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We Are On A Mission!

We Are On A Mission!

Breaking code isn’t just about programming, it’s about disrupting the status quo. It is about challenging social norms. It is about having critical conversations. It is about challenging systematic beliefs. It is about educating the whole child – mind, body and soul. inspire. innovate. lead. teach. learn. Our mission is simple. Engaging students. Well, it […]

The Road to Awesome!

The Road to Awesome!

In this episode we speak to Colorado Superintendent Darrin Peppard (@DarrinPeppard) about leading a district through a pandemic, drive-thru graduation and his upcoming book called Road To Awesome!  From Darrin: Two Roads Diverged and I Took the Road to Awesome! While Darrin is known for his positive outlook and energy, it hasn’t always been that […]

Finding Lost Smiles

Finding Lost Smiles

This just in! Finding Lost Smiles by Don and Vickie Epps was published this morning from our wicked amazing Code Breaker team! About Finding Lost Smiles: Can you lose your smile? Sam has to answer that question, and see if he can help two new friends too. Finding Lost Smiles is a heartwarming story about […]

Space Oddity With @AmandaGTeach

Space Oddity With @AmandaGTeach

In this episode we speak to STEM educator Amanda Green about math, space, student engagement, project based learning and admitting when were don’t know something. It is OK to be where you are. It is NOT OK to stay there. Listen now! Listen below and view the full podcast at http://codebreaker.buzzsprout.com, on Spotify or on Apple […]

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.

New Book Releases!

New Book Releases!

Last summer I decided to try something new. Almost a year later and I am SUPER grateful to have worked with these amazing individuals on these awesome projects! Thank you ALL for your contribution to education. Risk Taker: Future-ready students need to be creative. They need to know how to communicate their ideas and how […]

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! 

The Social Distancing App

The Social Distancing App

In this episode we speak to 7th grader Krishiv Shah from Long Island, NY who has invented an app that pings your phone if you get too close to another person.  Krishiv has managed to leverage existing technology from our phones to create an app that will notify you if you get too close to […]

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.