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empowerED May 25
: Thank you to our listeners and subscribers in Indonesia! We’ve made it to your Education Charts on ! Terima kasih!
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empowerED May 10
New : How is Taiwan coping up with the pandemic in the area of education? from Taipei City gives us a glimpse of education in Taiwan as it continues in the homes of students. Listen on Apple Podcasts:
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) May 8
There’s more! That’s the Team for ODL!!!
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empowerED May 6
In the new normal, let us always uphold the right to high-quality education by providing multiple pathways to learning that can accommodate every student. *This is the 2nd part of a reflective article on the new normal in education.
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empowerED May 3
Much love to all our inspiring guests & subscribers. We continue to transform education, elevate the teaching profession, & celebrate every teacher. At this time of the pandemic, we continue to release new episodes for the Global Voices & the Online Distance Learning Series.
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empowerED May 2
New episode! , a children's book author, joins & discusses the role of parents in fostering literacy at home in this time of the pandemic. Listen on Apple Podcasts:
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Johnnie May 1
Replying to @empowered_twts
Teachers, please open your camera and let your students "see" you in their screen during your synchronous session. In my eyes, it may be one of strategies to decrease transactional distance. .
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) Apr 30
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Armando uses this unfortunate episode to teach his students about solidarity, empathy, and resiliency in life and in keeping a nation together. Listen on Apple Podcasts: or Spotify:
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) Apr 30
ep: I interviewed Armando Persico from northern Italy. During the first wave of the pandemic, he lost four members of his family. His life and the lives of everyone in Italy had been shaken to the core.
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) Apr 27
It’s Not About Online Learning: A Reflection on the “New Normal” in Education (Part 1)
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) Apr 27
The "new normal" should NOT be only about tech or online learning. There are other things that need to be integral parts of the new normal. This is part 1 of my reflection article. #education#newnormal
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OnPodcastMedia Apr 27
NEW EPISODE ALERT! 1. PBL in a Pandemic Series: Lauren Compton
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OnPodcastMedia Apr 27
NEW EPISODE ALERT! Instructional Leadership and Coaching with Sherry St. Clair
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Nadia Lopez Apr 26
We need more of these conversations. Thank you for providing the platform to share this journey.
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) Apr 26
We do! We can learn a lot from our journey! Collective experiences and learnings. We have the deepest insights right now and we need to have platforms to curate and share them! Thank you for always saying yes to
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) Apr 20
Replying to @jimtuscano
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) Apr 20
For the first episode of the new series, Global Voices: I interview , a leading educator & author, on what Maslow before Bloom means and the importance of listening to teacher’s voice at this time of the pandemic.
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) Apr 22
What’s the First Thing to Consider in Online Distance Learning? Design for Relationships
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Frederick S. Perez Apr 22
A good guide for educators in this pandemic.
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Jim Tuscano (卫舒风) Apr 22
When going make sure the design for relationships. Make your students feel comfortable with the set-up!
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