125: John Stevens (2) | How To Incorporate Math Education Into Daily Activities To Make It More Real And Memorable | How To Enhance Learning With 3D Printing | Be Fully Present | Reduce Resistance To Change By Helping People Understand The WHY |
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Back for a second interview (check out episode 97 to hear his first interview), John Stevens is an Educational Technology Coach in Southern California, author of recently published book Table Talk Math: A Practical Guide for Bringing Math Into Everyday Conversations co-author of The Classroom Chef, and contributing author of Flipping 2.0: Practical Strategies for Flipping Your Class, a resource that helps teachers take the flipped classroom to the next level. He moderates #caeedchat on Sunday evenings from 8-9pm PST on Twitter, runs a site called Would You Rather? which is dedicated to getting students talking about math. During recent summers, John has had the honor of presenting at CUE Rockstar events in California and various technology and math conferences. John blogs at fishing4tech.com. His latest adventure has led him into the world of 3D-printing, designing lesson plans and curricula for AirWolf3D. John loves to encourage a risk-taking environment for students, staff, and school leadership and is dedicated to finding ways for educational leaders to put the direction of learning into the hands of students.
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Check out Would You Rather Math: http://www.wouldyourathermath.com/
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Check out John’s previous episode on Educators Lead: http://www.educatorslead.com/johnstevens/
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