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Do You Need To Bring Your Teaching into Focus? Learn about EduProtocols today with @JCorippo and @MHebern

The EduProtocol Field Guide Podcast

In this episode of “Ask the Tech Coach,” we sit down with Jon Corippo and Marlena Hebern to discuss their new book Bring Your Teaching into Focus: The EduProtocol Field Guide available now from Dave Burgess Publishing.  

In this episode, we discuss:

  • What is the State of Professional Development in 2018?
  • How do we teach the 4C’s in less than 90 slides?
  • EduProtocols (Lesson frames to use with any content, and subject)
    • The original: 8p*arts
    • The latest: Cyber Sandwich
    • The mindset and the goal of being textbook free (mostly)
  • How to create amazing Professional Development
    • How to teach the instructional technology coaches the skills needed to create change in the classroom
    • How to provide Choice in “weekday PD”
  • Where to find great resources?
    • CUE Conference
      • CUE Blog On.Cue.org
      • Check This Out Podcast with Bryan and Ryan
    • ISTE Conference
  • Tips and Tricks for creating the perfect conference proposal
  • How to create an amazing and innovative professional development conference

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Jon Corippo

Jon Corippo is the Executive Director for CUE, leading CUE throughout California and Nevada. Jon keynotes, leads and designs Professional Learning experiences all over the country. Jon's core PL skills are focused on 1:1 deployment, Common Core, Project Based Learning, social media skills and Lesson Design. Jon is the creator of the CUE Rock Star Camp Series, The CUE Rock Star Admin Camp Series and planner for the CUE Super Symposium and JET Review Program. Under Jon's Leadership, and with his CUE Professional Learning Team, CUE PL has trained over 32,000 teachers in 2015-2018. | @jcorippo

Marlena Hebern

The greatest compliment Marlena ever received was from a former visually challenged student, who said, “Mrs. H was my favorite teacher because she didn't care that I was going blind.” Over eighteen years teaching students from kindergarten through eighth grade, and the “opportunity' class Marlena learned that classroom culture is the number one most important thing in order to set students up for success. Great lesson design is close second. Marlena's lessons are often focused on student creativity and developing a student's sense of self-worth and community. Marlena is a Google Certified Innovator, Google Trainer, and EdCamp Yosemite co-founder. She holds a Master of Science degree in reading instruction and has been awarded a Beginning Teacher Support Provider of the Year Award. | @mhebern

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This weeks question is:

What can you do as an Instructional Technology Specialist and Professional Development provider to create meaningful and authentic learning sessions?

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Jeff Bradbury, creator of TeacherCast, and father of the famous @EduTriplets is the Coordinator of Instructional Technology at Westwood Regional School District. Thanks for checking out TeacherCast today. Please take a moment to find me on all of my Social Media channels!