The eduCreators Podcast
About the Show
Keep up on the latest news and events related to education, edtech, public education policy in the United States, and more with the eduCreators Podcast! Listen weekly to the Morning Announcements, a run-down of the headlines you need to know about, or catch up on interviews and discussions with thought leaders and advocates for public education, which are published frequently throughout the year.
Episode 5: The 2016 Election Episode
November 5th, 2016
20 mins 8 secs
2016 election, education, educators, politicians, politics, teachers, teaching, voting
The 2016 election is finally here, but what do this year's races have to do with education policy in America?
Episode 4: From the Classroom to the Capitol
October 20th, 2016
41 mins 12 secs
education, educators, oklahoma, politicians, politics, teachers, teaching
Politicians come from all walks of life, bringing their personal experience and background to the table when creating legislation. A voice that is often missing from the discussion on education policy might be the most important; the voice of the teachers. But in Oklahoma, where the state's government has been known to ignore the needs of teachers and parents, some aspiring politicians are looking to change that this November.
Episode 3: Flexible Seating in the Elementary Classroom
September 8th, 2016 | 33 mins 33 secs
Giving students in elementary school a chance to make authentic choices is an essential part of preparing them for taking responsibility later in life, so one of the latest trends in classrooms is to offer flexible seating arrangements.
Morning Announcements – June 20, 2016
June 20th, 2016 | 21 mins 14 secs
We’re looking at two different studies, one by UCLA researchers that highlights the terrible costs of suspending students from school, and another by ACT that looks to help align the nation’s curriculum with expectations of college instructors and empl...
Episode 2: Students and STEM: Project Right Angle
May 27th, 2016 | 39 mins 51 secs
Project Right Angle – a challenge to 13 middle school STEM students to design the perfect arm brace to help 7th grade social studies teacher Matt Brown overcome the side effects of his radiation treatments. Earlier in 2016,
Morning Announcements – May 24, 2016
May 24th, 2016 | 16 mins 29 secs
In this episode of the eduCreators Morning Announcements, we go back in time to help Dublin City Schools in Ohio decide if test scores from 2014 are important anymore, we bring some good news to supporters of the National Writing Project,
Morning Announcements - March 19, 2016
March 19th, 2016 | 16 mins 51 secs
In this episode of the eduCreators Morning Announcements, we look at the results of UCLA’s nationwide survey of 2015’s freshmen class, more trouble coming from Ohio’s Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, and the exciting impact that the Broadway musical H...
Episode 1: Exploring edcamps and Family Engagement
March 17th, 2016 | 38 mins 26 secs
In this post-SXSWedu episode, Cory Roush speaks about the way that the media creates a narrative, unintentional or not, that doesn’t reflect well upon the teaching profession. He also introduces an interview with two Ohio County Schools administrators,...