7 Mindshifts for Tackling Old Problems in Education with Connie Hamilton, Joseph Jones and T.J. Vari
Leaders Coaching Leaders
Poor achievement scores, teacher turnover, funding shortfalls and political pressures. These are just a few issues that have dogged the education profession for years; they seem intractable. But this session’s guests disagree. They believe we need a few mindshifts to spark our collective efficacy for tackling these problems. They also believe certain leadership behaviors which emerged to help manage the Covid crisis are valuable to retain and apply to these perennial problems in education. They discuss how different mindshifts are suited to particular challenges, offer leaders a way to reignite their passion for finding solutions to tough issues and frameworks for processing old problems in new ways.
Can You Be Led? | Connie Hamilton | Fractured Relationship
The Tom Schimmer Podcast
In Don’t @ Me (2:53), Tom opens by asking us all to consider whether we can set our egos aside and be open to being led. Then, Tom is joined by educator and author Connie Hamilton (9:33) to discuss her book, “Hacking Questions: 11 Answers that Create a Culture of Inquiry in your Classroom.” Finally, in Assessment Corner (47:38), Tom identifies the six most common ways the relationship between the formative and summative assessment paradigms gets fractured, making grading reform more difficult. Connie on Twitter: @conniehamilton Connie on Linkedin: Connie Hamilton Connie's Website: www.conniehamilton.org NEW BOOKS BY TOM: "Concise Answers to FAQs about Assessment & Grading" "Jackpot: Nurturing Student Investment through Assessment" UPCOMING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING Grading from the Inside Out (2-Day Workshop) Long Beach, CA (September 21-22, 2022)Register Here Virtual Workshop (Octo. 4 & 11, 2022)Register Here Minneapolis, MN (December 1-2, 2022)Register Here Teach Better Conference (CODE: Schimmer22)Akron, OH (October 14-15, 2022)Register Here Michigan Assessment ConsortiumNovember 2, 2022 (1:00-3:30pm ET)Register Here CONNECT WITH TOM SCHIMMER Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @TomSchimmerPod Twitter: @TomSchimmer Instagram: @tomschimmerpodcast TikTok: @tomschimmerpodcast Facebook: Schimmer Education Website: www.tomschimmer.com
Connie Hamilton: Asking and Getting Students to Ask Great Questions
Today’s episode with educator and author Connie Hamilton is so near and dear to my heart. We have a great conversation about the importance of not only how to ask powerful, more focused questions, but also how students can do the same. Connie also shares how to respond to the “I don’t know” answer that we often get from students. She offers so much solid, applicable advice in this episode! At the end of the interview. Connie plays a “pop songs with questions in the title” The 5-Minute Game Show. And super bonus: She sings some of the answers! In my discussion with Connie you’ll hear me talk about my Lenses of Questioning course that has now officially launched. Watch the video to find out more about the course and see NewLensEd.com to register. I’d like to give my special thanks to Connie Hamilton for joining me and also a special shout out to my Lenses of Questioning commercial helpers Shane Lawrence from The Ed Podcast, Yossie and Tuvia Frankel. Links and Resources: Hacking Questions Visit www.hackingquestions.com Connie’s Free Resources Follow Connie on Twitter: @conniehamilton Check out the Lenses of Questioning Course
221: Connie Hamilton chats with us about all the important work she does as an educational consultant and shares with us a ton of excellent advice along the way
Teach Better Talk
Connie Hamilton chats with us about all the important work she does as an educational consultant and shares with us a ton of excellent advice along the way. More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/conniehamilton Connie's Recommendations EdTech Tool: Zoom Books: How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi Belonging Through a Culture of Dignity by Floyd Cobb and John Krownapple Who to Follow on Social Media: CultOfPedagogy (Twitter) What's A Good YouTube Channel or Website for Educators? Small Bites with Hedreich Nichols (YouTube) Coolcat Teacher with Vicki Davis (Website) Daily/Weekly/Monthly Routine: End each and every day with some form of meditation or focus on gratitude Best piece of advice you've ever received: "Kill 'em with kindness." Links to Connect With Connie Website: www.conniehamilton.org Twitter: @conniehamilton Facebook Page: Hacking Questions - Facebook Group Book(s): Hacking Questions and Hacking Homework--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message
Episode 88-A conversation with Connie Hamilton, author of Hacking Questions
In this episode, Connie Hamilton discusses the evolution of her career, her life, her passions, and her successes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-schmittou/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-schmittou/support
Creating a Culture of Inquiry with FocusED Guest Connie Hamilton
FocusED: An educational leadership podcast that uncovers what is working in our schools.
This is Season 1, Episode 1 of FocusED, and it features guest, Connie Hamilton, with a focus on questioning techniques and a culture of inquiry in schools. You’ll hear her address how she frames the work of Hacking Questions and much, much more. We hope you enjoy.---------------------------------------------------------Thanks for listening to FocusED, an educational leadership podcast brought to you by TheSchoolHouse302 @ theschoolhouse302.com. FocusED is your educational leadership podcast where our mission is to dissect a particular focus for teachers and school leaders so that you can learn to lead better and grow faster in your school or district with more knowledge, better understanding, and clear direction on what to do next. Each episode we invite expert guests to join us for a live recording of the podcast, which happens in Delaware. All Delaware educators are invited to attend.
S6 Episode 4: Visible Learning in Math with Connie Hamilton
3 Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast
After several years as an elementary classroom teacher, Connie Hamilton wanted to expand her influence on how children learn in schools. In this episode, you’ll hear about her journey from a young child “playing school” with her stuffed animals to an author and presenter helping other teachers to be their best in the classroom and what she’s learned about equity, relationships, and teaching along the way. Connie will also share about why she thinks John Hattie’s Visible Learning is such a powerful concept and what participants will experience at the upcoming event Visible Learning in Mathematics: Foundations and Beyond. Learn more and register here. Find out more about Connie Hamilton and the Arizona K12 Center here.
The importance of Questioning: Featuring Connie Hamilton
Aspire to Lead
Tweet This How are we constructing our questions to get a true assessment of our student’s content mastery? This week’s guest, Connie Hamilton, discusses the importance of question construction, the benefits and difficulties of working in a small district, and the critical leadership skills needed to be successful. About Connie Hamilton: Connie Hamilton is a K-12 Curriculum Director, Education Consultant, Presenter, Co-Author of “Hacking Homework” and Author of “Hacking Questions”. Follow Connie Hamilton: Twitter: https://twitter.com/conniehamilton Website: https://conniehamilton.net/ Follow Joshua Stamper: NEW website: www.joshstamper.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/Joshua__Stamper Instagram: www.instagram.com/joshua__stamper Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-stamper Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AspirePodcast Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast/id1384210762?mt=2 Join the Conversation Our favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on social media and in our comments section. Please use the #AspireLead hashtag as you continue the conversation on social media. If you’ve gotten any value from this show at all, please subscribe and leave a rating and review wherever you’re listening. The ranking of this show is 100% tied to subscriptions and reviews. You can help us reach more school leaders by subscribing to the show and leaving an honest rating and review.
Connie Hamilton is the author of two books, Hacking Homework, co-authored with Starr Sackstein and her latest book, Hacking Questions. Connie's experience in education includes classroom teacher at elementary and middle school levels, instructional coach, and principal Currently she proudly serves Saranac Community Schools as the curriculum director. She provides engaging professional development on instructional strategies and works directly with groups of teachers in their classrooms to bring their learning to implementation. Don't forget to purchase Hacking Questions here: https://www.amazon.com/Hacking-Questions-Answers-Classroom-Learning/dp/1948212145/ref=pd_sbs_14_4/131-0768206-9874469?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=1948212145&pd_rd_r=4ae2c168-82ca-11e9-a9ce-814cf5dd9e62&pd_rd_w=eeCV6&pd_rd_wg=qpmgA&pf_rd_p=588939de-d3f8-42f1...
Pondering Education S2E13: EduChatting with Starr Sackstein and Connie Hamilton
The Pondering Education Podcast
“EduChatting with Starr Sackstein and Connie Hamilton”Pondering EducationSeason 2 Episode 13April 7, 2019Episode OverviewOn tonight’s episode of #PonderingEducation, Ryan goes educhatting with Starr Sackstein, NBCT and Connie Hamilton, Ed. S. from last month’s ASCD #Empower19 conference in Chicago! To kick off tonight’s episode, Ryan discusses last week’s MCAS controversy and calls on the Massachusetts Department of Education to take drastic actions to rectify the mess caused by the inclusion of a racist question in the 10th grade ELA test. Following a final word from our month-long sponsor, Studentreasures, Ryan speaks with Starr and Connie from Empower19! ***Note: Please excuse the background noise throughout the interview. The media room was hopping at the time!***Links Starr Sackstein TwitterStarr Sackstein WebsiteConnie Hamilton TwitterConnie Hamilton WebsiteBe sure to subscribe to Pondering Education on your preferred podcast platform! Until next week!Ryan