Using Maker Space in Special Education with Brooke Brown
Sped Prep Academy Podcast
I came across the teacher Brooke Brown in 2018 when my district began the state redesign process of imagining what our school could look like if the teachers were given the flexibility and freedom to dream big.A team of teachers from my school drove five hours to meet with this teacher, and I can tell you...she is such an inspiration. She is just bubbly and full of energy and I kinda wanted to be her new best friend.Brooke is a gifted and talented teacher who has brought light to makerspace with her STEM bins and Maker Mats, her participation in Stem Con and through her huge Instagram platform. She makes me want to redo elementary school again just so I can be a part of her classroom.But in addition to working with students who fall into the gifted category, Brooke also opens the doors to her Maker Space to students who have Autism and other disabilities and She is passionate about STEM being accessible to all kids and incorporated into all kinds of classrooms.If you need additional tips and tricks of how to incorporate a maker space into your special education program, Brooke is more than willing to continue the conversation. You can reach her at email@example.comYou can find links to all her products on her website teachoutsidethebox.com and you can follow her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/teachoutsidethebox/
Episode 159: Spencer Burton, Katarina Pejak, Brooke Brown, Katie Dahl, Sam Phelps, Casper Allen, Jeff Brown, Hailey Whitters, Greg Farley, John Paul Keith, Katy Kirby, Wet Leather, The Doubtfires, Oh Susannah
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
I made some found poems out of the song titles! Hope you enjoy! Album of the Week: Casper Allen -- The Magnolia Sessions Casper Allen's got the perfect singing voice -- and his writing and playing aren't too far behind. This live recording, including some older songs and new songs that are being prepped for his solo debut, finds Allen at his rawest and most relaxed. We can hear him chatting with his girlfriend and the folks from Anti-Corporate Records who were manning the recording. In fact, it's this session that inspired the series. I interviewed Aaron Lee Tasjan for Country Queer Spotlight! Listen here or subscribe on your podcast app! Vote for me for the Self-Made Independent Podcasters Award! Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/ Spencer Burton -- “Further” (Coyote) Katarina Pejak -- “Silver Little River"(Roads That Cross) Brooke Brown -- “I Don’t Chase Whiskey” (Single) Katie Dahl -- “Good Northern Ground” (Wildwood) Sam Phelps -- “Choices” (Talking to a Friend) Casper Allen -- “Dirty Now” (The Magnolia Sessions) Jeff Brown -- “A Death on the Midnight Special” (Single) Hailey Whitters -- “Fillin’ My Cup (feat. Little Big Town)” (Single) Greg Farley -- “Skippy” (Brown Bag) John Paul Keith -- “If I Had Money” (Rhythm of the City) Katy Kirby -- “Juniper” (Cool Dry Place) Wet Leather -- “Everybody Else (Is Doing It on TV)” (Single) The Doubtfires -- “My Phone Is Full of George Jones” (Rumble and Clatter) Oh Susannah -- “In the Darkroom at the School” (A Girl in Teen City) Podcast intro by Alma Contra, music from Two Cow Garage’s “Stars & Gutters” Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
Episode 43: Dreaming Outside the Box with Brooke Brown
Dreamers & Doers Podcast by Loveworks Leadership
Brooke Brown, has 15 years of experience as a teacher and is also the founder of Teach Outside the Box. She loves to step outside typical classroom curriculum and enrich students’ learning experiences whenever possible so she created kits, STEM projects, and more to foster memorable and engaging learning experiences through Teach Outside the Box.For more, visit our show notes at https://loveworksleadership.blog/2021/01/23/episode-43-dreaming-outside-the-box-with-brooke-brown/.
Sourcing Content from Within Featuring Brooke Brown of Smartbridge
During this episode of Tech Qualified, Tristan Pelligrino and Justin Brown interview Brooke Browne, the Marketing Manager at Smartbridge. This interview focuses on her past experience in marketing, often operating in smaller teams. During the chat, Brooke talks about her priorities at Smartbridge and how the company uses the talent of all employees to contribute to their content marketing initiatives. Highlights Brooke mentions how she started her career in marketing while she was getting her college degree. Brooke has been working with Smartbridge for the past eight years. Smartbridge is an enterprise business technology consultancy, and targets those companies that are looking to transform their digital roadmap. Smartbridge deals with a lot of robotic process automation - upgrading, and modernizing ERP systems, CRM, ECM...all the acronyms. The digital presence of Smartbridge was non-existent when she joined the organization eight years ago and she’s been a big part of leading the charge ever since. During the initial years, content marketing was their fundamental marketing strategy and remains a core focus of the company’s plans. Brooke chats about one of the first blog posts that generated interest - it was a very simple “how to” post that generated traffic and led to revenue. At present, Smartbridge uses a wide range of marketing techniques such as content marketing, search engine marketing, advertisements on the radio and more. She mentions that Smartbridge is hyper-focused on content marketing and publishes their content on different social media platforms and through podcasts. Smartbridge is quite consistent with articles and writing posts but also works on video content to drive more interest. Smartbridge uses a lot of sales intelligence tools that help them understand what a particular company is looking for (intent-based data). While getting started with podcasting, the organization concentrates on authentic thought leadership and sharing a little information about them; to people who want to listen, even if it's competitors. At Smartbridge, business analysts, data scientists, developers - all contribute to marketing content and the company ensures this is outlined in the hiring process. Their hiring process is quite transparent; a candidate may or may not be a marketing person but must contribute to their marketing and sales efforts. When producing content, the marketing team gets help from a variety of employees - even if it’s just doing a screen recording or a rough draft to get a piece started. Smartbridge implements an incentive program, so anytime an employee gets published, he/she receives a $50 gift card. Key Points According to Brooke, what was old is now new again, “We're doing radio ads locally which is a fun thing. We even dabbled with the idea of running some billboards.” Brooke said that “...cadence is so important. It's always challenging when we're always limited on time and what we can do. So we have to triage what we are working on and what's going to reach the audience. You know, the best audience has the best time and you can do what you can with the data that you have, but a lot of it's a combination of luck, experimenting and data-driven insights.” Resources Brooke Browne: LinkedIn Smartbridge: Website Smartbridge: Podcast Motion: Ultimate Thought Leadership Course for B2B Tech Companies
We are thrilled to have our first TEACHER on our show!! Please join us with Brooke Brown, a teacher, blogger, TpT author, and momma of 2! She shares with us some of her tips and tricks in the classroom and how she incorporates STEM and Makerspace activities daily. Enjoy!
Brooke Brown and Ryan Sulchek came by the studio to talk about cocktails. Brooke is mixologist and runs the company she created, Bashes by Brooke Brown a business that event coordinates, business consultant, and hosts mixology classes around Southern MD. Ryan is the owner of Araza Natural Purees, they offer a line of frozen and aseptic fruit purees. We talked about making cocktails, smoking out the studio, and how awesome owning a speakeasy would be.
Rob Needs an Alfred with Brooke Brown We put our ghostwriter in the hot seat. Brooke Brown of Well Read Well Said is responsible for the detailed show notes you all love so much. But today she joins us on the mic to discuss how men get ready for parties with pretty ladies, our picks for song of the summer, fast women, being finessed as young boys, and why you need to get you an Alfred that can do both. Listen in as we discuss: The Man with a party plan (10:33) Song of the Summer 2017 (22:30) Our ghostwriter, Brooke drops in (29:06) Aye Rob, listen bruh…(39:15) All men have been finessed (52:00) Mentioned in this Episode: Jimmy Iovine on SZA/Top Dawg Deal Rake It Up – Yo Gotti ft Nicki Minaj Who Dat Boy – Tyler, The Creator Magnolia – Playboi Carti Claudio Rivera’s Episode Ron of Japan Chicago Quotes from this Episode: “There was no ashy-ness in the building. Everybody was well moisturized.” ~ Dion “I think we have to acknowledge the elephant in the room. She’s fast! That’s just a fast woman.” ~ Fresh “I just feel like everybody needs an Alfred in their life. Like Batman has Alfred.”~ Ant P “Rob didn’t know how to protect his new money. He still doesn’t. It’s evident by his timing.” ~Brooke Events of the Week Thank You Chicago’s Everyday We Lit Day Party: July 15th 4-9pm at Bar 10 Pitchfork Music Festival: July 14- 16th at Chicago’s Union Park Find out more about our go-to writer, Brooke Brown and her professional writing services at www.wellread-wellsaid.com, @wellsaidbrooke on Twitter and @whatbrookesaw on Instagram. To gain access to Dion’s All Summer 17 Spotify Playlist and get updates on summer events like and follow us on Facebook.