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147. Giving Kids an Urban Farming Education

Jim Bruner

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Stop thinking about it as something that you have to do and start thinking about it as something you could become. You cannot do this overnight. I did not do this overnight. This started by interviewing people, Amish people, farmers, bioscientists, chemists, engineers, biologists, and asking questions and realizing, "Oh, this relates to that." Stop believing that you have to know everything. Failure is hypercritical in farming. We don't want to do that again. But you need to know.

Jim Bruner

Don't wait. You're ready for that now. You're ready to try this in a meaningful way in the real world now. And that is a through line through everybody's experience, thus giving the student the opportunity after opportunity to take a lead to amplify their voice, and it can look like a lot of different things.

Jesse Ross

146. How One Stone Empowers Students to Become Better Leaders

Jesse Ross, Saumya Sarin, & Elani Waight

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145. Improving Mathematic Instruction for Middle Schoolers

Elly Blanco-Rowe

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What are the questions that we're asking? How often are we asking these questions? Not just of ourselves, but of others, and then vice versa.

Elly Blanco-Rowe

If I can have a coach to be part of this company and be learning and growing along with the students as well, that would be such a massive win. And we're doing that and it's so awesome to watch.

Michael Trezza

144. Preparing Our Kids to Become Leaders of the Future

Michael Trezza

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143. How Kids Can Become Inventors

Dominic Wilcox & Mark Muzzin

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142. Helping Entrepreneurs Reach Educators

Josh Chernikoff

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141. Developing a New Generation of Environmental Stewards

Megan Karch

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As somebody, when I was younger, I actually didn't do well in school when I was in my younger years, and to hear that from a kid, to gain confidence in themselves, they'll go back to the classroom, it'll make a difference.

Megan Karch

Bringing it back to food brings it back to something we all have to do, and this helps us link ourselves to our own humanity, to others.

Rachel Shreve

140. Helping Kids Make Healthy Food Choices

Rachel Shreve of Cooking with Kids

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139.

Bringing Reading to Underserved Communities

Kristen Walter

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But bringing in that adult learning piece really helps elevate the literacy level of the whole home and really puts parents in a better position for supporting their children's learning.

Kristen Walter

I didn't want to hold an hour long or two-hour long teacher training, where you come in, I give you a lesson plan, we talk about it. I wanted to make it a venture. I wanted the teachers to get something out of it.

Dr. Alexandra Jones

138. Understanding Our Archaeological Heritage

Dr. Alexandra Jones

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137. Creating Equality Through Access to Educational Media

Dr. Jose Morey

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Realistically, the higher paying jobs are the STEM jobs, and if we don't inspire kids from underserved communities to go into those fields, then that inequality will continue to be perpetuated.

Dr. Jose Morey

What does the future look like, what does the past look like, where are you at, and how can we take action in our individual lives, but also collectively keep moving forward?

Andrea Ferrero

136. Building Financial Resilience Through Hip Hop Pedagogy

Andrea Ferrero

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135. Accelerating Innovation Within Your Community

Michael Dennis of CAS

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I love the process of working with the experts to curate their presentation to be appropriate to middle school of visually impaired children of various ages.

Angelica Estevez

134. Democratizing Digital Mentorship

Angelica Estevez & Rania Ajami

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133. Designing Education for the Real World

Vivian Shen of Juni Learning

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For me, it's about getting students across the world access to more and more incredible education experiences.

Vivian Shen

132. Take It Outside: Getting Students Invested In & Inspired By Nature

Pete Barnes

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131. Bringing Community & Communion to Education

Christopher Travers & Derrick Tillman-Kelly

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I think part of the issue that we're having in our world is we exist in this lovelessness space. Folks are yearning for love, folks want love, and I think we can all do a better job of trying to demonstrate it in our practice

Christopher Travers

Look at the big challenge, and then see where the problems are that are most interesting and most powerful that you can act up.

Dan McClure

130. Choreographing Ambitious, Messy Change

Dan McClure

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129. Revolutionizing the Middle School Experience

Denise Daniels & Andrew Ravin

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Being present in this space and building out a meaningful community space is just as important as learning where to put a comma or how to capitalize your sentence.

Andrew Ravin

So, that's why we spent a lot of time building relationships with the organizations so that when we have to hit the ground running and only have two weeks to collect information from the young people, it's already in place.

Mara Mintzer

128. Growing Up Boulder: Empowering the Voices of Children

Mara Mintzer

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127. EL Education in Action at Palouse Prairie Charter School

Jeneille Branen & Erin Corwine

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What we really tried to focus on last year and we continue the focus is staff resilient, so that we're sustaining our current highly qualified educators, so that when we shift back into like a normal school year, that we still have that group of individuals at our school.

Jeneille Branen

And if you combine knowledge, skills, and values through holistic education program moving towards sustainability, then you have a learning program that is real and that impacts the world right now, today.

Sal Gordon

126. How a Living Curriculum Redefines Education

Sal Gordon of Green School Bali

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125. Using The Conrad Challenge to Unlock the Box

Nancy Conrad & Ankesh Madan

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Many times kids will form teams across countries, across genders, across socioeconomic levels, so what comes out of all of that is just so many multiple different approaches to solutions.

Nancy Conrad

And that's why I love the ninth grader, that concept, because it's so globally oriented. We're part of the big picture.

Kaisa Koistinen

124. Me and My City

Kaisa Koistinen

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123. Looking at History Through a Critical Archaeological Lens

Matthew Reeves

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Complex history is in every single community, and discovering how it relates to individuals, either through your own family or the community you're living in, is a way to really have that sense of discovery that we offer people at Montpelier at their own home.

Matthew Reeves

We always start with the scientific method, because the basis of science is the scientific method, and every one of our experiments kind of focuses on that.

Jessica Caton Diefenbach

122. Teaching Forensic Science in Elementary School

Jessica Caton & Brianna Agomessou & Grace Benecke

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121. Bringing Education Outdoors 

Jessa Goldner

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It is okay for you to feel a little like uncomfortable, a little nervous about it, your students will feel that same way, and being able to feed off of that, and them seeing your authenticity about it, I think, will be what leads to your success.

Jessa Goldner

We have to be cognizant of the stories that we're taking in, because whether we realize it or not, we're adding to our essay of who we understand or misunderstand people to be.

Melissa Crum

120. Creating Brave Spaces in the Classroom

Melissa Crum

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119. Combining Education & Entrepreneurial Skills for Success

Nik Kafka

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That's part of what we want to create, is a community of like-minded changemakers, who are entrepreneurial, and go out there, and tackle some of these many issues that we face locally, regionally, nationally. The world is sadly full of problems, we need problem solvers.

Nik Kafka

How can we collaborate and really bridge those gaps to keep in mind that it's not about what we are self-serving as an entity need, but it's about the person we are serving? And how can we collaborate to help that person?

Becky DeMatteis

118. How Apprenticeship Plays a Role in the Future of Education

Rebecca DeMatteis & BJ Knutson

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117. Building Out the School to STEM Pipeline

Frederic Bertley of COSI

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What we have in the US is they average all the scores of all the students that we will test. When you disaggregate that and you look at the kids are going to the top private schools or the top publics, the community public schools, and then the great charter school experiences, those kids are on par with the first, second, and third countries in the world, which dragging them that number is all the public school kids are going to more challenge schools and don't have access to resources, and that's a political economic problem that we should solve in this country.

Frederic Bertley

Students are hungry for challenging opportunities. They rise to the occasion if given the support they need... Our vision for greatness has to apply to each child.

Paolo DeMaria

116. The Future of Education is Individual

Paolo DeMaria

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115. Our Chance to Rethink Early Education

Colin McGinnis

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There is no reason that a teacher, whether it's early childhood or K-12, should have to use the same subsidies that we are putting, in my world, families into early childhood, so we can break cycles of poverty, why are we creating a poverty-driven workforce?

Colin McGinnis

We really got to change the narratives and something that I really take pride in doing is stepping into the room and being that change, just by being in the room. And whether we win or lose, that is the win, is that I'm in there and being heard or being seen.

Jerry Valentine

114. Hacking the Education System

Jerry Valentine

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113. A Positive Outlook on Education Reform

Steve Shapiro

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For many educators, we have to have our own place where we say, no, this is not what's best for kids, I'm going to do what I think is best for kids. But oftentimes in the face of a system, that's not responsive to that, it's a risk for teachers to do that.

Steve Shapiro

Talk about a different learning environment and a different way to engage learners from kids to adults. So, I will say that's probably my favorite part of all of this, is how it's a different type of connection with someone.

Amy Palermo

112. The Future of Media in Education at WOSU

Amy Palermo

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111. Changing Education to Meet a Changing World

Doug Schachtel of Portfolio School

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Giving them the skills to set their own goals with the teacher to understand why they're learning something, that becomes very powerful so that they're invested in the learning.

Doug Schachtel

I mean that if we're not preparing all kids, if we're not bringing diverse thoughts and ideas to the table, that is going to affect our competitiveness as a nation.

Lisa Chambers

110. Driving Interest & Access to Technology in Education

Lisa Chambers of TECH CORPS

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109 Exploring Creative Education

Saeed Arida, Siena Jekel, Anara Magavi & Luca Rudenstine of NuVu Studio

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We are not always limited also to the team that we have, we feel like whatever that is, the relevant topic outside, we can design a studio experience around that.

Saeed Arida​

How do we motivate children to love to learn? And if you motivate them to love to learn, they become lifelong learners, because it's so much fun. They'll keep doing it outside the classroom walls and outside the classroom hours forever.

Rana Dajani

108 Doing the Impossible & Changing Mindsets Through Reading

Rana Dajani

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107 Engaging Students Through Progressive Education

Tim O’Connor & Sarah Giles

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Take a risk, be flexible, be willing to listen to new ideas, and take on suggestions.

Tim O’Connor

106 Entrepreneurship & Startup Culture for Transformation

Jasmine De Gaia & Kristy Campbell

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105 Promoting Equality & Justice

Theresa Collins, Chris Thinnes & Kavan Yee

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104 Decolonization & Spreading Knowledge of Native Cultures at the Burke Museum

Alvin Logan, Jr.

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103 The Mission of Outdoor Education

Carmen DeLeon & Leslie Dorsey

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102 Evolving Education in Ireland

Elaine Higgins, Alice D’Arcy & Mark King

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101 The Student Experience at PAST

Melissa Olvera, Swathi Vudatala, Caleb Buaful, Josiah Nahhas & Javier Cruz

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100 Unboxing 100 Episodes of Learning Unboxed

Annalies Corbin and Rich Rosen

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099 The Origins of PAST

Dennis Aig, Sheli Smith, and Andy Hall

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098 Technology and the Change In Pace of Innovation and the Future of Work

Jasmine de Gaia & Paige Love 

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097 Transitioning From the Typical HighSchool to a STEM-focused School

Riley Andrews

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096 Veterans and Archaeology: Digging into Our Nation’s History

Jessica Mundt, Kelly Brown, and Shannon Johnson

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095 Becoming a High Flyer and Letting Your Dreams Soar

Shaesta Waiz

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094 Presidential Libraries, Robots, & STEM: The Surprising Connection & How You Can Use These Resources

Elizabeth Dinschel and Kristine Bullock

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093 The Power of Data to Transform our Lives

Jasmine de Gaia

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092 The Power of Entrepreneurship in Education

Ruby Xun & Melissa Liang

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091 Cultivating a Grass-Roots Approach to Conservation

Curt Collier and Lucy Crespo

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090 Merging Arts, Science and Math at The Alabama School of Fine Arts

Tim Mitchell

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089 Democratizing Philanthropy

Imran Nuri & Shannon McCalmont

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088 Empowering Parents as Co Educators

Sabrina Walters and Lori Trent from Upper Arlington City School

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087 Parks as Classrooms: Place-Based Learning & Real-World Connections

Julianne Geleynse

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086 Peerro, Inclusion, & The Future of Employment

Rachel Angel

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085 Work, Play, Learn, Grow: The Yellowstone Youth Conservation Corps (YCC)

Mike Coonan

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084 OnRamp: Helping Students Think About Solving Problems in a New Way

OSU Students

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083 What Does a School Board Do & What Does It Mean to be a School Board Member?

Lori Trent, John P. Jones, & Dr. Tina Pierce

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082 Progressive Learning & Project Zero: Making Learning Visible

Mara Krechevsky & Dr. Fred Burton

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081 Expedition Yellowstone: Science Education in the People’s Classroom

Beth Taylor

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080 16 Strong: Normalizing Conversations About Mental Health & Mental Illness

Samantha Wettje & Susan Solar

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079 Online Opportunities to Learn From Indigenous American Voices, Cultures, & Perspectives

Colleen Call Smith

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078 #ProjectMartian: Farming on Mars, Food Scarcity, & Urban Sustainability

Jim Bruner

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077 Internships, Manufacturing, & The Future of Work

Rosemary Coates & Ryan Edwards

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076 Teaching Teachers in 2020: Inside Ohio University’s STEM+ for All Program

Mary Schneider, Sorpresa Jones, and Bailey Lohr

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075 Global Competencies for K-12: Agency, Entrepreneurialism, Altruism, Advocacy, Citizenship, Deep Learning, & Agility

Karen Yager

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074 Cultivating Creative & Civic Capacities

Jennifer Lehe, Jason Blair & Britanie Risner

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073 Implementing Student-Centered Education & Collaboration: Where Do We Start?

Outi Haatainen

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072 Innovation in Crisis: Thinking Differently During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Mike Wiseman

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071 What All Educators Can Learn from Camp Invention: Hands-On Learning, Low-Tech STEM, & Remote Education

Krissy Hostetler

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070 Empowering Social Change

Adam Morris

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069 Equipping, Empowering, and Inspiring Kids in Tech

Olu Ibrahim

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068 The Zebrafish Effect: How BioEYES is Inspiring Young Minds

Katie Benton

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067 Engaging In Wonderment: The Intersection Of Art, Joy, and Critical Thought

Raygan Barrett & Nicole Clevenger

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066 When Zoo Becomes School

Emily Cunningham and Erin Murray

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065 What Happens When High School Students Get To Be Scientists?

Andy Farke

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064 Learn, Build, Play: How OASIS is Helping Kids Fall in Love with STEAM 

Maurice Womack

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063 The Courage to Try: The Story of Grypmat

Tom Burden

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062 Restorative Practices & Responsive Classrooms 

Allison McMannis

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061 Dinosaurs, Digging, & Interdisciplinary Education at the Tate Museum

JP Cavigelli and Dylan Trent

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Special Edition 5 Is Home School The New Norm? 

Stephanie Riley

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060 Solving Real-Life Problems with Underwater Robots: The MATE ROV Competition

Jill Zande

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Here is a list of all of our other recorded podcasts!

Green highlighted podcasts are part of our Special Edition Deep Dive Podcasts.

  • 060 Solving Real-Life Problems with Underwater Robots: The MATE ROV Competition Jill Zande
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  • 059 Engineering & Empathy Melissa Higgins & Michelle Cerrone
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  • 058 Active Education at the Intersection of IT & Water Sports The School of One & MCPc
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  • * Special Edition 4 What College Students Want Their Universities to Know About Virtual Learning Fatima Bainazar and Katie Corbin
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  • 057 Making Computer Science Education Standard & How to Teach Computer Science While Homeschooling Alice Steinglass
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  • 056 Learning in The Wilds & Resources for Homeschooling (When You Didn’t Expect to Be) Emily Knapp
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  • 055 Shining a Light on Career Opportunities in the Fashion Industry Yogi Terrell, Rob Smith, & Joe Brim
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  • * Special Edition 3 From Traditional Classroom to Virtual Instruction Jeff Schneider
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  • * Special Edition 2 Working Collaboratively in Virtual School Environments Mary Schneider
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  • 054 The Fab Foundation: Democratizing Tools for Change Sonya Pryor-Jones
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  • 053 Lessons from the Rijksmuseum: Creating Immersive & Fun Opportunities for Education in Public Spaces Irma de Vries
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  • * Special Edition 1 Easy Tips for Working Remotely Kat Deaner
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  • 052 | Honoring Georgia O'Keeffe: Educator, Artist, & Independent Spirit Katrina Stacy
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  • 051 | How Universities Can Better Engage K-12 Students Through Community Outreach Jamie Shuda of BioEYES
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  • 050 | BoSTEM: How Communities Can Collaborate to Create High-Quality STEM Learning Opportunities Julia Kilgore & Joe Rosenbaum
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  • 049 | Planes, Trains, & Automobiles: The Role of Education in Smart Mobility & Infrastructure Rich Granger
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  • 048 | Creating Real-World Implications for Grade-School Curricula Angela Forino
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  • 047 | Giving Back to a Future Generation of Underwater Engineers Marty Klein
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  • 046 | Following Your Passion & Facilitating Human Growth Calvin Mires
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  • 045 | Making Sure Sea Turtles Last with Love A Sea Turtle Dan Sokolovic & Brittany Turner
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  • 044 | How to Train Teachers to Let Students Lead Erika Reeves & Mary Schneider
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  • 043 | Girls Who Lead, Pt. 2 Daria Shirazi and Maggie Wessel, Ava Watts, and Abby May
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  • 042 | Girls Who Lead, Pt. 1 Madison and Edwin Gibbs and Sadie Bugnitz
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  • 041 | The Past & Future of Girl Scouts Tammy Wharton
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  • 040 | Stargazer, the Portable Planetarium Asis Gonzalez
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  • 039 | Teaching Modern Manufacturing to K-12 Students Darius Melvin & Susan Witt
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  • 038 | Collaborating With Your Community on Design Challenges Meghan Federer
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  • 037 | Preparing for the Next Industrial Revolution, Additive Manufacturing Ian Stroop & Mike Kunselman
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  • 036 | Introducing Women & Minorities to Data Science Jenna McGuire & Airyana Washington
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  • 035 | Teaching Engineering, Creativity, & Having Fun Armando Henriquez & Dean Alkire
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  • 034 | Engineering Creativity Through Music Bill Manchester
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  • 033 | Combining Empathy and Technology for a Solid Foundation Evelyn Van Til
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  • 032 | Leading Education Initiatives in Healthcare and Technology Grady Burrows
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  • 031 | Creative STEM-Based Summer Programs & the Challenges Educators Face Laura Bloch & Ashley Price
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  • 030 | Teaching Through Your Passion to Create Passionate Students Kelly Preheim
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  • 029 | Talent Crisis & Career Opportunities: Inspiring the Next Generation of Agricultural Enthusiasts Chris Baker & Marissa Mulligan
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  • 028 | Getting Your Feet Wet with Marine Sciences: A Creative & Transformative Education Program from South Africa Russell Stevens
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  • 027 | Van Gogh Museum: Creating Engaging & Tactile Learning Experiences Through Play René Van Blerk
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  • 026 | The Role of Museums in Cultivating Creativity Cindy Foley
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  • 025 | Infusing Art into Education to Make Learning Fun & Cooperative Amanda Schaeffer & Neel Mawalkar
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  • 024 | How an Innovative Post-Secondary Music Industry Career Program is Impacting the K-12 Space Nicholas Burgett and Dwight Heckleman
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  • 023 | Getting Out of the Classroom & Into the Field Sheli Smith and Pam Burns Hayes
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  • 022 | Clackamas Middle College: Dare to Step Out to Meet the Needs of Your Kids Brian Sien
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  • 021 | STEMcoding: Reimaging STEM Education Chris Orban & Richelle Teeling-Smith
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  • 020 | The Highs & Lows of Creating Transformative Educational Programs like Middle College Greg Giauque, Kaelle Daugherty, & Isabella Sarro
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  • 019: What Is Middle College Like? A Teacher's Perspective Jon Robertson and Kat Barr
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  • 018: Middle College a Win Win Win for Students Communities Schools Claudia Lampman, Holly Martinson, Luke Almon, Greg Giauque
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  • 017: Systemic STEM Transformation Karl Rectanus
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  • 016: The Role of Invention in Education Robin Hilsmeier & Jim Bruner
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  • 015: Energy Education: How to Create Opportunities for Problem-Based Learning in Classrooms Kat Deaner & Ryan Prestel
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  • 014: Strategies That Engage Minds (STEM): The Value of Internships in High School Meka Pace & Vanessa Jester
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  • 013: Creating Informal Learning Opportunities Even Informal Learning Environments With Kim Kiehl
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  • 012: Explorer At Large: Engaging, Inspiring, and Educating Kids Through Curiosity & Adventure with Josh Bernstein & Mike Schott
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  • 011: #STEMFeedsOhio: How Design Challenges Empower Students to Solve Problems & Contextualize Learning with Jeanne Gogolski & Heather Sherman
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  • 010: Girls Rule, STEM's Cool: How Robotics Teaches Students How to Live with Fatima Bainazar, Melissa Olvera, and Elizabeth Drake
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  • 009: Investing in Girls’ Voices, Opinions, & Confidence with Lisa Hinkelman
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  • 008: Shadowbox Live: Multidisciplinary Education with a Rock Aesthetic Stacie Boord & Nick Wilson
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  • 007: Learning with SOLE: Education for the 21st Century Jeff McClellan
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  • 006: Entrepreneurship in Education Kevin Gadd
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  • 005: Robotics in K-12: Helping Students Make Decisions, Solve Problems, & Experience the World Angela Hattman & Audrey Strickling
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  • 004: Robotics, Design Thinking, & Engineering in Education Andy Bruening & Tyler Hertenstein
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  • 003: Columbus Idea Foundry: A Makerspace for Learning, Collaboration, & Mischief Alex Bandar
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  • 002: Engineers Helping Educators (& Other Partnerships for Reimagining Education) Rich Rosen
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  • 001: New Schools as a Startup: Creating Ohio’s First STEM School & a Platform for Innovation Marcy Raymond & Jack McClintock
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  • Intro: Teaching, Learning, & The Future of Work Annalies Corbin
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