78. Making It Count with Scott Nunes and Shane Lawrence
TNT EdTech Podcast
In episode 78 we partner up with Shane Lawrence's Ed. Podcast with sharing the episode Conversation 163 - Scott Nunes - Making it Count from Ed. Podcast on our TNT EdTech Podcast. Quick links to topics and tools in this episode: theedpodcast.com Twitter theedpodcast Follow on Twitter Scott Nunes @mrnunesteach and Matthew Ketchum @mattedtechcoach Follow TNT EdTech Podcast on your favorite podcast player of choice, on the web www.tntedtech.com and on Twitter @tntedtech - we thank you for listening!
BONUS - PodSwap! The Ed Podcast (w Shane Lawrence)
PodSwap(n): when two podcasters jump on each others' shows to double down on the awesome. In this bonus episode, I chat with Shane Lawrence, host of The Ed Podcast. We dig into podcasting (obviously), what he's learned after interviewing over 160 guests, and the joyful discovery of making things.
Lesson: Impossible - An Exploration of Educational Innovation
🎙Your lesson, should you choose to accept it, is to create observant👀 critical thinkers🧠and creative film-makers🎥 through a film studies🎬 program. The special agent🕵️♂️ assigned to help you with this task is Shane Lawrence of Edmonton, Alberta. In our conversation we discuss: 1️⃣ How students grow as critical viewers and thinkers over five years of film studies 2️⃣ Choosing the right films to show (and some horror stories of what happens when you don’t!) 3️⃣ Equipping (literally and figuratively) students to make their own films Click here for more details about our conversation, links to films mentioned in the episode, and more information about the podcast.
Ep.047 -- Shane Lawrence -- The Ed Podcast & Making School Better
ClassCast Podcast Ep.047 features Shane Lawrence, the host of The Ed Podcast and a middle school drama/film/computer/art/English/everything teacher from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Shane and host Ryan Tibbens discuss Shane's experiences in education, podcasting, how to make school better for students, great movie and book recommendations, and more. For over six years, The Ed Podcast has been among the most loved and respected education podcasts; using that background, Shane shares what he has learned about great teaching and about how to broadcast it. For the "ideal school" section of this episode, Shane showed up prepared -- he had notes about schedules, planning times, options, and more. And of course, as a film and drama teacher, Shane shares some excellent movie and book recommendations at the end. This episode has a little something for everyone, and it has a whole lot for teachers, administrators, and podcasters. You can contact Shane via TheEdPodcast.com and on Twitter @theedpodcast. Be sure to like, follow, subscribe, share, comment, review, and all that other good stuff wherever you get your podcasts. Streaming now on all major services. Table of Contents0:00-15:52 -- Intro to Shane Lawrence & Education Podcasting15:52-26:00 -- Shane's Education & Teaching Career26:00-31:13 -- How We Schedule a School Day31:13-1:06:04 -- The Ideal School1:06:38-1:14:25 -- Shane's Movie & Book Recommendations1:14:26-1:15:27 -- Wrap UpSupport the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)
154: Develop your own style. - Shane Lawrence chats with us about giving students ownership, being flexible, and the power of discovering your own style.
Teach Better Talk
15 year veteran teacher, and "The Ed Podcast" host, Shane Lawrence, chats with us about giving students ownership, being flexible, and the power of discovering your own style. More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/shanelawrence Episode Highlights 3:45 - Chatting about the "Call For Proposals" for the 2020 Teach Better Conference. 10:44 - Previewing the episode with Shane Lawrence. 17:03 - Shane introduces himself. 18:20 - Shane's failure: Musical theatre - Took on too much. 23:00 - Talking about Shane's podcast, "The Ed Podcast." Check out Rae's episode on Shane's podcast! 26:02 - What's keeping Shane excited about education right now: New challenges every dqy. 29:22 - Shane's advice for teachers: Be yourself - work to discover your own style - you don’t have to be someone else, you don’t have to do everything 31:48 - 6 questions answered in 15 seconds or less. 34:52 - How to connect with Shane. Shane's Recommendations EdTech Tool: Google Classroom Book: "The Overstory" by Richard Powers. Who to Follow on Social Media: @JennBinis @collidingwithscience @stantonalana YouTube/Podcast/Website/Blog: Smarter Every Day, New York Times - Anatomy of a Scene Daily/Weekly/Monthly Routine: Do something that scares you. Best piece of advice you've ever received: Pick your battles. Links to Connect With Shane Website: www.theedpodcast.com Twitter: @theedpodcast Instagram: @theedpodcast--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message
Chris and Lee are joined by Shane Lawrence, high school art, computing, film studies, and drama teacher at Elk Island Public School in Edmonton, Canada. Shane is a prolific podcaster, releasing over 130 episodes to date. Shane is passionate about film studies and film production. This week's show is all about getting started in podcasting and Shane's experience in teaching Film Studies. 🇨🇦 Follow Shane on Twitter 🍎 Check out The Ed Podcast 👨🏻💻Follow Chris on Twitter 🧔 Follow Lee on Twitter 🗣Leave a voice message on Anchor ⭐️ Review on Apple Podcasts--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/open-door/message
92 - Shane Lawrence: Artist, Teacher, and Podcaster
Teachers on Fire
SHANE LAWRENCE is a high school educator in Alberta, Canada who specializes in film studies but also teaches digital media and art courses at the 7th and 8th grade levels. Shane is the host and producer of The Ed Podcast. In our conversation, Shane shares candidly about how the extraordinary demands of a musical production once stretched him to a breaking point. He tells the origin story of The Ed Podcast and describes his mission as a podcaster today. Shane talks about what is exciting him in education, the new course that will teach him the most in the coming school year, and the key to overcoming imposter syndrome. As we conclude, he also shares the voices and resources that are shaping his thinking and inspiring his practice today. Connect with Shane: On Twitter @TheEdPodcast On Instagram @TheEdPodcast On his podcast: The Ed Podcast Visit https://teachersonfire.net/ for all the show notes and links from this episode! Connect with the Teachers on Fire podcast on social media: On Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachersOnFire On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teachersonfire/ On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachersOnFire/ On LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/TimWCavey On The Teachers on Fire Magazine: https://medium.com/teachers-on-fire On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFDPjkAn7lZb-rahyVDttKA Song Track Credits Intro: Easy (by Mike Cosmo -- license purchased at https://taketones.com/) Outtro: Bluntedsesh4 (by Tha Silent Partner, courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.org) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teachersonfire/support
Join us as we chat with Shane Lawrence, the phenomenal educator behind @theedpodcast!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edumatch-tweet-talk/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/edumatch-tweet-talk/support
Today Shane Lawrence is in the house and we are talking about The Edge of Seventeen, which really means we're talking about all the things that teenagers think about that maybe they shouldn't say out loud. But, actually they should because teenagers are people too and they are going through awful and devastating things just like the rest of us and deserve to feel them fully and complexly. Life is hard, man, and it's even harder when you're dealing with mental health issues and your father dies and your best friend starts dating your brother. What? Did I say all that out loud? Ok, well if you haven't seen this movie, WATCH IT, and then come immediately back here to listen and discuss along with us because this episode is packed with revelations that are sure to get you thinking about things you've been repressing for awhile.