Episode 66: Kyle Hamstra, part 1

Dana GoodierOut of the Trenches Podcast

Originally from DeMotte, Indiana, Kyle Hamstra moved to North Carolina in 2002. After teaching fifth grade math/science for over fourteen years at Davis Drive Elementary in Cary, NC, Kyle is now an elementary STEM Specialist, serving 1,000 students weekly. Kyle is very interested in all-things STEM, curriculum design, leadership, and being a connected educator to learn from his professional learning … Read More

Episode #116: Evolving to Relentlessly Rethink Learning with Lainie Rowell

Barbara BrayRethinking Learning Podcast

Episode #116: Evolving to Relentlessly Rethink Learning with Lainie Rowell

 Lainie Rowell is an educator, author, podcaster, and international speaker. As a consultant, Lainie’s client list ranges from Fortune 100 companies like Apple and Google to school districts and independent schools. She is a TEDx speaker and has been a consultant for the Orange County Department of Education since 2014. Lainie is also the co-host of the Lemonade Learning … Read More

Episode 5 | Featuring Carli Parsons & Sandy Millar

Brad HughesGood News Brad News Podcast

Carli Parsons and Sandy Millar are school leaders in Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada. They are the co-founders of InnovatED, a company dedicated to reimagining education to better prepare students for a rapidly changing world. Carli has dedicated her career to motivating those around her to invest in the achievement and well-being of all students. Carli began her career teaching English and … Read More

Promoting Student Engagement and Collaboration using Breakouts

Meghan HoseyBlog, Engage Better, Innovate Better, Lesson Plan Better

TL;DR: An introduction the many ways breakouts can be used in your classroom. A “how to” for planning and implementing a breakout in your classroom. As a middle school teacher, I’m always looking for fun new ways to engage my students.  Their current favorite? Breakouts!  Planning a breakout can seem overwhelming, time consuming, and daunting.  I’m here to help walk … Read More