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In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Michael Cohen, The Tech Rabbi.
Michael Cohen, known as The Tech Rabbi, is a designer and technologist turned educator. As a speaker, writer and creativity instigator, he’s on a mission to help young people develop the creative confidence they need to become challenge seekers and solution designers. He is the author of the book Educated By Design,which outlines his principles for revealing and nurturing our innate creative courage and capacity.
He works with schools, institutions and businesses to help them create or refine opportunities for students to leverage technology, media creation and digital age skills in ways that foster inquiry and the drive to solve the complex challenges of our global society.
Cohen shares his story of design and creativity through social media, keynote addresses and featured talks on international stages, including ISTE, SXSW EDU, Congreo Mexico, EdTechTeacher Summits and Apple Education events.
He currently serves as the director of innovation at Yeshiva University of Los Angeles Boys School (YULA), where he manages and teaches at the Schlesinger STEAM and Entrepreneurship Center.
He’s also an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Trainer, Adobe Certified Trainer and has been ranked as one of today’s top 50 edtech influencers.
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Visit Michael's website: https://thetechrabbi.com
Michael is currently reading: Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the Worldby Adam Grant
In this very special episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Casey Cohen about the 2019 ISTE Conference in Philadelphia.
Casey offers us a unique perspective on this year's ISTE because she: lives in Philadelphia, home of this year's ISTE conference, has attended several ISTE Conferences, including one that was in Philly before, and she is presenting and being recognized at this year's ISTE Conference.
Casey Cohen is the Director of Technology, Innovation and STEM Programs at Rose Tree Media School District just outside Philadelphia. She's an Apple Distinguished Educator and a wonderful friend. She lives in the city and knows it well. She loves Philly and ISTE. This is a great interview.
Attend Casey's session titled "Focus Forward" on Tuesday at 1:45.
Be sure to check out the Apple Distinguished Educator Playground.
In this podcast, Casey will share ideas about this year's ISTE Conference including:
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In this episode of the Wired Educator Podcast, I interview an expert in all things STEM, Chris Woods. Chris is the host of the Daily STEM Podcast and I love following him on Twitter. He is an amazing resource. He finds STEM everywhere!
Chris started the idea of dailySTEM to help educators and parents find STEM in the real world and share STEM with the kids they know. Why? Because STEM is all around us…in the backyard, at the store, in our homes, on TV and movies, in the news…everywhere!
Chris has been a High School Math teacher (Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Hands-on Geometry) since 1999 in Calumet, Michigan. He wrote his own Algebra 1 iBook (Part 1and Part 2) for students, complete with short video examples and practice questions for every lesson (all of the videos are available on YouTubeas well.)
Chris lives in a woods in a house he built himself with his wife and three children.
Chris's work in education has be recognized as the 2013 Teacher of the Year, Calumet Public Schools, and he was a recipient of the 2017-2018 Michigan Teacher Leadership Advisory Council.
In this 130th episode of The Wired Educator Podcast Lisa Johnson returns for a fantastic interview about her brand new book, Creatively Productive:Essential Skills for Tackling Time Wasters, Clearing the Clutter, and Succeeding in School—and Life!
Lisa was a guest on episode 74with the debut of her first book, Cultivating Communication in the Classroom.
Lisa is a wonderful educator and author and I am excited to have her back!
Lisa Johnson has over seventeen years of educational experience ranging from teaching HS English & MS Math to international curriculum development, creating and presenting workshops, and even running technology integration camps across the state. She holds a Master’s Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, & Tech and currently serves as an Educational Technologist for a 1:1 iPad H.S. in Austin, Texas. Additionally, she has been recognized and selected as an Apple Distinguished Educator and PBS Digital Innovator. Lisa is passionate about college and career ready skills, instructional design, digital portfolios, research and curation, slide design, and professional development for students. She is also the author of two books, Creatively Productive: Essential Skills for Tackling Time Wasters, Clearing the Clutter, and Succeeding in School—and Life! and Cultivating Communication in the Classroom: Future-Ready Skills for Secondary Students (Corwin Teaching Essentials).
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