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Learn quick and easy ways to improve education, leadership, and parenting: How to replace traditional homework; how to improve leadership; how to integrate new technology; how to assess for learning; how to eliminate useless meetings; how to engage even the most reluctant learners; how to inspire a lifelong love of reading; how to combine writing with the maker space; how to take learning mobile; how to improve social media strategies. Teacher/author/global influencer Mark Barnes, creator of the Bestselling Hack Learning Book Series, explains precisely what's wrong with education and what you can do about it, tomorrow; because you don't need a 5-year plan. Learn more at http://hacklearning.org.

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Learn quick and easy ways to improve education, leadership, and parenting: How to replace traditional homework; how to improve leadership; how to integrate new technology; how to assess for learning; how to eliminate useless meetings; how to engage even the most reluctant learners; how to inspire a lifelong love of reading; how to combine writing with the maker space; how to take learning mobile; how to improve social media strategies. Teacher/author/global influencer Mark Barnes, creator of the Bestselling Hack Learning Book Series, explains precisely what's wrong with education and what you can do about it, tomorrow; because you don't need a 5-year plan. Learn more at http://hacklearning.org.

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By Amy HK - May 21 2019
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I’m down with this podcast but as of episode 144 there are random ads for non educational things. Right smack in the middle of 144 there was an ad for google pixel. Super annoying.

Real commentary and advice

By Gueritamom - Sep 04 2017
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Thanks for this shot in the arm podcast. Topics are always relevant and give encouragement to try new things and think critically about what we're doing in our 21st century classrooms.

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56 Ratings
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Ads???

By Amy HK - May 21 2019
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I’m down with this podcast but as of episode 144 there are random ads for non educational things. Right smack in the middle of 144 there was an ad for google pixel. Super annoying.

Real commentary and advice

By Gueritamom - Sep 04 2017
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Thanks for this shot in the arm podcast. Topics are always relevant and give encouragement to try new things and think critically about what we're doing in our 21st century classrooms.
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Hack Learning

Latest release on Oct 14, 2019

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Learn quick and easy ways to improve education, leadership, and parenting: How to replace traditional homework; how to improve leadership; how to integrate new technology; how to assess for learning; how to eliminate useless meetings; how to engage even the most reluctant learners; how to inspire a lifelong love of reading; how to combine writing with the maker space; how to take learning mobile; how to improve social media strategies. Teacher/author/global influencer Mark Barnes, creator of the Bestselling Hack Learning Book Series, explains precisely what's wrong with education and what you can do about it, tomorrow; because you don't need a 5-year plan. Learn more at http://hacklearning.org.

Rank #1: Flipping the Flipped Classroom with the In-Class Flip

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Flipped learning has become wildly popular in education. Unlike a traditional course setup, where content is delivered in class and students apply and practice their learning through homework, the flipped classroom turns that arrangement on its head: The initial content delivery happens at home, and then students and teachers re-converge in class to apply and practice their learning. In this episode, Mark Barnes identifies the biggest problem with the trendy flipped classroom and provides some simple strategies teachers can use to flip learning back to the classroom, with the in-class flip. This is Flipping Flipped Learning. See step-by-step details on the strategy at http://hacklearningpodcast.com. Talk about on Twitter at #HackLearning.

Jun 04 2016

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Rank #2: Hacking School Culture: Lead from the Middle

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School district superintendent Joe Sanfelippo and professor emeritus John Bennett explain how old-school mandates that stifle teacher autonomy can destroy school and work place culture. Hack Learning creator Mark Barnes rants about outdated leadership practices and challenges leaders to trust the people they hire to do the job the best way they know how. This is Hacking School Culture.

May 07 2016

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Rank #3: 3 Ways to Improve Teaching and Learning Tomorrow

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Mark Barnes shares the evolution of the Hack Learning model and says it's time to reframe your thinking and to change your attitude about problem-solving in education and in life. It's time for right now solutions. Here are three examples of solve-today-implement-tomorrow strategies that are sure to improve teaching and learning in your class, at your school, and at home. Learn more at http://hacklearningpodcast.com. Tweet your thoughts to #HackLearning on Twitter.

Jun 22 2016

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Rank #4: Hack Learning 101: How Self-Evaluation Changes Practice

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In an under two minute hack, Mark Barnes is joined by Missouri principal and globally connected educator Naomi Austin, who shares her story of change. After some serious reflection and self-evaluation, Austin decided that her assessments were not not efficiently assessing her students. This epiphany led Austin and a colleague to drastically change their practice and Austin's mindset about traditional grades. Learn how Self-Evaluation Changes Practice in about 101 seconds.

May 26 2016

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Rank #5: Hack Learning 101: The Power of Periscope

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Hack Learning creator Mark Barnes, one of education's top social media and digital learning experts, explains the power of Periscope. Mark provides four simple steps to help you get started with the live streaming video tool in 101 seconds or less. Listen to this brief episode and start sharing your message with the world, using Periscope today. This is Hack Learning 101: The Power of Periscope.

May 19 2016

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Rank #6: Hack Learning 101: Breaking Down the Walls

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In another brief Hack Learning 101, Mark Barnes provides a quick tip for looking inside the lives of educators and schools, using Periscope live streaming video. Mark also explains how to break down the walls of teaching and learning with monthly PassTheScopeEDU events--live streaming videos from more than a dozen educators, opening the doors to their classrooms and homes, in order to reveal exactly how they teach and learn. This is Hack Learning 101.

May 12 2016

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Rank #7: 81: How to be the Best Teacher Every Day

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In Episode 81 of the Hack Learning Podcast, Mark Barnes shares a heartfelt story from author James Sturtevant about being the best teacher you can be, taken from the conclusion of the new book, Hack Learning Anthology: Innovative Solutions for Teachers and Leaders. Read Sturtevant's story and learn more about being your best on the show notes page at http://hacklearning.org/bestteacher.
For all the Hack Learning episodes, visit us at http://hacklearningpodcast.com.
Look for the new Hack Learning Anthology on Amazon.

Jan 26 2017

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Rank #8: 143: Coping with the criminals in your classroom - Uncut

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Disruptive students are criminals who must be put out of your classroom. So says one educator, who Mark Barnes is taking to task, in this uncut episode that comes with this disclaimer: Beware, Mark is angry, and one misguided teacher is going to hear about it. Of course, if you listen past the rant, you'll learn how to keep your "criminals" in class and teach them empathy and the kind of behavior choices that will make them successful in school and in life.

Learn more about the hacks in this episode in Hacking School Discipline, at http://times10library.com

Subscribe and listen to more at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

May 08 2019

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Rank #9: How to Make Kids Love Math with Gerald Aungst- EP 53

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Gerald Aungst, author of 5 Principles of the Modern Mathematics Classroom: Creating a Culture of Innovative Thinking, knows how to turn math haters into math lovers. In Episode 53 of the Hack Learning Podcast Aungst explains how he learned to inspire inquiry and conjecture in kids by creating unique situations where "something doesn't make sense or is not immediately obvious."

Math teachers inspire curiosity in students by immersing them in a problem, Aungst says. Rather than handing them the correct formula and a worksheet, the teacher's job is to ask questions the lead to collaboration and conjecture. Questions like: "What can you figure out? What can you notice here?"

When this strategy is employed, students often solve the problem with little or no teacher intervention, according to the author, and then even math haters begin to love math. Learn how to make kids love math from author/expert Gerald Aungst.

For details and a link to Aungst' book, visit the show notes at http://hacklearningpodcast.com.

Jul 27 2016

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Rank #10: Hacking Engagement with James Sturtevant

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Author James Sturtevant and I talk Hack Learning and student engagement.

Jul 29 2016

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Rank #11: Hacking Master Teachers: 3 Habits of the Greats

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Why do students love some classes and hate others? What makes a certain teacher every kid's favorite? How do master teachers become so great? The answer is simple: Master teachers have daily habits that make them great teachers and learners. In Hack Learning Podcast Episode 58, Mark Barnes shares 3 powerful and simple things great teachers do. These 3 habits are part of the 10 Habits of Master Teachers presentation. Learn more at http://masterteacherhabits.com.

Aug 24 2016

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Rank #12: 63: Hacking School Discipline: How to Throw Out Detention and Other Lame Punishments

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Mark Barnes explains how one Baltimore school repurposed and rebranded its detention room, turning it into a Mindful Moment Room, dramatically impacting schoolwide student behavior and almost magically making suspensions disappear. In Episode 63 of the Hack Learning Podcast, Mark explains how meditation, specifically mindfulness, calms students and helps them focus less on chaos and more on learning.

In the What You Can Do Tomorrow segment, Mark explains how to learn practical meditation techniques, recommends powerful resources, and shares his own experience with meditation, which reduced anxiety and helped this veteran educator better cope with his own student behavior issues.

For more about mindfulness and meditation resources, visit Episode 63 at http://hacklearningpodcast.com.

This is Hacking School Discipline.

Check out our sponsor, Kiddom, and learn how to empower your students for free. Visit http://kiddom.co/hacklearning

Sep 27 2016

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Rank #13: 142: It's time to kick the IDK bucket

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In this excerpt from Hacking Questions, we learn how to set ourselves up to kick the IDK bucket by identifying the root cause for the “I don’t know” response. You see, we cannot assume that IDK means the student really does not know something.

Read this Hack from Hack Learning Book 23 at http://hacklearning.org/IDKbucket

Browse books at http://times10library.com
Listen to more at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Apr 22 2019

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Rank #14: 82: How to Improve Reading with the 80/20 Analysis

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Hacking Literacy author Gerard Dawson wonders, Why are required texts often so inaccessible? These texts are often not modern. They may take place in a different historical, geographical or cultural setting than the setting of your classroom. They are often written at a reading level that may far exceed that of your students, and the experiences of the characters may not immediately appear to be relevant to your students’ lives.
With all that working against us, we still can make required texts work for our students. But, it takes a hack -- the 80/20 analysis.
Learn how to employ this cool strategy to engage even your most reluctant readers.
Also, learn 5 Ways to Turn Any Classroom Into a Culture of Readers at http://hackingliteracy.com.
Check out all our episodes at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Feb 03 2017

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Rank #15: 116: The Stupidest School Policy Ever - Hack Learning Uncut

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Mark Barnes says he used to penalize kids for insignificant things like using a pencil or putting their names in the wrong spot (a bad practice he now admits). But failing a kid for not printing a Google Doc? Mark argues that this is the stupidest school policy ever. He explains why and how this needs to be hacked ... immediately, while providing a few hacks from numerous Hack Learning experts.

Check out the books referenced in this episode at http://hacklearningbooks.com

Browse the podcast archive at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Apr 24 2018

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Rank #16: 115: The worst thing you can do to your students - Hack Learning Uncut

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Mark shares the worst thing he did to his students and how you may be doing the same thing right now. Then, he provides one simple hack to avoid doing it again.

View the archive at http://hacklearningpodcast.com
Browse books at http://hacklearningbooks.com

Apr 16 2018

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Rank #17: Hack Learning 101: Twitter Hashtags

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In this 101 session, Mark Barnes explains the power of Twitter hashtags for creating your own tribe of like-minded teachers and learners. Mark, whose tweets reach more than 3 million newsfeeds monthly, explains how you can create any hashtag you like on any subject of interest and find people who will tweet their thoughts and resources about the topic daily. Soon, you'll have your own expert tribe that you can learn from 24/7. Hack Learning 101 appears in your Hack Learning Podcast feed every Thursday, teaching you one amazing resource or skill in about 101 seconds.

Apr 28 2016

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Rank #18: 108: How to be the teacher they make movies about, with Mike Roberts

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Mark interviews Utah English Teacher of the Year Mike Roberts, author of Hacking Classroom Management: 10 Ideas To Help You Become the Type of Teacher They Make Movies About.

Learn more about Roberts and the Movie Teacher approach at http://hacklearning.org/movieteacher

Check out all Hack Learning Series books at http://hacklearningbooks.com

Dec 14 2017

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Rank #19: 138: How one restorative practice turned a troublemaker into a school leader

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Mark shares a story from Hacking School Discipline, about Amarra, a troublemaker that many teachers might have given up on. Instead of quitting on her, though, her teachers instilled a growth mindset in Amarra, and a once troubled young lady became a school leader and student mentor.

Learn more about Amarra and creating a growth mindset in Hack Learning book number 22, Hacking School Discipline. It's on Amazon now.

Subscribe to the podcast at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Browse the library at http://hacklearningbooks.com

Apr 01 2019

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Rank #20: 94: Better presenting for teachers and students with James Sturtevant

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Engagement guru James Alan Sturtevant joins Mark to discuss better presenting for teachers and students and his latest book, Hacking Engagement Again: 50 Teacher Tools That Will Make Students Love Your Class.

Sturtevant, host of the Hacking Engagement Podcast, shares some of his best engagement tools and strategies for being the Sage on the Stage (yes, it's okay when done right), but not boring students, and for eliminating those awful student-presentation days that most teachers (and students) hate.

Sturtevant shares EdPuzzle and other cool EdTech tools and a couple of tricks for engagement that don't require any technology.

You'll love Sturtevant's style. As he says, Buckle up ... you're going to love this episode.

Bonus: For a free preview of Hacking Engagement Again, visit http://hacklearningpodcast.com and click the Episode 94 link.

Or buy the book now at http://HackingEngagementAgain.com.

Jul 26 2017

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148: How to connect with introverts

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James had what appeared to be some major problems. How did his teacher connect with this introverted student? You'll be amazed at how simple it was.

For more on connecting with introverted students, look inside Quiet Kids Count: Unleashing the True Potential of Introverts, on Amazon

Visit the Hack Learning Podcast archive at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Oct 14 2019

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147 - Understanding your quiet kids

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Teacher, author, keynote speaker Chrissy Romano Arrabito was the student who always raised her hand first, always had the answer, was eager to share, was well-behaved, and made good grades. She was, from any teacher's perspective, a well-adjusted child. Little did most, if any, of her teachers realize, Chrissy was a quiet kid--an introvert. She struggled with her emotions constantly. How did her teachers miss this? Are you misunderstanding your own quiet kids? Learn more about introverts and one easy strategy for helping them cope, in this episode of the Hack Learning Podcast.

Read the introduction to Quiet Kids Count at http://hacklearning.org/quietkids

Learn about Chrissy's new book, Quiet Kids Count, at http://weleadforward.com

Listen to more Hack Learning episodes at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Oct 07 2019

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146: The Lead Forward Mission

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Encourage, evolve, empower. Mentor, move, motivate. Create, innovate, elevate. Always be listening. Always be learning.

These are the qualities of someone who leads forward. They’re not just my words or those of the educators who write leadership books. The words belong to teachers, principals, parents, superintendents, and other education shareholders. Perhaps they are your words, too.

Listen to the rest of this Foreword from the new Lead Forward Series, by Hack Learning Pod host Mark Barnes.

Read the the rest at http://hacklearning.org/LFmission

Browse our shelves at http://times10library.com

Jul 08 2019

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145: Impactful leadership and the backwards bicycle

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Why is impactful leadership like riding a backwards bicycle? It's actually quite simple, says award-winning school principal, presenter, and author of Be Excellent on Purpose, Sanée Bell. EduHacker Mark Barnes shares an excerpt from a conversation with Sanée about ownership over buy-in, empowering shareholders to reflect and create plans for success and other strategies for re-learning how to ride your bike and how to Be Excellent on Purpose.

For details about the Lead Forward Series and how to Be Excellent on Purpose, visit http://weleadforward.com.

Read all of the Hack Learning Series and other books from Times 10 Publications at http://times10library.com

Jun 10 2019

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144: How to be a pinball wizard and spark mind-blowing conversation

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Want amazing, even mind-blowing, conversation in your classroom? Throw out your ping pong questions, and become a pinball wizard. Mark shares--and SINGS--this powerful strategy from Hacking Questions, by Connie Hamilton. Listen now and learn the wizardry that can turn your students into discussion gurus.

For more from Hacking Qs, visit http://times10library.com

For more from the Pod, visit http://hacklearningpodcast.com

May 20 2019

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143: Coping with the criminals in your classroom - Uncut

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Disruptive students are criminals who must be put out of your classroom. So says one educator, who Mark Barnes is taking to task, in this uncut episode that comes with this disclaimer: Beware, Mark is angry, and one misguided teacher is going to hear about it. Of course, if you listen past the rant, you'll learn how to keep your "criminals" in class and teach them empathy and the kind of behavior choices that will make them successful in school and in life.

Learn more about the hacks in this episode in Hacking School Discipline, at http://times10library.com

Subscribe and listen to more at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

May 08 2019

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142: It's time to kick the IDK bucket

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In this excerpt from Hacking Questions, we learn how to set ourselves up to kick the IDK bucket by identifying the root cause for the “I don’t know” response. You see, we cannot assume that IDK means the student really does not know something.

Read this Hack from Hack Learning Book 23 at http://hacklearning.org/IDKbucket

Browse books at http://times10library.com
Listen to more at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Apr 22 2019

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141: If you can't teach empathy, you can't teach anything -- Hack Learning Uncut

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People said they don't have time to teach empathy, compassion, and self-awareness. Mark Barnes responds, and you may be surprised at what he says. At first, you might say, "That's not Hack Learning." But if you listen till the end, you might agree that this attitude is what Hack Learning is founded on.

Apr 18 2019

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140: Take a breath, change your behavior, and model empathy for kids

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Hack Learning host Mark Barnes lost his temper recently. If only he had taken his own advice, which he shares in this episode, things might have been different.

What's this earth-shattering advice? Three words: Take a breath!

Sounds easy, right? It's not so simple, and in order to make it work, you have to be intentional about that purposeful pause. Take a few minutes, listen, and learn how to PLAN your breaths, change your own behavior, be a better professional and person, and model empathy for colleagues and for kids.

This might be the hackiest Hack ever, and it might change your life.

Learn more in Hacking School Discipline and other books that include mindfulness strategies at http://times10library.com

Subscribe to the pod at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Apr 15 2019

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139: Are Teachers Doing Enough for Generation Alpha?

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Are you teaching Generation Alpha with Baby Boomer content? Educators are faced with new challenges from the generation that may live into the 22nd century. How can teachers cope? Mark shares what Michael Fisher and Elizabeth Fisher, authors of Hacking Instructional Design, say about planning for the future, so we can better meet the needs of Gen Alpha.

Read this excerpt from the book at http://hacklearning.org/alpha
Browse all books at http://hacklearningbooks.com
Visit the podcast archive at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Apr 08 2019

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138: How one restorative practice turned a troublemaker into a school leader

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Mark shares a story from Hacking School Discipline, about Amarra, a troublemaker that many teachers might have given up on. Instead of quitting on her, though, her teachers instilled a growth mindset in Amarra, and a once troubled young lady became a school leader and student mentor.

Learn more about Amarra and creating a growth mindset in Hack Learning book number 22, Hacking School Discipline. It's on Amazon now.

Subscribe to the podcast at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Browse the library at http://hacklearningbooks.com

Apr 01 2019

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137: Throw out your office referral; circle up instead

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Handing out office referrals like candy to students who misbehave is like sending kids away from learning for a brief holiday, and Mark Barnes says, "It's time to throw out your office referral." Mark shares a powerful, simple hack from Hacking School Discipline, that will help teachers and school leaders change behavior, while keeping kids in class as valuable members of the learning community.

Read an excerpt and learn one of 9 ways to create a culture of empathy and responsibility using restorative justice: http://hacklearning.org/circleup

For more episodes, visit http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Mar 26 2019

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136: How teachers and runners chase greatness

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Running a marathon seems crazy to Mark Barnes. Teaching is often crazier. But being both marathon runner and teacher is unfathomable. Still, these unique individuals are littered across race courses and classrooms worldwide. And, what Mark has learned, from teacher and marathon runner Mike Roberts, is that these seemingly crazy people will never stop Chasing Greatness.

Listen to an excerpt from Roberts' new book, Chasing Greatness: 26.2 Ways Teaching Is Like Running a Marathon.

Look inside the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Greatness-Teaching-Running-Marathon/dp/1948212129/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=chasing+greatness&qid=1551291347&s=gateway&sr=8-3

Visit us at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Show notes for this episode are at http://hacklearning.org/greatness

Feb 27 2019

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135: The Best and Brightest Teachers

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Florida is considering bonus pay for the "best and brightest teachers," but who are they? According to one plan, they are the teachers whose students perform well on standardized tests. This is a flawed system, for many reasons. Is there a better way to identify the "best and brightest?" Mark Barnes went to the Hack Learning audience for answers. If you think bonus pay for educators is a good idea, forget test scores, and consider this hacky plan instead.

Subscribe and rate the show at http://hacklearningpodcast.com
Visit our library at http://hacklearningbooks.com

Feb 12 2019

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134: How Social Media Perception May Forever Impact Our Kids

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Mark Barnes is Uncut again, and he's wondering if teachers and parents hurt kids by NOT teaching them about perception, when it comes to social media. He recalls a Washington DC protest video going viral, and the perceptions people had about the kids in the video. Mark shares excerpts from Hacking Digital Learning Strategies, by Shelly Terrell, that explain how to help kids identify and understand fake news and the perceptions it creates. He shares some simple hacks adults can use to teach kids about perception and help them avoid damaging their futures.

Look inside Hacking Digital Learning Strategies at http://hacklearningbooks.com

Subscribe to the show at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Feb 05 2019

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133: It's time to allow the F Word in your classroom

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When someone asks how your day was, do you say, “It was very satisfying?” Do you exit a roller coaster and exclaim, “That was a very satisfying ride?” When you last dined at a 5-star restaurant, did you tell the server that you just couldn’t wait for a satisfactory meal?

Hopefully, you answered no to all of these questions. Hopefully, your day, your roller coaster ride, and your fine dining where much more. Mark explains the danger of "satisfying" experiences, especially when they dominate school.

He says, you need the F Word.

For show notes, visit http://hacklearning.org/fword

Browse our library at http://hacklearningbooks.com

Jan 15 2019

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132: Hacking School Policies That Harm Kids

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Mark Barnes shares a story about a school district that makes students wear color-coded badges that label them as potential failures. We need better leadership in 2019, Barnes says, and we need to hack these policies that harm our students. Mark shares a hack from Hacking Leadership that supplies some what-you-can-do-tomorrow strategies for creating a school culture that embraces the opinions of all shareholders, helping leaders avoid mistakes like this badge fiasco.

All episodes can be found at http://hacklearningpodcast.com
Find Hacking Leadership at http://hacklearningbooks.com

Jan 08 2019

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131: The questions all teachers should ask themselves - Uncut

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Mark Barnes shares some tough questions that, he says, all teachers should ask themselves. Are you ready to answer them?

Browse the Hack Learning library at http://hacklearningbooks.com
Subscribe to the show at http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Dec 04 2018

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130: How to Create Mental Velcro in Your Classroom

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Mark Barnes shares Hack 7 from the new Hacking Instructional Design, in which the authors explain how to use mental velcro--must one of 33 extraordinary ways to create a contemporary curriculum.

Grab the authors' 61-page free resource at http://hacklearning.org/design
Listen to more Hack Learning episodes at http://HackLearningPodcast.com

Nov 29 2018

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129: How Experiential Learning Inspires Compassionate Learners

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Teachers and school leaders want compassion in their classrooms and schools. Mark Barnes explains how Experiential Learning inspires compassion in students, with plenty of help from Hacking School Culture: Designing Compassionate Classrooms, by Angela Stockman and Ellen Feig Gray.

Find Hacking School Culture and the entire Hack Learning Series at http://hacklearningbooks.com
For more podcast episodes, visit http://hacklearningpodcast.com

Nov 13 2018

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iTunes Ratings

56 Ratings
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Ads???

By Amy HK - May 21 2019
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I’m down with this podcast but as of episode 144 there are random ads for non educational things. Right smack in the middle of 144 there was an ad for google pixel. Super annoying.

Real commentary and advice

By Gueritamom - Sep 04 2017
Read more
Thanks for this shot in the arm podcast. Topics are always relevant and give encouragement to try new things and think critically about what we're doing in our 21st century classrooms.