Episode 16 – Summer Learning – Makes Me Feel Fine

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Podcast Hosts and where to find us on Twitter:

Erin Barnes: twitter.com/ebarnes73

Scott Haselwood: twitter.com/teachfromhere

Who hosted the #oklaed chat and where to find them on Twitter:

Hosted by Gracie Branch @branch7 the CCOSA Associate Director OAESP/OMLEA Exec Director.

Overview of chat topic

Questions from the chat:

  • 1 – Introduce yourself, where you are from and your favorite summertime treat.

  • 2 – What is something non-job related you would like to learn more about this summer?

  • 3 – Give a shout out to your favorite edu-rockstars that you learn from frequently and help you shine.

  • 4 – What book would you recommend other educators read this summer?

  • 5 – How do you like to learn:  alone, small groups, conferences, book studies, large groups, formal, informal, etc.?

  • 6 – If you could attend any workshop, training or conference- what would it be?

  • 7 – Share a professional development “aha” moment from this year -describe something/someone/an experience that turned your lightbulb on!

  • 8 – If you were a new educator, what HOT Topic would you encourage them to learn about early in their career?  Provide any resources.

  • 9 – Finish this sentence- This summer I am going to brighten my professional learning by:

  • 10 – Challenge:  This week, begin your summer learning and share it on Twitter using the hashtag #oklaed  and #ccosa.

Favorite question and why?

Erin: Q5 – How do you like to learn:  alone, small groups, conferences, book studies, large groups, formal, informal, etc.?

Scott: Q3 – Give a shout out to your favorite edu-rockstars that you learn from frequently and help you shine.

Boomsauce tweet(s) of the night:

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