload of resources to help you start or level-up your: blog, podcast, book, speaking, or online courses, and provides a little motivation on why you may want to start one of these.
Kelly shares his productivity tips for Twitter and few favorite hashtags.
Mentioned in this Podcast:
• The Best Microphone on a Teacher's Budget: The mic I use for my podcast. $58.12
• Auphonic: This is a paid service that normalizes volume, etc. & makes your podcast sound great.
• Libsyn: Where I host my podcast.
• MarsEdit: Software I use to write my blogs offline. Great tool.
• Scrivener: Best writing software on the planet for everything.
Smart Podcast Player: A podcast player for my blog that makes it look great.
• Get Noticed Wordpress Theme: The theme I use on Wired Educator
• CreateSpace: The publishing service I use to publish my book.
• Udemy: One of the ways I plan to publish online classes in 2016.
• Tweetbot: My favorite Twitter client for iPhone, iPad and Mac
• Pocket: My favorite reading client to save to read letter from Twitter & the web.
YNAB: Financial budgeting software I use.
Fiverr: Inexpensive directory of services to hire, like the voice of Chuck Fresh.
Garage Band: The greatest recording software ever! I use it to record podcasts & more.