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K12ArtChat the Podcast

The Creativity Department

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A podcast for K-12 art educators interested in connecting with colleagues and ideas. Each episode, hosted by Matt and Laura Grundler, takes you backstage with guest hosts from #K12ArtChat to dig into the latest art education innovations and resources. You’ll find tips, tools, and inspiration to keep you connected and moving forward.
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K12 Tech Talk

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A K12TechPro Podcast. This podcast is about trending K12 technology topics and issues. Josh, Chris, and Mark have real conversations, real arguments, and real banter on IT issues and trends in K12 Schools. Current and Past Sponsors: Absolute, HPE Aruba Networking, ClassLink, Eaton, Extreme Networks, Fortinet, Howard Technology Solutions, iDoc, Infoblox, INVZBL, Jupiter Education, K12TechPro, Managed Methods, MidwestTechTalk, NTP, Papercut, Provision Data Solutions, Pondurance, Prey, Rise Vis ...
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Shifting Schools is a thought-provoking podcast that explores the latest trends, strategies, and tools in K-12 education. Hosted by educators Jeff Utecht and Tricia Friedman, the podcast provides a platform for teachers, administrators, and education thought leaders to share their experiences and insights on how to improve teaching and learning. From innovative approaches in classroom management to leveraging technology for personalized learning, Shifting Schools tackles the most pressing is ...
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C bot run : A K12 Cybersecurity Podcast

Jennette Irish Glass, John Rizzo, and Sean Whelan

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C:\bot_run is a K-12 Podcast produced by Technology Directors who are navigating the complicated and ever-changing realm of cybersecurity. Monthly episodes feature guests and topics designed around dialogue and resources focused on educating and networking with technology professionals.
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Jen Lowry - Monarch: Books That Matter Publishing Clean Reads for K12

Jen Lowry Monarch: Books That Matter Publishing Clean Reads for K12

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Follow to catch interviews with best-selling authors, tips, and writing challenges! Dr. Jennifer Ikner Lowry is the president of Monarch and publishes clean fiction for K12 readers. Join her on the daily journey of discovering what this writing life is about. Follow Monarch and learn all about her amazing authors: www.monarcheducationalservices.com. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/monarchbooks/support
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The K12 Engineering Education Podcast

The K12 Engineering Education Podcast

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Promoting education in engineering and design for all ages. Learn more and read transcripts at www.k12engineering.net. Produced by Pius Wong, engineer, of Pios Labs (www.pioslabs.com). This podcast is for educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents interested in bringing engineering to younger ages. Listen to real conversations among various professionals in the engineering education space, as we try to find better ways to educate and inspire kids in engineering thinking. For episode tr ...
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💡 On our power of play series this week we talk with Dr. Peg Oliveira. Dr. Oliveira is a child development expert and an activist. Since receiving her doctorate in developmental psychology from Brandeis University, Dr. Oliveira has advocated for fair pay for early childhood educators, child care assistance for working parents and equitable access t…
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In the latest episode of K12 Tech Talk, Josh, Chris, and Mark dive into the latest news in the education technology world. They discuss Instructure's annual "EdTech Top 40" report, LAUSD's "Ed" initiative making headlines, and the US Department of Education releasing guidance for AI developers in education. They also address listener emails regardi…
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This week Tricia brings you a conversation from her other (other, other) podcast the Shifting Schools podcast. She speaks with an expert in the field of play. Learn more about our guest:Acey Holmes is the founder of BoredLess, this week she discusses the importance of play for adults and its impact on social connection, work culture, and personal w…
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💡 On our power of play series this week we talk with Acey Holmes. Acey Holmes is the founder of BoredLess, this week she discusses the importance of play for adults and its impact on social connection, work culture, and personal well-being. She addresses the myth that play is only for children and emphasizes the benefits of play across the lifespan…
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In this episode The Creativity Department is joined by artist, art educator, and returning guest– Jorge Lucero to continue the conversation about maintaining creative practice while being an art educator. Listen in as Matt, Laura, and Jorge discuss the myths we’ve created for ourselves about what being an artist means. Hear about the importance of …
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Robin Gow discusses their book 'Dear Mothman' and the power of middle grade fiction. They emphasize the importance of recognizing the value of youth literature and the unique perspective it offers. Gow discusses the exploration of monsters and cryptids in the story, drawing on their personal interest in the subject. They also address the themes of …
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💡 On our power of play series this week we talk with Sharon Lauricella, Ph.D. and T. Keith Edmunds about "Hard Fun," and Ludic pedagogy. 🎙️Take this episode further by exploring the book from this week's guests: https://niagarapencentre.com/shop/product/ludic-pedagogy-by-sharon-lauricella-hardcover-indigo-chapters-coles-80eb19 Want to map out your …
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Josh, Chris, and Mark discuss a variety of topics including cell phone bans and prepping for the FCC pilot. They also address listener feedback on the garage door conversation from a few weeks back. The main topic of the episode focuses on why one of the hosts is leaving their district - but you're going to have to listen to the episode to find out…
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In this episode The Creativity Department is joined by renowned artist and returning guest– Alice Mizrachi! This year at the national convention Alice facilitated a collaborative mural making workshop for attendees. The session focused on how to create collaboratively through mural making. Working together educators made a vibrant, inventive, and m…
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Tricia interviews Alvina Chamberland, author of the book 'Love the World or Get Killed Trying.' They discuss the connection between writing and publishing, the difference between love and lust, and the power of representation. They also explore the stylistic choice of autofiction and the importance of place in the book. The conversation highlights …
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This week's conversation challenges the myth that play is only for young children and emphasizes its value for middle schoolers, high schoolers, and adults. Sandra Chow is here and she highlights the role of play in professional development and collaboration, sharing examples from her own experiences. She emphasizes the need for accessible play spa…
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WARNING - This episode does have some "spicy" humor and language. Be aware if listening around children and/or small animals. Chris is gone, so Mark and Josh do their best to hold down the fort. They take a listener email from James about prepping for extreme heat and keeping datacenters cool. Mark and Josh play a version of Family Feud about the t…
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In this episode The Creativity Department is joined by Professor of Research at the University of Alaska Fairbanks – Laura Conner and her colleague Perrin Teal Sullivan to dive deep into the topic of how the Arts and Sciences intersect. How art and science educators can collaborate and create innovative projects for all students, how the elements o…
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The conversation revolves around the importance of libraries and the challenges they face, particularly in relation to book banning. The hosts of Rogue Librarians discuss their (amazing) show, which focuses on books that have been banned or challenged, and highlight episodes that they are proud of. They also emphasize the role of libraries as commu…
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Liz Joy Moore discusses the power of play and how it can benefit both children and adults. She emphasizes that play is for everyone and that it is not impractical, even for adults. Liz believes that play is essential for connection, communication, and learning, and that it can be used to teach strategies for mental health and trauma. She suggests t…
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The studio is still under construction, but we do have a new logo and music! The news room will return soon (and Mark too). And we're still making adjustments. Josh and Chris discuss Android versus Apple, third party patching options, garage doors and sprinkler systems on the school's wifi, and the FCC's cybersecurity pilot announcement (that the p…
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In this episode The Creativity Department is joined by returning guest Jason Blair to close out another school year. Matt and Jason reflect on their school years as well as how they encourage their students to reflect on the work they’ve created throughout the year, “Three I’s” Jason follows, and purposeful meaning making. Listen in to hear more fr…
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The conversation explores the concept of allyship and how the editors of the book 'Teaching Pride Forward' aim to help readers think critically about it. They emphasize the importance of love and critical love in building connections and doing the work of allyship. The editors discuss how they collaborated and nudged the authors to explore allyship…
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Our summer-long 'Power of Play' series starts now with special guest Allie Ticktin. Allie’s mission is to empower children and their families through sensory play so that they can thrive through childhood and beyond. Allie is the author of the book, Play to Progress, where she provides parents with an overview of all 8 (yes, 8) senses and gives par…
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The studio is under construction! Josh and Chris talk about student cell phone usage and give a shout out to Jason at K12TechPro, they discuss the FCC's approval of the cybersecurity pilot, Microsoft ditching Flip, and Chris' Infinite Campus woes. NTP is helping K12TechPro with the Meetups. Join us Virtually on August 7th and at Richmond, VA on Sep…
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Tricia and Jeff are so excited about the soon to start 'Power of Play' summer pod series, so they thought they would bring listeners a special free resource to pair with it. Would you like to be more intentional with play this summer? Grab our free template and get started today: https://shiftingschools.lpages.co/power-of-play/ Tune in Monday for t…
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In this episode The Creativity Department is joined by Adobe Senior Marketing Manager Martha Niño! She shares her emotional journey from migrating to the US, learning English as a second language at a young age, having to prioritize work over school, the teachers who helped her along the way, and much more! Listen in to hear all of Martha’s inspiri…
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Michael Leali discusses the origin story of his book 'Matteo' and its evolution, the collaborative writing process, the emotional challenges of reworking a book, and the importance of LGBTQ+ representation in literature. He also shares insights on supporting LGBTQ+ authors and the release of his third middle-grade novel, 'The Truth About Triangles'…
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In this conversation, Dr. Kenny Rodrequez, a superintendent from Grandview, Missouri, discusses the use of AI, specifically our show sponsor Lebra, from a leadership perspective. He shares insights on leveraging AI to build relationships, improve communication, and streamline administrative tasks within the school district. Kenny emphasizes the imp…
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In the latest episode of the K12 Tech Talk Podcast, hosts Josh and Mark discuss the recent Klein ISD DDOS attack that disrupted STARR testing, leading to an 18-year-old student facing felony charges. They also delve into a Google Blog post about phishing tests and the adoption of a “fire drill” approach. The main topic of the episode focuses on Goo…
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In this episode The Creativity Department speaks with art educators and artists James Rees, Frank Juárez, and Rama Hughes! As a follow up to their extremely popular NAEA conference presentation, Frank, James, and Rama join Matt and Laura to discuss ways of maintaining creative practice and the benefits it holds for art educators. Explore how nurtur…
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How will you take action for Pride?On the show this week we talk about a practical, powerful opportunity our communities have.Lindz Amer discusses the return of Queer Kid Stuff, emphasizing the need for community support and the show's impact. The reboot aims to expand topics and combat misinformation. The conversation also delves into lessons for …
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Tricia and Jeff discuss the final week of their May Micro Menu Prompt Challenge, focusing on AI and executive function. They highlight the importance of executive function skills in enacting learning and provide three mega prompts to support the development of these skills. Tricia shares her experience using generative AI for gardening and landscap…
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In the latest episode of the K12 Tech Talk Podcast, hosts Josh, Chris, and Mark discuss the new CISA reporting requirements, the details of the E-Rate cybersecurity pilot, and the rumored PowerSchool buyout by Bain Capital. They also address listener questions about Manifest V3 and summer school preparation. CISA reporting requirements (CIRCIA) Con…
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In this episode The Creativity Department is joined by returning guest Frank Juárez, who was recently named the new Editor and Chief of SchoolArts magazine! He joins Matt & Laura to talk about the importance of writing and publishing in the world of art education. Listen in to discover how it benefits the work we do, how to overcome challenges like…
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The conversation focuses on the importance of reciprocal partnerships in service learning. The speakers discuss the need for deep, meaningful connections with community partners and the challenges of achieving reciprocity. They provide examples of successful reciprocal partnerships and emphasize the power of language in shaping relationships and po…
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Jeff Utecht and Tricia discuss the importance of AI literacy and introduce their AI literacy course. They also talk about the recent updates from OpenAI and Google in the field of AI. They highlight the significance of AI in social-emotional learning. They also explore the power of play and share prompts for creating interactive stories using AI. T…
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