#EduDuctTape Twitter Chat 10.23.19

In episode 29 of the Educational Duct Tape Podcast,  Jon Corippo, Chief Learning Officer for CUE & coauthor of EduProtocols Field Guides 1 and 2.  Also, in the Soapbox Moment, I discussed my thoughts on focused persistence and how my daughter taught me to make changes in the classroom happen “tissue by tissue.”

A week after the episode went live, I was joined on Twitter by dozens of “Duct Tapers” who were eager to talk about the content from this episode!  Below are some of the best tweets from the chat, curated by me and some of the #EduDuctTape “Mighty Ducts” volunteers.

Below, you’ll find those selected responses for each question.  As always, since Q1 was silly & fun, we’ll save that one for last.  Check it all out below!

Q2.

Q2 focused on this episode’s SoapBox Moment: “Tissue by Tissue: Focused Persistence.”

Q3.

In Q3 participants answered this question: “What formative assessment tool can an educator use to determine what next steps they should take with the class?”
Big thanks to David Allan for curating this list!

Q4.

Q4 focused on the following question: “How can teachers teach better and work less?”
Big thanks to David Allan for curating this list.

Q5.

Q5 is based on the “What else do you know that I haven’t asked you yet?” technique that some teachers use in assessments!
Big thanks to David Allan for curating this list.

Q1.

And Now back to the beginning! In the episode, I asked Jon 2 “Which of the Following Would Be Less Torturous?” questions.  The first of those 2 questions was Q1 for the chat. See some of our favorite responses here:

Published by

Jake Miller

Jake is a Google for Education Certified Trainer and is the Lead Technology Integration Specialist for Brady Middle School in Ohio's Orange City Schools. In the past he taught STEM, Science & Math in Stow-Munroe Falls, Ohio, where he was also a leader in the district's Technology Leadership Team and a co-advisor for the middle school's STEM Club. He has been an educator since 2003. His Bachelor's Degree is in middle-level education (math/science) from the University of Akron and his Master's Degree is in Instructional Technology from Kent State University. He has enjoyed providing more than 100 professional development opportunities at conferences and school districts across the state of Ohio. He is very involved in Twitter (@JakeMillerTech) and provides regular pointers for educators with his #GAFETip tweets.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.