Archive | December, 2013

Episode 020: Dave Fontaine on Open Educational Resources and Digital Literacy for Teachers

On episode 020 of MEP, Dave Fontaine joins the program to talk about the real potential of open educational resources and digital literacy education.  Don’t miss this one!   Guest Bio: Dave Fontaine is a man who wears many hats!  Dave is the Director of Instructional Media Technology at Middletown Public Schools in Middletown, RI. […]

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Episode 019: Tom Driscoll, Flipped Learning Expert & Social Studies Teacher at Putnam HS (CT)

On episode 019 of Meet Education Project, flipped learning & gamification expert Tom Driscoll joins the program to talk about what effective flipped learning actually is, mastery-based learning, and gamification.  Don’t miss it! Guest Bio: Tom Driscoll is a technology integration specialist and high school social studies teacher in Connecticut (residing in Coventry, RI).  He […]

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Episode 018: Jean Fan on taking a year “on” before Stanford

On episode 018 of Meet Education Project, Jean Fan from UnCollege joins the program to talk about taking a “Gap Year” before heading to Stanford, why exposure is more important than smarts, and why more learners should think about taking a year “on”.  Don’t miss this!   Guest Bio: Jean Fan works to significantly increase […]

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Episode 017: Mitch Weathers, Founder of Organized Binder & Biology Teacher at Sequoia HS

On episode 017 of MEP, teacher and founder of Organized Binder, Mitch Weathers, joins the program to talk about teaching character over content and why an Organized Binder is so beneficial to educators as well as students. Don’t miss it!   Guest Bio: Mitch’s background couldn’t be summed up better than it was on Jessie […]

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Episode 016: Jerry Michalski, Unschooling Expert and Founder of the Relationship Economy Expedition

In episode 016 of Meet Education Project, the founder of the Relationship Economy Expedition (REX) Jerry Michalski joins the program to discuss how “consumer” is a bad word, what “unschooling” really is, and how we can move learning from scarcity to abundance. You do not want to miss this episode! Guest Bio: The connector, curator […]

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