Episode 49: Flipped Classrooms with Elizabeth Miller

In episode 49, Dan and Michael chat flipped classrooms with Massachusetts teacher Elizabeth Miller.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Elizabeth wrote THE book on flipping classrooms. It’s called, Flipping History: How to Start Flipping Your Classroom Today (2016). Buy it, read it, flip like a pro.
  2. Visit her site for updates, consulting information, and more at PennyUniversityPress.com.
  3. You can find her old blogs on flipping at FlippingHistory.blogspot.com.
  4. Also, Elizabeth recommends tweeting with #flipclass on Twitter.
  5. You can find more recommended resources from Elizabeth on her Google doc.

Contact

Elizabeth Miller is a high school history teacher in Massachusetts. You can find her work on PennyUniversityPress.com and tweet with her @EMHistory.

Episode 48: Measuring School Quality with Jack Schneider

In episode 48, Michael & Dan discuss measuring school quality with Jack Schneider.

Take a listen & you’ll learn that the ‘perception gap’ isn’t just your perception of clothes purchased at the Gap versus what they actually look like.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Jack Schneider, Rebecca Jacobsen, Rachel White, and Hunter Gehlbach, “The (Mis)measure of Schools: How Data Affect Stakeholder Knowledge and Perceptions of Quality,” Teachers College Record (June 2018)
  2. Check out the Massachusetts Consortium for Innovative Education Assessment
  3. Make sure to check out Jack’s podcast that he hosts with journalist Jennifer Berkshire called HaveYouHeard!

Contact

Jack Schneider is an Assistant Professor at Holy Cross, co-hosts the podcast HaveYouHeard and is the Director of Research at the Massachusetts Consortium for Innovative Education Assessment. Check out his research on his  webpage at Holy Cross, follow him on Twitter, and, of course, subscribe to his podcast HaveYouHeard!

Episode 47: Global Read Aloud with Pernille Ripp

In episode 47, Michael & Dan chat with Pernille Ripp about teaching, being connected, and the Global Read Aloud. 

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Information about the Social Studies Chat book club that Dan & Michael spoke can be found on the SSChat Book Club Facebook page! You can still participate in our reading of Kenneth C. Davis’s In the Shadow of Liberty and make use of the resources and author interviews!
  2. The Global Read Aloud that Pernille Ripp started can be found here! Learn more and sign up!

Contact

Pernille Ripp teaches 7th grade in Wisconsin. She is an blogger, thinker, creator, and all around great educator! She has also written three books with one more on the way- check them out! Learn more about her on her blog and/or follow her on Twitter!

Episode 46: Women in Education History with Jenn Binis of EdHistory101

In episode 46, Dan and Michael chat about women in education history with Jenn Binis of EdHistory101.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. First and foremost, make sure to check Jenn and her husband Paul on the EdHistory101 podcast on iTunes and their site, shownotes, and daily tweet threads at https://edhistory101.com/
  2. Jenn and Dan highly recommend Goldstein, D. (2014). The teacher wars: A history of America’s most embattled profession. New York, NY: Doubleday.
  3. Hoffman, Nancy. Woman’s” true” profession: Voices from the history of teaching. Harvard Education Press. 8 Story Street First Floor, Cambridge, MA 02138, 2003.
  4. Lerner, Gerda. Teaching women’s history. Vol. 162, no. 1. Amer Historical Assn, 1981.
  5. Learn more about Nannie Burroughs (1883-1961) who was an African-American educator, orator, religious leader, civil rights activist, feminist and businesswoman who founded the National Training School for Women and Girls in Washington, DC in 1909.
  6. Learn more about Maria Childs (1802 – 1880), an American abolitionist, women’s rights activist, Native American rights activist, novelist, journalist, and more.
  7. Learn more about Sarah Roberts and Roberts v. City of Boston in the book Kendrick, S., & Kendrick, P. (2004). Sarah’s long walk: The free Blacks of Boston and how their struggle for equality changed America. Beacon Press; Or watch the following clip from School: The story of American public education on the case. Citation: Patton, S. & Mondale, S. (Producers), & Mondale, S. (Director). (2001). School: The Story of American Public Education [Documentary] . United States: Stone Lantern Films. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL00795BC38B4368D4
  8. Check out Nikole Hannah-Jones’ work on resegregation: http://nikolehannahjones.com/.
  9. More on Maria Montessori (1870-1952)
  10. More on Oberlin College and black history
  11. More on Charlotte Hawkins Brown (1883–1961)
  12. More on Ella Flagg Young (1845-1918)
  13. More on Bridgette Peixotto (1879-1972)
  14. More on Anna Julia Cooper and her biography, A Voice from the South
  15. This Talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on why we should all be feminists:

16. This TED Talk by Kimberlé Crenshaw discusses Intersectionality:

Contact

Jenn Binis has a blog at jennbbinis.com and a podcast with shownotes at edhistory101.com. You can tweet at her @JennBinis or @EdHistory101.