This week we welcome special guest Nancy Sanchez, author of the just released book Your 2018 Guide to College Transfer. Nancy provides insight into the transfer process and how access to premium institutions don't always take the same path. What do you need to know about transferring for your children or students? How can you plan the way forward in education that best suits you? For more on the guide, visit www.yourguidetocollegetransfer.org.
Dan, Brandon, and Mike discuss the intersection of sports and education. What can lessons can be learned in how and why we play sports that could be beneficial in the classroom? Does learning a new sport later in life help you as much mentally as it does physically? We also look at the latest venture from Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and how he's discussing the total athlete preparation.
Following up on our Fake News episode, Mike Palmer and Esther Lee sit down to chat with Kisha Henry. Kisha is a teacher from the Bronx who engaged students on fake news and media literacy via a chat bot they were already using in the classroom. Listen to how Kisha integrated the new lessons and challenged her students to question what they read online.
Dan, Mike, and Brandon are back and this week they tackle #fakenews. What can happen in our classrooms to help educate students, and adults, on how to process and spot fake news? What can adult learners do to better prevent the spread of fake news?
Dan, Mike, and Brandon are back on the latest Trending in Education talking smart phones in the classroom. How should educators be leveraging smart phones for learning? What data can be collected for better learning experiences? What does the new Apple X have to offer that could help learners in the future? All that and more on the latest TiE.
Dan, Mike, and Brandon explore the story of Torobo-kun, a robot designed to take tests to gain entry into Todai University in Japan. The squad digs into the rich narrative of a robot designed to pass a test that very nearly reached its goal, before pivoting to industrial use. Beyond Torobo's story (and related screenplay ideas), the team dives into the research of Noriko Arai and how we're using AI research to gain insight into the complex relationship between human cognition and machine learning.
Dan, Mike, & Brandon tackle talk about influencers in the classroom. Are there ethical boundaries being crossed? Can educators work as ed tech influencers in their classrooms without raising ethical considerations? What do state attorneys general have to say? Listen in to find out.
Dan, Brandon, & Mike discuss one of their favorite topics, the Gartner Hype Cycle. What's new to the curve? Can Augmented Reality climb out of the trough of disillusionment? What exactly is 4-d printing? All that and more on this week's trending in education.
Brandon, Mike, and Dan look back at the first year of Trending In Education. What were their favorite shows? What topics stood out? Where do they see the show going in the next year? Tune in to look back and forward with the TiE crew.
Brandon and Mike dig into the emerging media platform that is podcasting. Mike recaps the trends and themes he encountered at the Podcast Movement conference he attended in Anaheim. Long form, short form, highly produced, or live-to-tape, podcasting has multiple ways to pull you in. How will the medium evolve and how should we understand its implications on learning? Listen up to learn more.