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Rank #1: Episode 032 – Terry Greene

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This week Ken chats with Terry Greene. We have collaborated together and met via Virtually Connecting a few years back.

I have had the pleasure to hang out with my fellow Canadian and Edmonton Oilers fan at the past three #OpenEd conferences (2016, 2017 and 2018).

This is a special edition of the podcast as it will also be released as an episode his of “Gettin’ Air” podcast. I have listened to every episode (yet, I am a completionist) and I highly recommend that you do too!

Terry is a leader in the Open Education community and I am so glad to collaborate with him. As Terry pointed out on Twitter: Some of the topics we cover include: hockey tacos @VConnecting @openedconf @ds106dc @ontarioextend @askthefln and all stops in between.

If you would like to support The Flipped Learning Network which is a not-for-profit, we have added a full selection below.

This episode was recorded on May 10, 2019.

About our Guest

Note: taken from a story at StoryEngine on Terry.
 
Terry Greene is a Program Manager at eCampusOntario, on secondment from Fleming College, where he is a Learning Technology Specialist. He holds a B.Ed. in Elementary Education from the University of Alberta and a M.Sc. in Instructional Design & Technology from the University of North Dakota. He is interested in both the cutting and trailing edges of uses for technology in education. Especially those that increase the human element in technology-enabled learning. Hint, hint, those are probably the more open ones.
 
Connect with Terry at https://learningnuggets.ca/  via Twitter @greeneterry.

Questions

We did not address any questions from the community but we welcome more questions to add to our program. When sending a question, comment or reply, please include the episode number in the subject and/or body of your message as well as any contact information such as Twitter handle that you would like us to include. We will include your name in the text and audio unless you request otherwise.

Links from the Show

Note that the Flipped Learning Network is a non-profit and we use an Amazon Affiliate link in our URLs to Amazon.com resources. This costs nothing extra to you if you follow that link but any purchases after clicking through that link (even those not related to that link) generate a small amount of revenue for the FLN.

Support the Show and the FLN

The Flipped Learning Network is a not-for-profit organization and runs on a small budget. Our costs are indeed low (web hosting, some legal and financial fees and paying for the support of a wonder community manager Kelly Walsh) and we are run by volunteers. If you would like to support the FLN, please contact us via any of the following options:

  • We have a Patreon Page where you can become a monthly patron for as low as USD$1 per month.
  • If you would like to make a one time donation, that is always an option via cheque sent to our offices or a donation via PayPal. Just ask us.
  • If you make purchases at Amazon, you can follow our affiliate link to make any purchases on their site. This costs you nothing but a small percentage of your purchase goes to us at the Flipped Learning Network. This is for the USA based store but it may be possible to arrange setting up “shop” on other Amazon worldwide sites.
  • If you are interested in the “Flipped Learning Certified Level-1” (in English or Spanish) certifications from the Flipped Learning Global Initiative, please follow our affiliate link to sign up.
  • See our “How to Support the FLN” page for more details including a link to our Sponsorship page where you can be listed as a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum sponsor.
  • Our main contact page on the website.

Transcript

I’ve been personally negligent in not pursuing an option to improve accessibility with transcripts of the show. I see the work that Bonni Stachowiak has done with her “Teaching in Higher Ed” podcast as well as the work of Deepak Shenoy on his podcast “Open Education Rising”. The trick here is cost and I don’t know the solution just yet. Producing about 90 minutes of podcasts per month would require about USD$100 per month. We would love to have a sponsor for that or perhaps link that as one of our goals on our Patreon Page.

Podcasters and Guests

We now have a stable crew of two podcast hosts with Matthew Moore and myself Ken Bauer alternating episodes. Lately Matthew has been busy with his own podcast “The Teachers Lounge” which is also hosted here at the Flipped Learning Network. You should check out that podcast as well. I hope to personally keep a bi-weekly schedule going forward.

If you would like to join us as a guest on the podcast or would like to suggest someone to be a guest, please contact either Matthew or myself via Twitter.

I would also like to remind everyone that anyone contributing to the community that is the Flipped Learning Network actually *is* part of the Flipped Learning Network. We are a community and grow together by pooling our resources. See how you can contribute to this community through contributing blog posts, joining us on this podcast as well as participating in our Slack community.

Ken’s Take

My choice of quotes from the conversation that particularly resonated with me.

On engaging stakeholders:

“I think there is nothing more important than gaining trust. That can start with administrators, with your principal, that can start with parents.”

Part of the discussion of how to avoid reactions such as

“Oh, the kid needs to do all the learning at home now because they are watching the video”

Music Credit

The music (titled Aloft) clip at the start and end of the podcast is copyright by Kelly Walsh and used with permission.

Podcast Logo Credit

The image of a microphone used in the logo for our podcast is courtesy of Eric Harvey.

Featured Image Credit

“Humans of the Commons at the Creative Commons Global Summit 2018” flickr photo by Sebastiaan ter Burg https://flickr.com/photos/ter-burg/26576615977 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license

Jun 20 2019
52 mins
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Rank #2: Episode 030 – Karen Costa

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This week Ken chats with Karen Costa and we talk about student success, wellness, rephrasing “I hope that helped”, seeing students (and teachers) as humans first, her work with brain-based teaching and studies in neuroscience and education, faculty success, rewinding cassette tapes and her upcoming book from Stylus “101 Tips for Creating Simple and Sustainable Educational Videos“.

Karen also shared a promo code for her upcoming book, check the “Links from the show” below for details.

If you would like to support The Flipped Learning Network which is a not-for-profit, we have added a full selection below.

About our Guest

Karen Costa has over 15 years of higher education experience and formerly served as the Director of Student Success at Mount Wachusett Community College. Karen is currently an adjunct faculty member teaching college success strategies and research skills to online students at multiple institutions. She is also involved in various faculty development initiatives including as a facilitator for Faculty Guild. Karen is a staff writer for Women in Higher Education. Her writing has also appeared in Inside Higher EducationThe Philadelphia InquirerOn Being, and Faculty Focus. Her forthcoming book, 101 Tips for Creating Simple and Sustainable Educational Videos will be published by Stylus Publishing in 2020.

Karen graduated with honors from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She holds a Master of Education in Higher Education from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Leadership from Northeastern University. A proud lifelong learner, Karen will complete her Certificate in Neuroscience, Learning, and Online Instruction from Drexel University in 2020. Karen is also a certified yoga teacher and Level 1 Yoga for Arthritis teacher. She lives in Massachusetts with her family.    Connect with Karen at www.karencostawriter.com or via Twitter @KarenRayCosta.

Questions

We did not address any questions from the community but we welcome more questions to add to our program. When sending a question, comment or reply, please include the episode number in the subject and/or body of your message as well as any contact information such as Twitter handle that you would like us to include. We will include your name in the text and audio unless you request otherwise.

Links from the Show

Note that the Flipped Learning Network is a non-profit and we use an Amazon Affiliate link in our URLs to Amazon.com resources. This costs nothing extra to you if you follow that link but any purchases after clicking through that link (even those not related to that link) generate a small amount of revenue for the FLN.

Support the Show and the FLN

The Flipped Learning Network is a not-for-profit organization and runs on a small budget. Our costs are indeed low (web hosting, some legal and financial fees and paying for the support of a wonder community manager Kelly Walsh) and we are run by volunteers. If you would like to support the FLN, please contact us via any of the following options:

  • We have a Patreon Page where you can become a monthly patron for as low as USD$1 per month.
  • If you would like to make a one time donation, that is always an option via cheque sent to our offices or a donation via PayPal. Just ask us.
  • If you make purchases at Amazon, you can follow our affiliate link to make any purchases on their site. This costs you nothing but a small percentage of your purchase goes to us at the Flipped Learning Network. This is for the USA based store but it may be possible to arrange setting up “shop” on other Amazon worldwide sites.
  • If you are interested in the “Flipped Learning Certified Level-1” (in English or Spanish) certifications from the Flipped Learning Global Initiative, please follow our affiliate link to sign up.
  • See our “How to Support the FLN” page for more details including a link to our Sponsorship page where you can be listed as a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum sponsor.
  • Our main contact page on the website.

Transcript

I’ve been personally negligent in not pursuing an option to improve accessibility with transcripts of the show. I see the work that Bonni Stachowiak has done with her “Teaching in Higher Ed” podcast as well as the work of Deepak Shenoy on his podcast “Open Education Rising”. The trick here is cost and I don’t know the solution just yet. Producing about 90 minutes of podcasts per month would require about USD$100 per month. We would love to have a sponsor for that or perhaps link that as one of our goals on our Patreon Page.

Podcasters and Guests

We now have a stable crew of two podcast hosts with Matthew Moore and myself Ken Bauer alternating episodes. Lately Matthew has been busy with his own podcast “The Teachers Lounge” which is also hosted here at the Flipped Learning Network. You should check out that podcast as well. I hope to personally keep a bi-weekly schedule going forward.

If you would like to join us as a guest on the podcast or would like to suggest someone to be a guest, please contact either Matthew or myself via Twitter.

I would also like to remind everyone that anyone contributing to the community that is the Flipped Learning Network actually *is* part of the Flipped Learning Network. We are a community and grow together by pooling our resources. See how you can contribute to this community through contributing blog posts, joining us on this podcast as well as participating in our Slack community.

Ken’s Take

Karen talks about the stigma of help seeking and breaking that down. She talks about how “I hope that helped” should be replaced with “Let me know the resolution of this” or “Did that help? Let me know.” which I think is so key to our role as educators.  Karen went on to talk about how she tells students “This isn’t just my job, I like helping people so if you ask me for help you make me happier!”

Music Credit

The music (titled Aloft) clip at the start and end of the podcast is copyright by Kelly Walsh and used with permission.

Podcast Logo Credit

The image of a microphone used in the logo for our podcast is courtesy of Eric Harvey.

Featured Image Credit

Head shot provided by Karen Costa, all rights reserved.

Jun 05 2019
46 mins
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Rank #3: Episode 034 – Chris Gilliard

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(edit: I noticed this was titled episode 33, it is in fact 34. Leaving permalink the same to not break things)

This week Ken chats with Chris Gilliard, known to many as @hypervisible on Twitter. I met Chris through Virtually Connecting (a common theme in these upcoming episodes) and admire and deeply respect his work in the area of data privacy, surveillance and digital redlining. Last semester I was pulling much of his work to include in my course titled Smart Citizens (originally Smart Cities and in the podcast recordingI was saying “Digital Citizens”).

We discuss his work and the bulk of the conversation was myself picking Chris’s brain and his many years of teaching online (over 20 years) to quiz him on how to connect with our students online. I will have my first experience later this year in a fully online mode of teaching at the Tecnológico de Monterrey.

I also have to state here that Chris’s laugh is wonderful! This was a really engaging conversation for myself and I thank him for his time recording this episode.

If you would like to support The Flipped Learning Network which is a not-for-profit, we have added a full selection below. This episode was recorded on May 28, 2019.

About our Guest

Chris Gilliard is a Professor of English at Macomb Community College. His scholarship concentrates on privacy, institutional tech policy, digital redlining, and the re-inventions of discriminatory practices through data mining and algorithmic decision-making, especially as these apply to college students.
 
Note: taken from his speaker profile at DPL 2018.

Questions

We did not address any questions from the community but we welcome more questions to add to our program. When sending a question, comment or reply, please include the episode number in the subject and/or body of your message as well as any contact information such as Twitter handle that you would like us to include. We will include your name in the text and audio unless you request otherwise.

Links from the Show

Note that the Flipped Learning Network is a non-profit and we use an Amazon Affiliate link in our URLs to Amazon.com resources. This costs nothing extra to you if you follow that link but any purchases after clicking through that link (even those not related to that link) generate a small amount of revenue for the FLN.

Support the Show and the FLN

The Flipped Learning Network is a not-for-profit organization and runs on a small budget. Our costs are indeed low (web hosting, some legal and financial fees and paying for the support of a wonder community manager Kelly Walsh) and we are run by volunteers. If you would like to support the FLN, please contact us via any of the following options:

  • We have a Patreon Page where you can become a monthly patron for as low as USD$1 per month.
  • If you would like to make a one time donation, that is always an option via cheque sent to our offices or a donation via PayPal. Just ask us.
  • If you make purchases at Amazon, you can follow our affiliate link to make any purchases on their site. This costs you nothing but a small percentage of your purchase goes to us at the Flipped Learning Network. This is for the USA based store but it may be possible to arrange setting up “shop” on other Amazon worldwide sites.
  • If you are interested in the “Flipped Learning Certified Level-1” (in English or Spanish) certifications from the Flipped Learning Global Initiative, please follow our affiliate link to sign up.
  • See our “How to Support the FLN” page for more details including a link to our Sponsorship page where you can be listed as a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum sponsor.
  • Our main contact page on the website.

Transcript

I’ve been personally negligent in not pursuing an option to improve accessibility with transcripts of the show. I see the work that Bonni Stachowiak has done with her “Teaching in Higher Ed” podcast as well as the work of Deepak Shenoy on his podcast “Open Education Rising”. The trick here is cost and I don’t know the solution just yet. Producing about 90 minutes of podcasts per month would require about USD$100 per month. We would love to have a sponsor for that or perhaps link that as one of our goals on our Patreon Page.

Podcasters and Guests

We now have a stable crew of two podcast hosts with Matthew Moore and myself Ken Bauer alternating episodes. Lately Matthew has been busy with his own podcast “The Teachers Lounge” which is also hosted here at the Flipped Learning Network. You should check out that podcast as well. I hope to personally keep a bi-weekly schedule going forward.

If you would like to join us as a guest on the podcast or would like to suggest someone to be a guest, please contact either Matthew or myself via Twitter.

I would also like to remind everyone that anyone contributing to the community that is the Flipped Learning Network actually *is* part of the Flipped Learning Network. We are a community and grow together by pooling our resources. See how you can contribute to this community through contributing blog posts, joining us on this podcast as well as participating in our Slack community.

Ken’s Take

My choice of quotes from the conversation that particularly resonated with me.

On how we often as educators assume that our students are all connected and can access our LMS or other digital tools:

“The myth of access is much more powerful than the reality when we are talking about internet, in broadband, and even technology for like who has a smartphone and how to they use it and what´s it for.”

After my story of when I consumed all of my dataplan (downloading all episodes of Gettin’ Air using my plan) which led to my two week experience of what it is like to live without cellphone data and constantly in search of WiFi:

“Right, and that precarious position is something that lots of people find themselves in all the time. Often again, students are sharing their data plans with family members; lots of them don’t have tablets or laptops, so they are required to do everything on that device [cellphone].”

On whether our students really care about their privacy (a common phrase we see and here in writing):

“So, you’ve touched upon (and I am sure you probably did this intentionally) an exposed nerve. So yes they do. I can’t speak across the board but the idea that students don’t care about these things is a again a myth perpetuated by the people who want students not to care and want us not to care.”

“But the other thing is, that’s an easy out for some laziness and bad practices (or malice in some cases to be honest) on the part of teachers and administrators and institutions.”

Music Credit

The music (titled Aloft) clip at the start and end of the podcast is copyright by Kelly Walsh and used with permission.

Podcast Logo Credit

The image of a microphone used in the logo for our podcast is courtesy of Eric Harvey.

Featured Image Credit

Photo of Chris Gilliard, take from his speaker profile at DPL 2018.

Jul 04 2019
42 mins
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Rank #4: Episode 031 – Stacey Roshan

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Show Notes

This week Ken chats with Stacey Roshan and we talk about her new book “Tech with Heart“, her history as an educator, stakeholders in learning, trust in relationships, on the unattainable ideal of “the perfect student”, anorexia nervosa, failure as a piece of the learning process and so much more.

Stacey is a pioneer in the flipped learning community who started flipping her math class in 2010. I decided to dig into a particular chapter from her book: “The Perils of Perfectionism” and I am really glad that we went straight to that topic.

If you would like to support The Flipped Learning Network which is a not-for-profit, we have added a full selection below.

About our Guest

Stacey Roshan is Director of Innovation & Educational Technology at Bullis School and author of Tech with Heart: Leveraging Technology to Empower Student Voice, Ease Anxiety, & Create Compassionate Classrooms. She is passionate about bringing innovative tools into the classroom to create a safe learning environment for all students to find their voice and build confidence. Her work has been featured in USA Today, The Washington Post, CNN and PBS Newshour. She has also been named Teacher of the Future by NAIS. In addition to teaching high school students to love and understand math, Stacey works closely with faculty to design tech-infused lessons aimed at providing the optimal learning environment for all students.
  Connect with Stacey at https://techiemusings.com or via Twitter @buddyxo.  

Questions

We did not address any questions from the community but we welcome more questions to add to our program. When sending a question, comment or reply, please include the episode number in the subject and/or body of your message as well as any contact information such as Twitter handle that you would like us to include. We will include your name in the text and audio unless you request otherwise.

Links from the Show

Note that the Flipped Learning Network is a non-profit and we use an Amazon Affiliate link in our URLs to Amazon.com resources. This costs nothing extra to you if you follow that link but any purchases after clicking through that link (even those not related to that link) generate a small amount of revenue for the FLN.

Support the Show and the FLN

The Flipped Learning Network is a not-for-profit organization and runs on a small budget. Our costs are indeed low (web hosting, some legal and financial fees and paying for the support of a wonder community manager Kelly Walsh) and we are run by volunteers. If you would like to support the FLN, please contact us via any of the following options:

  • We have a Patreon Page where you can become a monthly patron for as low as USD$1 per month.
  • If you would like to make a one time donation, that is always an option via cheque sent to our offices or a donation via PayPal. Just ask us.
  • If you make purchases at Amazon, you can follow our affiliate link to make any purchases on their site. This costs you nothing but a small percentage of your purchase goes to us at the Flipped Learning Network. This is for the USA based store but it may be possible to arrange setting up “shop” on other Amazon worldwide sites.
  • If you are interested in the “Flipped Learning Certified Level-1” (in English or Spanish) certifications from the Flipped Learning Global Initiative, please follow our affiliate link to sign up.
  • See our “How to Support the FLN” page for more details including a link to our Sponsorship page where you can be listed as a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum sponsor.
  • Our main contact page on the website.

Transcript

I’ve been personally negligent in not pursuing an option to improve accessibility with transcripts of the show. I see the work that Bonni Stachowiak has done with her “Teaching in Higher Ed” podcast as well as the work of Deepak Shenoy on his podcast “Open Education Rising”. The trick here is cost and I don’t know the solution just yet. Producing about 90 minutes of podcasts per month would require about USD$100 per month. We would love to have a sponsor for that or perhaps link that as one of our goals on our Patreon Page.

Podcasters and Guests

We now have a stable crew of two podcast hosts with Matthew Moore and myself Ken Bauer alternating episodes. Lately Matthew has been busy with his own podcast “The Teachers Lounge” which is also hosted here at the Flipped Learning Network. You should check out that podcast as well. I hope to personally keep a bi-weekly schedule going forward.

If you would like to join us as a guest on the podcast or would like to suggest someone to be a guest, please contact either Matthew or myself via Twitter.

I would also like to remind everyone that anyone contributing to the community that is the Flipped Learning Network actually *is* part of the Flipped Learning Network. We are a community and grow together by pooling our resources. See how you can contribute to this community through contributing blog posts, joining us on this podcast as well as participating in our Slack community.

Ken’s Take

My choice of quotes from the conversation that particularly resonated with me.

On engaging stakeholders:

“I think there is nothing more important than gaining trust. That can start with administrators, with your principal, that can start with parents.”

Part of the discussion of how to avoid reactions such as

“Oh, the kid needs to do all the learning at home now because they are watching the video”

Music Credit

The music (titled Aloft) clip at the start and end of the podcast is copyright by Kelly Walsh and used with permission.

Podcast Logo Credit

The image of a microphone used in the logo for our podcast is courtesy of Eric Harvey.

Featured Image Credit

Photo provided by Stacey Roshan, all rights reserved.

Jun 13 2019
41 mins
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Rank #5: Episode 033 – Tom Driscoll

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Show Notes

This week Ken chats with Tom Driscoll, a pioneer and early leader in the Flipped Learning community.

When I first joined this #flipclass community (via Twitter and later attending FlipCon 2014, 2015 and 2016), Tom was so giving and helpful in his including me in that group. I appreciate that and hope to follow up on that graciousness in my interaction with the community.

If you would like to support The Flipped Learning Network which is a not-for-profit, we have added a full selection below.

This episode was recorded on May 23, 2019.

About our Guest

Note: taken from the bio on his website.

Tom Driscoll is the Digital Learning Director for the Bristol Warren Regional School District in Rhode Island. He has also joined the team at EdTechTeacher in 2017, providing schools, districts, and educational organizations a range of consulting and professional development services aimed at transforming teaching and learning with technology.

Previously, Tom taught high school social studies in Connecticut while also regularly speaking at conferences and consulting with school districts across the nation. He has also authored chapters for several books on instructional technology including “Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement” and “Flipping 2.0.”  Tom has a Master’s Degree in Computing in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and continues to research how innovative applications of emerging technologies can fundamentally transform teaching and personalize student learning.

Tom lives in Coventry, RI with his wife Michaela and two young children. He can be spotted across Rhode Island coaching the sport he loves (former Vassar College Basketball player) as well as every other rec and travel team his kids end up involved in. 

 You can contact him at thdriscoll@gmail.com or connect on Twitter @Mr_Driscoll.

Questions

We did not address any questions from the community but we welcome more questions to add to our program. When sending a question, comment or reply, please include the episode number in the subject and/or body of your message as well as any contact information such as Twitter handle that you would like us to include. We will include your name in the text and audio unless you request otherwise.

Links from the Show

Note that the Flipped Learning Network is a non-profit and we use an Amazon Affiliate link in our URLs to Amazon.com resources. This costs nothing extra to you if you follow that link but any purchases after clicking through that link (even those not related to that link) generate a small amount of revenue for the FLN.

Support the Show and the FLN

The Flipped Learning Network is a not-for-profit organization and runs on a small budget. Our costs are indeed low (web hosting, some legal and financial fees and paying for the support of a wonder community manager Kelly Walsh) and we are run by volunteers. If you would like to support the FLN, please contact us via any of the following options:

  • We have a Patreon Page where you can become a monthly patron for as low as USD$1 per month.
  • If you would like to make a one time donation, that is always an option via cheque sent to our offices or a donation via PayPal. Just ask us.
  • If you make purchases at Amazon, you can follow our affiliate link to make any purchases on their site. This costs you nothing but a small percentage of your purchase goes to us at the Flipped Learning Network. This is for the USA based store but it may be possible to arrange setting up “shop” on other Amazon worldwide sites.
  • If you are interested in the “Flipped Learning Certified Level-1” (in English or Spanish) certifications from the Flipped Learning Global Initiative, please follow our affiliate link to sign up.
  • See our “How to Support the FLN” page for more details including a link to our Sponsorship page where you can be listed as a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum sponsor.
  • Our main contact page on the website.

Transcript

I’ve been personally negligent in not pursuing an option to improve accessibility with transcripts of the show. I see the work that Bonni Stachowiak has done with her “Teaching in Higher Ed” podcast as well as the work of Deepak Shenoy on his podcast “Open Education Rising”. The trick here is cost and I don’t know the solution just yet. Producing about 90 minutes of podcasts per month would require about USD$100 per month. We would love to have a sponsor for that or perhaps link that as one of our goals on our Patreon Page.

Podcasters and Guests

We now have a stable crew of two podcast hosts with Matthew Moore and myself Ken Bauer alternating episodes. Lately Matthew has been busy with his own podcast “The Teachers Lounge” which is also hosted here at the Flipped Learning Network. You should check out that podcast as well. I hope to personally keep a bi-weekly schedule going forward.

If you would like to join us as a guest on the podcast or would like to suggest someone to be a guest, please contact either Matthew or myself via Twitter.

I would also like to remind everyone that anyone contributing to the community that is the Flipped Learning Network actually *is* part of the Flipped Learning Network. We are a community and grow together by pooling our resources. See how you can contribute to this community through contributing blog posts, joining us on this podcast as well as participating in our Slack community.

Ken’s Take

My choice of quotes from the conversation that particularly resonated with me.

On filter bubbles and personalized search on social media:

“The huge challenge that we face (particularly the last three to four years) is that that content that we are accessing is more and more designed to be exactly what we want to see.”

On “algorithmic literacy” (nod to Dr. Beth Holland):

“It’s amazing how many adults (even in the United States and other countries) don’t even realize that the information that they see in their feed is tailored specifically to what that company wants them to see.”

Music Credit

The music (titled Aloft) clip at the start and end of the podcast is copyright by Kelly Walsh and used with permission.

Podcast Logo Credit

The image of a microphone used in the logo for our podcast is courtesy of Eric Harvey.

Featured Image Credit

Head shot of Tom Driscoll, all rights reserved by Tom Driscoll.

Jun 27 2019
38 mins
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