Rank #1: 81: How to be the Best Teacher Every Day
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Jan 26 2017
Rank #2: 3 Ways to Improve Teaching and Learning Tomorrow
Jun 22 2016
Rank #3: 148: How to connect with introverts
For more on connecting with introverted students, look inside Quiet Kids Count: Unleashing the True Potential of Introverts, on Amazon
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Oct 14 2019
Rank #4: Hacking Classroom Management
Mar 20 2016
Rank #5: How to Make Kids Love Math with Gerald Aungst- EP 53
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
Rank #6: Hacking Engagement with James Sturtevant
Jul 29 2016
Rank #7: Hacking Master Teachers: 3 Habits of the Greats
Aug 24 2016
Rank #8: 63: Hacking School Discipline: How to Throw Out Detention and Other Lame Punishments
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.
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Sep 27 2016
Rank #9: Hacking Inquiry Based Learning
Apr 02 2016
Rank #10: 142: It's time to kick the IDK bucket
Read this Hack from Hack Learning Book 23 at http://hacklearning.org/IDKbucket
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Apr 22 2019
Rank #11: 94: Better presenting for teachers and students with James Sturtevant
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
Rank #12: 90: Toni's Template for Engaging Reluctant Learners
Toni taught some of Cleveland's most reluctant learners and developed a simple, hacky template for engaging even the most reluctant, and sometimes beligerant, students.
Mark shares this amazing template, while providing a sneak peek into another Hack Learning Series book.
See Toni's Template at http://hacklearning.org/reluctantlearners
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Jun 14 2017
Rank #13: 137: Throw out your office referral; circle up instead
Read an excerpt and learn one of 9 ways to create a culture of empathy and responsibility using restorative justice: http://hacklearning.org/circleup
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Mar 26 2019
Rank #14: 116: The Stupidest School Policy Ever - Hack Learning Uncut
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Apr 24 2018
Rank #15: How Kindle Instant Preview Rescues Reluctant Readers
Jun 29 2016
Rank #16: 101: Teacher Dress Unraveled - Hack Learning Uncut
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Sep 18 2017
Rank #17: Hacking the Pineapple
Feb 15 2016
Rank #18: 95: Damn right, your students should like you - Hack Learning Uncut
Find out why students must like you as a teacher and learn Mark's keys to making this happen this school year.
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Learn to engage all learners with the new Hacking Engagement Again. Find it at http://hackingengagementagain.com
Aug 01 2017
Rank #19: 110: Why grading and evaluating are not parts of effective assessment
Check out an excerpt from the article, No, Students Don't Need Grades, on our show notes page here: http://hacklearning.org/10bigideas
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Jan 18 2018
Rank #20: Hacking Old School
Feb 16 2016