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Teaching Into the Future explores how Integral teaching and learning practices take shape in the classroom or home environment. Hybrid teaching tips bring live education practices for parents or teachers. Host Diane Walters identifies student voice, student inquiry based lessons and teaching from emergent, holistic and integrated curriculum ideologies.
 
Keynote addresses and presentations from the 2007 DePaul Faculty Teaching & Learning Conference. It is DePaul's 11th Annual Conference on Teaching & Learning.This year's conference focuses upon the creative tensions present in our varied points of instructional contact. How do we as teachers address these tensions in our lives, with our students, in the classroom or on the internet?
 
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Jailyn Jenkins believes that each and every learner deserves lifeworthy conversations that promote community and deepen content understanding. Jailyn joined Michelle Morris Jones on the Phenomenal Teaching Podcast to unpack the PEBC Teaching Framework and specific ways in which teachers can promote student discourse that is meaningful, culturally r…
 
As we strive to create schools that are more phenomenal than ever before Michelle Morris Jones sits down with Sam Bennett to discuss Humanizing Leadership. Sam clearly spells out some of the ways in which schools systematically dehumanize teachers and students, and she suggests actions leaders can take to create schools that support the humanity of…
 
The most important thing in teaching Tweenagers (12-14) is found in the play of opposites. Join Diane as she talks about teaching science through subjectivity and contrasts. You might find yourself inspired.
 
Diane takes you on a journey of the red thread that weaves through time and space in-and-out of the classroom. Through experience and story, she weaves a web which renews past learning and enlivened present learning and delves into the future of learning to deepen your teaching practice.โดย Diane Walters
 
What is a human being? Understanding the human being leads to more questions, more developments, more possibilities....like a pattern or puzzle waiting to be linked together. This podcast discusses the 4 Greek Temperaments as a tool to greater insight for teachers and parents in order to develop a heightened sensitivity to children's behavior.…
 
We must ask ourselves if we are able to guide and gift our teenagers with the means to nourish their bodies, souls and spirits so that they walk into the world with confidence, courage and equanimity; bringing to birth true idealism as a contribution to this world.โดย Diane Walters
 
As we head into summer vacation, students Estella and Killian and their Virtual Advisor Karen Goodman share their reflections on their experiences as learners in their virtually connected classroom with Michelle Morris Jones on the Phenomenal Teaching Podcast. It is informative and joyful to listen in on all the successes, challenges, and favorite …
 
Most teachers are adept at seeing the big picture. Caught up in the hectic pace of modern life, we feel compelled to immediately distinguish what is important from what is not. The assessment is an easy one to make when we are mired in the daily grind of our classrooms. and school life or in our home environment if you are a homeschooling parent --…
 
By centering humanity we can plan for cultural sustainability and implement equitable practices that are not bandaid solutions or simply performative activities. Nawal Q. Casiano of NQC Literacy joins Michelle Morris Jones on the Phenomenal Teaching Podcast and shares her beliefs and practical ideas for teaching literacy for agency, equity and unde…
 
Our human striving for connection with our earth, our communities and ourselves reunites through our individual and collective knowledge and art based creative endeavor. In reaching for the stars we inspire innovation and change, emerging into a new consciousness of ourselves and our world. Creativity and our learning is a gift to ourselves and to …
 
Teaching first grade for the first time is tricky! And teaching first grade virtually for the first time is even trickier!! Listen in as PEBC Lab Host Kirsten Myers Blake shares how she got “unstuck” when times got tough by leaning into her beliefs, determining importance, and loving hard. As a fierce believer in the workshop model Kirsten knew she…
 
I believe that we are all educators. We are all students. Whether we term ourselves mentors, learners, parents, or teachers, the world is on offer on every level of human understanding, place and time. We are living in a time of unprecedented change and if we do not want to be swept off our feet or simply led by algorithms, we need to find our stil…
 
Human intelligence far surpasses computational intelligence. The deeper capacities of genuine human intelligence are based in the light of insightful dialogue, creative approaches as a community of people with diverse interests and capabilities. It is to be found when we engage and collaborate with others on any level, at any and every age and brin…
 
In this episode Katherine Bomer and Michelle Morris Jones discuss the importance of asset based assessment practices and the ways in which adopting an appreciative mindset leads to student growth, efficacy and joy as Katherine's work aligns closely with the Assessment strand of the PEBC Teaching Framework as illustrated in Phenomenal Teaching by We…
 
The teacher actively practices the art of weaving potential teaching moments between themselves as teachers, and the students they teach. By doing so they have learned to improvise and be present; to love the times we live in. Students to become active creators with imagination, student voice or preferred experiences with engaged learning through t…
 
In this episode Kelly Boswell joins Michelle Morris Jones on the Phenomenal Teaching Podcast to discuss how to plan and implement lifeworthy writer’s workshops. In the PEBC Teaching Framework, "lifeworthy learning" means engaging with classroom content in a way that has meaning beyond the classroom. Lifeworthy learning sees and supports students as…
 
I believe we are not finite human beings, though our culture portrays us this way. Teachers who abandon being a ‘presenter’ and turn towards their students as the true subjects of a lesson, generate a true meeting place of souls, like the crossing point of a lemniscate. Then there is a possibility to begin to relate to a living dynamic that is germ…
 
In this episode, PEBC Lab Hosts Jenn Brauner and Jennifer Engbretsen join Michelle Morris Jones on the Phenomenal Teaching Podcast to discuss the ways in which hybrid learning is playing out for them and their students. We dive into how the various strands of the PEBC Teaching Framework support student community and learning. Intentional planning a…
 
The principle of unknowing is at work, Steiner suggests, acting as a force, through ideas. Unknowing takes on the guise of a patient teacher actively listening to the “as yet unknown” teachable moment.โดย Diane Walters
 
“Living thinking” are warmth and light processes in the mind and heart of the teacher. Light and warmth when actively practiced while engaging students is at the core of educational practices which have come alive. A true teacher possesses a capacity for connectedness through the very heart and spirit of the teaching profession.…
 
In this episode of the PEBC Phenomenal Teaching Podcast Michelle Morris Jones dives into the art of argument writing and the craft of teaching argumentation with PEBC Staff Developers Annie Patterson & Stevi Quate, along with PEBC Lab Host Alisa Wills-Keely. This trio brings a wealth of experience to their work with students and adults. Their conve…
 
Steiner stated that active participation in the classroom calls for the dynamic interplay between the active and the passive mind. In Waldorf education, he highlights both an active and passive state of learning like a process of breathing. “When the world is passive, we become active. When the world is active, we become passive,” stated Samuel Tay…
 
In this episode PEBC Lab Host Jana Durbin and Michelle Morris Jones unpack the fear of “learning loss” and how joy, inquiry, and community come together to create opportunities for supporting student wellness and academic achievement. In the fall when Jana’s students returned to the classroom she quickly realized the importance of helping her stude…
 
I began to explore the balance between teacher presentation and student participation in subject material in order to leave room for what I call the unfinished lesson. My lenses were Steiner’s educational philosophy, contemporary educators, theorists and futurists. My experience as a teacher showed me the longings of both teachers and students for …
 
Listen in as Lorena Germán, co-founder of #DistruptTexts, joins Michelle Morris Jones on the Phenomenal Teaching Podcast to unpack the Heart, Head, and Hands of Anti-Bias and Anti-Racist (ABAR) Teaching. At the heart of ABAR teaching lies Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy (Paris & Alim, 2017) and the importance of exploring one's own identity, implici…
 
How do we educate for the development of students as human beings where the emphasis is based on laughter, joy, heart based interest, and active participation as a key to unlocking all learning?โดย Diane Walters
 
In this introductory epsiode, host Diane Walters will go over integral teaching practices while discovering balance in the hybrid classroom. Her depth of experience brings inspiration to teachers as well as homeschooling parents.โดย Diane Walters
 
Learners must be the “doers” of what they are learning! Being a doer is supported by engagement, immersion, demonstration, employment, expectation, approximation, responsibility and response ~ these conditions are commonly known as the “Conditions of Learning” or “Cambourne’s Conditions” and are an essential component of “Cambourne’s Model of Learn…
 
How can educators build practical self care practices that go beyond chocolate, walks, and bubble baths? Beth Kelley is a wellness consultant who works with educators, entrepreneurs, and organizations to build resiliency and to promote wellness practices that are achievable. She recently joined Michelle Morris Jones on PEBC's Phenomenal Teaching Po…
 
What if reading aloud was the front porch or the threshold that welcomed students into learning? As students, teachers and families prepare to return to their classrooms, Lester Laminack joins Michelle Morris Jones to unpack how reading aloud to students has the power to bring communities of learners back together with purpose and meaning. For all …
 
How can we be proactive in supporting positive student behavior? Student behavior is a form of communication that students use to tell us what they are feeling, experiencing, and need. Listen in as Brad Riley, Behavior Technician for Denver Public Schools, shares suggestions for teachers and school leaders to support positive student behavior as we…
 
Every teacher dreads the question, "Why do I have to read this?" Listen in as Cris Tovani shares her CYA ~ Curriculum You Anticipate ~ planning structure. When planning for student engagement we must consider how Topic, Tasks, Time, Targets, Texts, and Tending all come together to create authentic learning experiences for students and teachers. Cri…
 
In this episode PEBC Staff Developers Sathya Wandzek and Dr. Sarah Littmann-Berger join Michelle Morris Jones to talk about talk! The PEBC Teaching Framework highlights Discourse as an instructional strategy that supports student agency, equity, and understanding. John Hattie’s meta analyses indicate that student discourse has an effect size of .82…
 
Typically, Patrick Allen's classroom brims with over 3,000 children's books and his students pour over them tucked into nooks and crannies all around the room. This year Patrick is teaching remotely and most of his collection is in storage; yet he is still bringing the gift of high quality literature to his students each and every day by reading al…
 
Why is math important? Why do so many people hate math? How can we promote positive STEM identity for all learners? Wendy Ward Hoffer and Michelle Morris Jones dive into these questions and more as they discuss ways to "turn over the mathematical gymnastics to the students" by developing Math Workshops that value community, problem solving, and stu…
 
As school leaders grapple with the many challenges related to leading schools during this time, the need for staff meetings, PLC's, and professional learning remains constant. PEBC's Director of Leadership, Scott Murphy, joins us to talk about the importance of facilitation and crafting high quality virtual engagements that are rooted in purpose wh…
 
Educators are heart centered individuals who can be caught up in the “more is more” culture, however, at this time it is crucial to embrace a “less is more” attitude so that we can support students and colleagues who have experienced trauma. Trauma is like a wound and takes time and attention to heal; however, many individuals are currently experie…
 
When it comes to education policy, practicing educators need a voice at the table! Listen in as Evan Kennedy, PEBC Director of Strategic Initiatives and Policy, joins the Phenomenal Teaching podcast to share how PEBC works with local, state, and national leaders to inform the development of sound education policy. Policy work is all about people an…
 
PEBC Lab Hosts Patrick Allen, Jenn Brauner, and Carrie Halbasch get real in a round table conversation about the possibilities and pitfalls of virtual teaching. All three of these Phenomenal Teachers are experienced educators whose classrooms exemplify the strands of the PEBC Teaching Framework, so what happened when they shifted to virtual learnin…
 
Mary Korte is a PEBC Lab Host and primary teacher who has historically co-taught a multi-age primary class at the Jefferson County Open School. In years past Mary could be found sitting eye to eye with her young learners and discussing the ways in which words can create beautiful images for readers or how the natural world unfolds right before us e…
 
Ashlee Saddler and Michelle Morris Jones discuss how the definition of "multicultural education" has evolved beyond recognition and celebration of different cultures to deepening our collective understanding of critical multicultural education and the concept of hegemony. In order to serve each and every student we must build meaningful relationshi…
 
Michelle Morris Jones caught up with Scott Bain to unpack how he and his staff are taking on the challenges associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic and its impact on the "Open School." Scott, a PEBC Leadership Lab Host, is the principal of the Jefferson County Open School which is a P-12 progressive school of choice in Jefferson County, Colorado. Sup…
 
In this episode Dr. Andra Brill joins the Phenomenal Teaching Podcast for a follow-up conversation on tending to the well being of students, families, and educators as the COVID 19 Pandemic continues to impact our everyday lives. We are now faced with the impact of chronic stress and quarantine fatigue and there are some steps we can take to mitiga…
 
Each and every day Jennifer Engbretson, a PEBC Lab Host in Denver, Colorado crafts math workshops that prioritize student thinking and understanding while also considering the importance of assessment and feedback. In this episode Jennifer and Michelle Morris Jones discuss ways to monitor and support progress while teaching remotely that can be app…
 
What does it mean to be a pre-service teacher in the midst of a global pandemic? If you are PEBC Teacher Residency it means learning alongside mentor teachers from day one, establishing connections with colleagues, and deep study of the PEBC Teaching Framework just like you would in any year. In this episode Tyler Hansen shares his journey from cor…
 
In this episode, PEBC Lab Host, Tracey Shaw shares how she and her students have found their "happy place" as they navigate their collective journey through hybrid and virtual learning. As a high school math teacher, Tracey knows the importance of building a community of learners who can think and act like mathematicians and in the past has crafted…
 
In this episode Antonio Sacre and Michelle Jones discuss the history of storytelling, the art of storytelling, ways to bring stories to your classroom, and how to encourage students to tell their stories. Antonio encourages teachers of all age groups and content areas to share their stories with their students because stories bring people together,…
 
In this episode Jamie and Jeff dive into what matters most when planning for in-person and remote learning. The question, "What's worth showing up for?" drives their planning process. They are intentionally planning with people, purpose and process in mind as they craft their remote math and literacy workshops. This focus allows them to prioritize …
 
In this episode Dr. Andra Brill joins Michelle Morris Jones to talk about the importance of fostering school and classroom communities that support the social and emotional needs of students, teachers, and school leaders as we all return to school. There is fear, uncertainty, and elevated levels of stress for students, teachers, leaders, and famili…
 
In this episode Kirsten Myers Blake shares ways to build virtual classroom communities and workshops. After jumping into virtual instruction last spring, Kirsten realized that what her students needed the most was for her to "love hard" and to maintain the rituals and routines of her brick n' mortar classroom. This year Kirsten will be a teacher in…
 
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