#31 How to Amplify Your Students' Voices -- Katelynn Giordano (如何幫助學生找回學習自主權)
Compass Teachers - 司南老師
In this episode, it is all about amplifying your students’ voices. We are really happy to have Katelynn Giordano joining us and sharing her teaching strategies of years. Katelynn Giordano is a Middle Level Language Arts Educator, a blogger at Curriculum Coffee, a writer for the Teachers on Fire magazine, and a Director of Curriculum & Instruction for the Teach Better Team. She is a dynamic educator who is passionate about student voices, promoting equity, and valuing teachers as professionals.Connect with Katelynn:Website | Twitter | Instagram If you enjoy our show and want to support us, leaving an Apple review would help this platform being discovered by more educators! Thank you!Learn more about the show, please visit https://compassteacher.com/ReflectionsCan your curriculum help your students to see who they are ? Or is the curriculum written by the people from the homogenous or diverse background?What can you do tomorrowStart from one writing assignment. Let your students write about their passion projects and see how that trigger their intrinsic motivations.Song Tracks CreditsOpening & Ending: Smiling at the SunThe breaks in the middleLight Up the Stars by GyomThings That Are True by Young Presidents司南老師的任務是去訪談來自各地的老師，汲取他們實用的教學技巧，工具或是教育研究。提供一些想法讓您可以落實在教學中。Our mission is to interview educators around the world and share their teaching tactics, education research or helpful tools. Amazing ideas to experiment in the classroom. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
BONUS - Katelynn Giordano's & Dave Schmittou's 12 Hour Live Session On The Philosophy and Practice of Grading And Assessing
Teach Better Talk
In this bonus episode, we pulled the audio from Katelynn's and Dave's 12 Hour Live session on the philosophy and practice of grading and assessing. This was an extremely popular session during our 12 Hour Live and we really hope you enjoy hearing their discussion regarding grading and assessment again. If you liked this conversation, head on over to www.teachbettergroup.com to check us out and also go ahead and give us a follow on social media! Twitter: @teachbetterteam Instagram: @teachbetterteam Facebook: @teachbetterteam YouTube: @teachbetterteam --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message
BONUS - Jeff Gargas, Katelynn Giordano and Dave Schmittou chat about grading and assessment in today's classroom (March 18th, 2021)
Teach Better Talk
In this bonus episode, Jeff, Katelynn and Dave dive deep to discuss grading and assessment in today's classrooms. Throughout the conversation, all three discuss the meaning and purpose behind grading and assessments and also the challenges and opportunities teachers and schools have regarding the current grading and assessment policies and practices. If you liked this conversation, head on over to www.teachbettergroup.com to check us out and also go ahead and give us a follow on social media! Twitter: @teachbetterteam Instagram: @teachbetterteam Facebook: @teachbetterteam YouTube: @teachbetterteam --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message
200: The journey so far. - Meghan Deegan, Chad Ostrowski, and Katelynn Giordano join us to chat about 200 episodes of Teach Better Talk, their journeys with the team, and why none of them really liste
Teach Better Talk
Meghan Deegan, Chad Ostrowski, and Katelynn Giordano join us to chat about 200 episodes of Teach Better Talk, their journeys with the team, and why none of them really listen to the podcast. More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/episode200.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message
Lesson: Impossible - An Exploration of Educational Innovation
Your lesson, should you choose to accept it, is to engage and empower your students by going ‘gradeless’. The special agent assigned to help you with this task is sixth grade English and Social Studies teacher, Katelynn Giordano of Illinois. Click here for links to resources mentioned and more information about this episode.
Episode 124- Katelynn Giordano brings the heat when talking grades, assessment, and so much more!!!
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Teach Better Tuesday Season 2, Episode 18 Featuring: Katelynn Giordano
Intelligogy The Podcast
Intelligogy The Podcast’s Teach Better Tuesday features Katelynn Giordano exploring the why behind passion projects. Passion projects are individualized plans for exploration for students designed for exploration of their passions and ultimately to inspire them to pursue their passions. So much to this conversation, we had to get back together for part 2 coming next week, stay tuned!
Katelynn Giordano – Equity and Running 6th Graders
Planning Period Podcast
Hello, and welcome to Episode 115 of the Planning Period Podcast, part of the OnPodcastMedia Network. I’m your host, Brad Shreffler. This week on the show I am joined by Katelynn Giordano. Katelynn is a Middle School English teacher, blogger, and content editor for the Teach Better Team. I reached out to one of my Edu podcasting groups and said I needed to line up an interview for a specific night and time due to some travel issues coming up, and if I didn’t, I wouldn’t have an episode for this week. One of the members put me in touch with Katelynn, and so she became another of my podcasting blind dates. Katelynn and I talk about her passion for being in the classroom, how weird 6th graders are, equity in education, what kinds of systemic issues are still present in education today, how important it is to continue conversations that make us uncomfortable, grading problems including those caused by technology, the importance of reflecting and working on yourself, and the power of saying “no” to students sometimes, when it’s for a reason. So, sit back and enjoy Episode 115 of the Planning Period Podcast, my interview with Katelynn Giordano. 50 Minutes – coughing while talking Katelynn, wow…just thank you so much for joining me on the show. It was so much fun chatting with you! To connect with Katelynn, find her on Twitter @kngiordano. Same on Instagram. You can also visit her website CurriculumCoffee.com. If you have comments or questions about the show, you can always connect with me on Twitter or Instagram, @BradShreffler. I love to hear from you all there and that’s also a great place to connect if you’d like to be a guest on the show. Or, checkout the Feedback Page on my website that gives you other options for feedback as well, which you can find at BradShreffler.com/Feedback. Until next week, allow yourself to stay in an uncomfortable place to better yourself. ResourcesWe Got This: Equity, Access, and Who Our Students Need Us to Be – Cornelius MinorChad Everette – ImagineLit.com – @chadceverett Music provided by: Vicious by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
135: Promoting education. - Katelynn Giordano chats with us about giving students an active role in learning, the power of personalized learning, and being someone who promotes education.
Teach Better Talk
6th grade ELA teacher, and Teach Better's Digital Content Editor, Katelynn Giordano, chats with us about giving students an active role in learning, the power of personalized learning, and being someone who promotes education. Katelynn shares how she negotiates grades with her students, the power of reaching out to other educators, and why your voice matters. More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/katelynngiordano Episode Highlights 2:06 - Talking about heading back to school after Winter break. 4:37 - Previewing the episode with Katelynn Giordano. 9:59 - Katelynn introduces herself. 11:24 - Katelynn chats about her role with the team. 14:02 - Katelynn's failure: Transitioning content areas, and teaching writing "so badly." 17:28 - Katelynn's success: Changing the way she reports grades in her classroom. 21:34 - What's keeping Katelynn excited about education: Personalized learning gaining popularity. Kids taking a more active role in education. Conversations about equity and representation in education. 24:23 - Katelynn's advice for teachers: Your voice matters. 26:22 - 6 questions answered in 15 seconds or less. 28:28 - How to connect with Katelynn. Katelynn's Recommendations EdTech Tool: Google Docs. Book: "White Fragility" by Robin DiAngelo. Who to Follow on Instagram: Cornelius Minor (@MISTERMINOR) YouTube/Podcast/Website/Blog: TedEd. Daily/Weekly/Monthly Routine: Daily- hitting the gym & taking time for YOU Weekly- checking in with students in the classroom Monthly - planning ahead to ensure your lessons/plans are good to go Best piece of advice you've ever received: Reach out to other educators, connect with them, hold your dates to chat/hangout. People are always willing to share. Links to Connect With Katelynn Website: curriculumcoffee.com & katelynngiordano.com Twitter: @kngiordano Facebook Page: Katelynn Giordano Instagram: @kngiordano--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message
27 - Katelynn Giordano: I am a teacher & I have anxiety
Welcome to the Teacher Blogs Podcast, a podcast for teachers who have more time to listen than to read. This is a podcast that amplifies the voices of education writers that are seen, read, but need to be heard. If you’ve written a blog post that you’d like me to consider featuring, please message me @Teacher_Blogs on Twitter. You’ll find today's writer, Katelynn Giordano, on the Teachers on Fire Magazine on Medium and at her own blog at Curriculum Coffee. You can also connect with Katelynn on Twitter @Mrs_Giordano or on Instagram @CurriculumCoffee. Read her post on the web: https://curriculumcoffee.com/2019/08/25/i-am-a-teacher-i-have-anxiety/.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teacher-blogs-podcast/message