Randolph students turn digital audio producers with PBL

Flexible pathways in digital music We had a chance to hear from student digital audio producers at Randolph Union High

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Piecing Me Together, with Jory Hearst

Also featuring: The Green Mountain Book Awards! Legendary Librarian Jeanie Phillips is back on the podcast talking about what else

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What we can learn from brand new educators

What advice would your 7th grade self give you about teaching? Remember when you were first starting out as an educator?

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The great Brian Eno-powered STEAM PBL caper

Wondering how to blend project-based learning with STEAM? Yes, STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. Earlier this year we

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Student TED Talks, sound sculptures and a funk band

Student exhibitions of project-based learning At this point we all know how important it is for students to share project-based

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Mathew’s Y.E.A.R. at The Compass School

Scaffolding year-end reflections At The Compass School in Westminster, Vermont, students advance through grades by producing evidence of their accomplishments

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Making history on the radio with community partners

Middle school students power Brattleboro’s radio days Brattleboro, Vermont was incorporated back in 1753, a former military fort that embraced

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Screencasting for a student-led conference

Using technology to help family communication go more smoothly This week on the podcast: Rachel Mark traveled to The Dorset

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Z is for Generation Z

Who are Generation Z? The term Generation Z refers to teens and pre-teens born after 1995 and was officially launched

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Podcasting with Principal Berry

How school change began with just one person, and just one podcast We talk with Richmond Elementary School principal Mike

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What goes into measuring the success of edtech?

What does “quality” mean in assessing statewide digital efforts? The Foundation for Excellence in Education recently released its 2014 Digital

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M is for Minecraft

How to use Minecraft with students Minecraft is an example of welcoming in student-driven modes of learning, exploration and demonstration

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What it’s really like to use an LMS with students

edmodo vs Schoology, digital badges and how to leave a great comment 5th grade Peoples Academy Middle Level teacher Hannah Lindsey

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Personalized STEM learning at Essex High School

New podcast episode: Essex STEM Academy In this episode, we talk with math educator and STEM Academy leader Lea Ann

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Project-based learning and creative writing

The play’s the (learning) thing Also the musical film and the series of novels. Stay with us on this. In

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New podcast ep: Building an eco-machine at The Edge

Essex 7th graders partnering with UVM on food sustainability project Just before the holiday break, we got the chance to

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New podcast ep: Making web apps at Williston Central

Vermont middle school educator created app at camp In this episode of our  podcast, we’re going to be hearing from math

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Teaching how to code with Processing

This past summer, we hosted another successful year of Tarrant Code Camp, where campers from all over Vermont came together to learn

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