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"Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end." Have you heard that one? It's a quote is by Seneca. Um .... Seneca?! I'm an 80s baby who lived her best life in the 90s so, to me, that's the famous final line of "Closing Time" by Semisonic! ⌚ Good thing it's a catchy tune, because I've needed to remind myself of that as every season of …
 
Before -- or after -- listening to this episode, you'll want to check out an episode of Cesar Milan's "Better Human, Better Dog" show currently airing on National Geographic. Caesar is an accomplished dog trainer and is able to, essentially, tame some wild, out of control dogs. There are also instances where he encounters dogs who exist in a state …
 
Currently, the most-downloaded episode of the Student-Centered Science Teacher Podcast is Episode #12, "What Students Say About Student-Centered Learning In Science". In a way, this makes perfect sense to me. As a teacher seeking to transform my instructional practice, I was most concerned about how the students would receive it, what they would do…
 
Technology is a cornerstone of student-centered learning in science in our modern society. In this episode, I’ll give you some examples of which technology I love for my own student-centered science classroom, but this isn't going to be an episode focused on examples of technologies that work or those that may be among the best. In fact, there's no…
 
Three years ago I made the switch to student-centered learning for my virtual chemistry classroom. When I did, I felt as discouraged by fear as I did invigorated by a change toward what I deeply believed was something better, something so much more meaningful and impactful to the lives of my students. I did not believe my students would cooperate. …
 
You may have heard, seen, read, or assumed that making the switch to a student-centered classroom will create more time for you, provide you with more freedom, or that you’ll work less hard. With teachers continuing to leave the profession for a laundry list of reasons related to overwork, under-appreciation, unreasonable expectations, and the gene…
 
Mastering the art of creating unique, engaging and effective lesson plans is only part of the challenge we face in making the switch to student centered learning in our classrooms. While I believe that an effective lesson plan is the cornerstone of student centered learning, its delivery will ultimately determine its worth. This episode begins a se…
 
YOU are someone’s favorite teacher! That’s right … you brighten that kids’ day, make them smile, or pick them up when they’re feeling down. We’re all drawn to different people for some reason we sometimes can’t quite articulate. But, are you someone’s favorite teacher because of the lessons you’ve planned? Have you’ve helped them overcome some huge…
 
Do you think student centered learning only works in a traditional classroom with four walls? If so, think again. This was a limiting belief that I had for probably 9 of my 11 years as a cyber school science teacher. No one had ever suggested that I could be more than a talking head or provide more for students to work with than a set of guided not…
 
In this 5-Element series, I’ve been reviewing each of the elements of my lesson planning framework in the order of how I present them to students throughout the progression of a lesson. In this episode, I discuss the fifth and final component of my lessons: skill practice. For me, skill practice is included on the heels of data dependent analysis o…
 
In the Data-Dependent Analysis portion of my student centered lessons, I teach students how to use data they collect during their interactive Learning Experience. We pull back and reflect on what they’ve collected to consider what they’ve learned. In the planning, it’s nothing more than a series of questions – sometimes scaffolded questions -- lead…
 
The phrases, “learning experience” and “student exploration” are some I’d use to describe what I learned from my study of the Visible Learning for Science text if I had to explain it in a sentence or two. I emerged from my reflection on it with three main professional goals for the 2019-2020 school year, my worst-ever year for student engagement: t…
 
In my student centered classroom, my role is the same as a variety show host! My job is to plan it out, introduce the cast of characters, and provide some context, but I am not the star of the show. I might as well shout, “Students! Take it away!”. But without knowing what they need to do, why they need to do it, or how they'll demonstrate that the…
 
This marks the start of a 5-week series where I’ll share details of the framework I use to create interactive science lessons for student centered learning in my very on virtual high school chemistry class! Today's topic is “Review & Preview”. In this episode, I'll share with you the research that inspired me to make it so much more than busy work …
 
My interpretation and understanding of student centered learning may not be textbook. But, then again, is anything that happens in our classroom really "textbook"?! I've spent the last several weeks detailing for you the most impactful research-based concepts from the Visible Learning text that transformed my practice. In this episode, I'll explain…
 
Today, we’re talking about DIFFERENTIATION. In my 11 years of participating in professional development, I've learned that we should be able to differentiate content, process, and product. But, no one ever described how we should accomplish that! The authors of Visible Learning get it done, though! So, we'll discuss differentiation, Visible Learnin…
 
In our tour through the text, Visible Learning: What Works Best to Optimize Student Learning, we consider the effectiveness of various instructional strategies and something the authors refer to as “effect size". The effect size of common strategies are discussed, but we reveal that those strategies with the highest effect size values, those that a…
 
We begin our study of the text, Visible Learning for Science, by considering some nuances presented by the authors in the introduction which have formed the foundation of the Lab In Every Lesson approach for preparing and delivering interactive science lessons.Lisa at Lab In Every Lesson による
 
Welcome to my new podcast! In this episode, I invite you to learn more about my credentials and begin a book study with me as you seek to explore options for making your classroom more active and your students more capable.Lisa Karosas from Lab In Every Lesson による
 
In the form of 1-to-1 or bring-your-own device programs, technology has entered many of our classrooms, and with it new opportunities and distractions. Matt, a senior techno-pessimist sits down with me (Rob Taylor) to discuss the negative impact of technology on learning outcomes, ways to effectively use tech in the classroom, and whether our apoca…
 
Research reveals a lot of discrepancies between the genders in education. Caroline and Bridget, two empowered senior girls, sit down with me (Rob Taylor) to discuss misconceptions about feminism, how to be an empowered leader, whether Biology has become the “girl science,” and more.Student Teacher による
 
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