School of Thought Podcast
Episode 64 - Have You Read This Takeover: Pride and Prejudice

Episode 64 - Have You Read This Takeover: Pride and Prejudice

February 2, 2020

We’re wrapping up Podcast Month with a Have You Read This podcast takeover! After taping our previous interview with the hosts of the Have You Read This podcast, we turned the microphones back on and Andrea and Megan worked their magic, leading a discussion of Pride and Prejudice like they would on their own podcast. We give bad novel summaries, decide who we would date-marry-kill, talk about casting changes, and reflect on the state of dating in the 21st century.

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Episode 63 Shortcuts - Have You Read This

Episode 63 Shortcuts - Have You Read This

January 26, 2020

We’re kicking off 2020 with Podcast Month! Each week we’ll be featuring a new education podcast covering a unique space in the world of education.

 

Today we are hearing from the hosts of the Have You Read This Podcast – Andrea Michelle and Megan Moorehouse. Andrea and Megan have known each other since third grade and have been friends since high school. They share a passion for reading and have built an engaging podcast to share that love with the world. Their podcast features a recap of the book, a series of fun games, and a discussion of the movie. If you’re looking for a virtual book club then you should definitely check this one out!

Stick around for the next episode where they hijack the School of Thought Podcast and lead a discussion about Pride and Prejudice!

 

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We would love to hear from you! Please email us at schoolofthoughtpodcast@gmail.com to tell us who you are, what you think about the show, and who we should talk to next.You can also connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Episode 63 - Have You Read This

Episode 63 - Have You Read This

January 26, 2020

We’re kicking off 2020 with Podcast Month! Each week we’ll be featuring a new education podcast covering a unique space in the world of education.

Today we are hearing from the hosts of the Have You Read This Podcast – Andrea Michelle and Megan Moorehouse. Andrea and Megan have known each other since third grade and have been friends since high school. They share a passion for reading and have built an engaging podcast to share that love with the world. Their podcast features a recap of the book, a series of fun games, and a discussion of the movie. If you’re looking for a virtual book club then you should definitely check this one out!

Stick around for the next episode where they hijack the School of Thought Podcast and lead a discussion about Pride and Prejudice!

 

Links

 

We would love to hear from you! Please email us at schoolofthoughtpodcast@gmail.com to tell us who you are, what you think about the show, and who we should talk to next.You can also connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Episode 62 Shortcuts - The EduTech Guys

Episode 62 Shortcuts - The EduTech Guys

January 19, 2020

We’re kicking off 2020 with Podcast Month! Each week we’ll be featuring a new education podcast covering a unique space in the world of education.

 

Today we are hearing from the hosts of the EduTech Guys Podcast – David Henderson and Jeff Madlock. David and Jeff both hosted their own radio shows before the advent of podcasting, and have worked as technology coordinators in the Arkansas education system. In 2015 the EduTech Guys connected their experiences in education and broadcasting with their lifelong passion for technology and the EduTech Guys podcast was born. Their weekly program features interviews with teachers, administrators, and other education leaders as they travel across the nation. Embedded in each conversation is a search for ways in which educators are using technology to improve education and serve their students. They also lead workshops and professional development sessions on Ed Tech.

 

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We would love to connect with you! Please email us at schoolofthoughtpodcast@gmail.com to tell us who you are, what you think about the show, and who we should talk to next.

Episode 62 - The EduTech Guys

Episode 62 - The EduTech Guys

January 19, 2020

We’re kicking off 2020 with Podcast Month! Each week we’ll be featuring a new education podcast covering a unique space in the world of education.

 

Today we are hearing from the hosts of the EduTech Guys Podcast – David Henderson and Jeff Madlock. David and Jeff both hosted their own radio shows before the advent of podcasting, and have worked as technology coordinators in the Arkansas education system. In 2015 the EduTech Guys connected their experiences in education and broadcasting with their lifelong passion for technology and the EduTech Guys podcast was born. Their weekly program features interviews with teachers, administrators, and other education leaders as they travel across the nation. Embedded in each conversation is a search for ways in which educators are using technology to improve education and serve their students. They also lead workshops and professional development sessions on Ed Tech.

 

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We would love to connect with you! Please email us at schoolofthoughtpodcast@gmail.com to tell us who you are, what you think about the show, and who we should talk to next.

Episode 61 Shortcuts - Learn Smarter

Episode 61 Shortcuts - Learn Smarter

January 12, 2020

We’re kicking off 2020 with Podcast Month! Each week we’ll be featuring a new education podcast covering a unique space in the world of education.

Today we are hearing from the hosts of the Learn Smarter Podcast, Rachel Kapp and Stephanie Pitts! Rachel and Stephanie both grew up in Southern California and grew up to become elementary school teachers. They met in educational therapy graduate school and became close friends. They supported each other as they each opened their own education therapy practices. They now co-host the Learn Smarter podcast together where they discuss educational therapy and ways to support students with different learning profiles.

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You can find all our episodes on SoundCloud, the iTunes Store, Google Play, and Spotify.

We would love to connect with you! Please email us at schoolofthoughtpodcast@gmail.com to tell us who you are, what you think about the show, and who we should talk to next.

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Episode 61 - Learn Smarter

Episode 61 - Learn Smarter

January 12, 2020

We’re kicking off 2020 with Podcast Month! Each week we’ll be featuring a new education podcast covering a unique space in the world of education.

Today we are hearing from the hosts of the Learn Smarter Podcast, Rachel Kapp and Stephanie Pitts! Rachel and Stephanie both grew up in Southern California and grew up to become elementary school teachers. They met in educational therapy graduate school and became close friends. They supported each other as they each opened their own education therapy practices. They now co-host the Learn Smarter podcast together where they discuss educational therapy and ways to support students with different learning profiles.

Links

 

You can find all our episodes on SoundCloud, the iTunes Store, Google Play, and Spotify.

We would love to connect with you! Please email us at schoolofthoughtpodcast@gmail.com to tell us who you are, what you think about the show, and who we should talk to next.

Connect with us and the rest of our tribe by searching for School of Thought Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Episode 60 Shortcuts - Teachers on Fire

Episode 60 Shortcuts - Teachers on Fire

January 5, 2020

Welcome to Podcast Month! This month we will be featuring four educational podcasts that cover a wide array of issues in education. Please consider subscribing to them and the great work they do!

Tim Cavey is an 8th grade teacher who has spent 18 years in the classroom. He is also the host of the Teachers on Fire Podcast. The Teachers on Fire Podcast profiles the lives of people who are transforming the world of education. 

 

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We would love to connect with you! Please email us at schoolofthoughtpodcast@gmail.com to tell us who you are, what you think about the show, and who we should talk to next.

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Episode 60 - Teachers on Fire

Episode 60 - Teachers on Fire

January 4, 2020

Welcome to Podcast Month! This month we will be featuring four educational podcasts that cover a wide array of issues in education. Please consider subscribing to them and the great work they do!

 

Tim Cavey is an 8th grade teacher who has spent 18 years in the classroom. He is also the host of the Teachers on Fire Podcast. The Teachers on Fire Podcast profiles the lives of people who are transforming the world of education. 

 

Links

We would love to connect with you! Please email us at schoolofthoughtpodcast@gmail.com to tell us who you are, what you think about the show, and who we should talk to next.

 

Connect with us and the rest of our tribe by searching for School of Thought Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Episode 59 - Favorite Teacher 2019

Episode 59 - Favorite Teacher 2019

December 29, 2019

Welcome to our final episode of 2019! It’s our annual Favorite Teacher episode, where I replay each guest from the past year talking about their favorite teacher. I treasure these episodes, and use them as a chance to reflect on the wonderful guests who have come on this show and what they have shared. As we wrap up this year and prepare for a new one, I invite you listen to this episode and spend some time in contemplation about your life, your purpose, and your role in education.

 

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We would love to connect with you! Please email us at schoolofthoughtpodcast@gmail.com to tell us who you are, what you think about the show, and who we should talk to next.

 

Connect with us and the rest of our tribe by searching for School of Thought Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.