2020

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Unanticipated Learning

Unanticipated Learning

In this episode we speak to grades 7-9 Science & STEAM teacher Julie Arsenault (@SciGeekJulie) from Edmonton, Alberta about learning from failure and mistakes, the triangulation of data, Macgyvering Frankenstein projects and coding to learn! Listen below and view the full podcast at http://codebreaker.buzzsprout.com, on Spotify or on Apple Podcasts. TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedinemailReddit

The Joy of Learning

The Joy of Learning

In this episode we speak to grade 7/8 teacher George Pearce (@GPearceWSD), Math & Science Teacher / YouTuber / Innovator / Author #PearcePrintables, #AfforEDable #GordonBell, #STEAMazing #WinnipegSD, and Microsoft Certified #MIE about the joy of learning, live kahoots, intrinsic student motivation and STEAMMING with Micro:Bit!  Listen now!  TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedinemailReddit

Student Choice & Remote Learning

Student Choice & Remote Learning

In this episode we speak to grade 6 teacher Michelle Hunter about being vulnerable, taking risks and student choice during remote learning. Shoutout to Mark Labuda and Mme Logan! “Use your house as a canvas!”  Listen below and view the full podcast at http://codebreaker.buzzsprout.com, on Spotify or on Apple Podcasts. TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedinemailReddit

Keep Kids Engaged, Not Busy!

Keep Kids Engaged, Not Busy!

Episode 8 on the @codebreakeredu podcast! Keep students engaged, not busy! In this episode we speak to STEM consultant @MrMLabuda and Kindie teacher @McMenemyTweets about computational thinking during remote learning. Listen below and view the full podcast at http://codebreaker.buzzsprout.com, on Spotify or on Apple Podcasts. TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedinemailReddit

COVID19: Feedback Over Grades

COVID19: Feedback Over Grades

In this episode we talk remote learning, Google Classroom, skipping report cards and the importance of feedback over grades, especially now.  Report cards? Skip them. Grades? No way, too many equity concerns. Just too many variables for any evaluation to be deemed “fair.” Listen below and view the full podcast at http://codebreaker.buzzsprout.com, on Spotify or […]