December 8, 2011
Anna Colley (Twitter) is a ten-year veteran 4th Grade teacher who made the jump to Technology Coordinator at an interesting public school in Atlanta, GA which serves special needs pre-school students and young adults. She also teacher computer classes to 3- and 4-year-olds. In her spare time, Anna is a prolific blogger and sells curricular and other teaching materials online through a TeachersPayTeachers store.
May 15, 2011
Scott Meech (Twitter)is a 16-year teacher currently working as the technology facilitator at the Joseph Sears School in Kenilworth, IL. He has a masters degree in education and a certification in educational leadership from Johns Hopkins University. He loves studying the impact technology is making on education and, in that vein, is a founder of EdReach, an online community dedicated to taking education forward by giving it a voice and the I-Education Apps Review (Twitter), which allows anyone to post reviews of educational iOS applications.
April 15, 2011
It took just under twelve hours for iTunes to approve us, so that’s pretty cool. I would like to think that the short wait is a reflection of our general awesomeness, but it’s more likely that it takes that long for everyone. In any case, if you want, you can click here to see the Edvancers.com Podcast in the iTunes online directory.
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April 14, 2011
I submitted the Edvancers.com podcast to the iTunes Music Store’s podcast directory this morning. While I certainly can’t guarantee that they will accept the show, I think they should so I hope to be able to announce our launch in the iTMS soon.
March 17, 2011
Michael Soguero is the Director of Professional Development at Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center. His work at Eagle Rock was covered in a recent article in Phi Delta Kappan which is reprinted on the Eagle Rock website.
According to the article:
Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center (ERS) in Estes Park, Colo., is a boarding school designed to re-engage students who already have dropped out and persuade them to stay in school and graduate. The school does this by giving students leadership positions, giving students as much time as they need to meet expectations, using interdisciplinary learning, and being willing to change the school to meet changing needs.
Michael and the rest of the faculty and students at Eagle Rock are accomplishing amazing things, putting into practice some of education’s most exciting and revolutionary theories.