November Learning Podcast Series
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The November Learning Podcast Series features interviews and workshops with Alan November, plus educational leaders from the Building Learning Communities Summer Conference held each July in Boston, MA. Our goal is to share discussion about teaching and learning, education technology and leadership. For more information about us and the upcoming BLC conference, visit us at www.novemberlearning.com.
||The World has become “Too Big to Know” – An Interview with David Weinberger||In this podcast episode, Alan November speaks to David Weinberger, Internet philosopher and author of the book, Too Big to Know. The two discuss what knowledge means and what type of learning must take place in a connected world of overabundant informa..||10/1/13||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Implementing the First 5 Days – An Interview with Ian VanderSchee||In this episode of the November Learning Podcast Series, Alan November speaks to Ian VanderSchee, an upper level mathematics teacher at Coppell High School, in Texas. The two discuss Ian's implementation of Alan's "First 5 Days" ideas at the start of t...||10/12/12||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Bringing Geometry to Life with Twitter||In this episode, Alan speaks to Jessica Caviness, geometry teacher at Coppell High School in Texas. The two will discuss Jessica’s use of Twitter to engage her students in real-life applications of geometry.||28/9/12||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
|4||VideoWebinar with Alan November and Dr. Eric Mazur||This is a very special episode of our podcast series. It's an archived recording of our first of what we hope will be many live webinars complete with audience Q&A at the end. - In this conversation, Alan talks again to Dr. Eric Mazur,||11/1/12||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Managing a Classroom Full of Angry Birds – An Interview with Lachlan Hull||In this episode, Alan speaks to Lachlan Hull, a first year teacher working with students between the ages of four and six years old at St. Joseph’s Primary School - Kangaroo Point, located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. During this discussion,||19/12/11||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Learn From a School That Has Completely Flipped Out – An Interview with Greg Green||While many individual and small clusters of teachers have been utilizing the flipped learning model within their classrooms, Greg Green, Principal at Clintondale High School, located just outside of Detroit, Michigan,||19/12/11||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Rethinking Science Education – An Interview with Bob Goodman||In this conversation, Alan November and Bob Goodman, Director of the New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning, discuss the inspiring work he is leading in the redesign of science curriculum. Through a logical reorganization of content,||22/7/11||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Fostering Change Through Leadership – An Interview with Dr. Eric Williams||In this episode of the November Learning Podcast Series, Alan speaks with Dr. Eric Williams, Superintendent of the Yorktown School Division in Yorktown, VA. The two discuss the important role of a leader in setting policy,||19/7/11||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Creating Sustainable Change – An Interview with Jennifer Beine and Andrew Zuckerman||Welcome back for another episode of the November Learning Podcast Series. In this episode, Alan November, Jennifer Beine and Andrew Zuckerman discuss the long-term collaboration taking place between November Learning and Lawrence Middle School as the t...||18/7/11||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Extra Extra!! School Administration Removes Over 20,000 Books from Library but Hires Extra Librarian? – An Interview with Dr.||In this episode, Alan November speaks with Dr. James Tracy, Headmaster at Cushing Academy. The two discuss the decision that was made at Cushing Academy to rid the library of thousands of books in favor of creating a space that serves students through ...||11/7/11||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|