About

Visions of Education is an education podcast where education professor Dan Krutka and high school teacher Michael Milton have conversations with educators to discuss their big ideas in education.

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Twitter: @VisionsOfEd

iTunes: Visions of Education

Stitcher: Visions of Education

SoundCloud: SoundCloud.com/VisionsOfEd

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Daniel G. Krutka, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Social Studies Education in  the Department of Teacher Education and Administration at the University of North Texas. In other words, he’s a teacher teacher. Before entering higher education, Dan was a high school social studies teacher for six years in Oklahoma City. His research interests concern citizenship education and the role participatory media might play in cultivating more democratic educational experiences. You can find his articles on academia.edu, ResearchGate, & Google Scholar. He even co-edited a book called Keywords in the Social Studies: Concepts and Conversations to be published by Peter Lang Publishing in 2018. Dan met Michael through his participation, and later since 2012 as a board member, of the non-profit #sschat network. They both liked talking with people so much that they started recording it as a podcast! He can be found on Twitter @dankrutka. He is on Twitter @dankrutka.

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Michael K. Milton teaches high school social studies in Massachusetts. In the classroom, he strives to make learning relevant and to further develop his students’ critical thinking skills. He serves on the Content Committee at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute creating opportunities for students to experience the US Senate. He co-moderates an online social studies community #sschat. He blogs semi-regularly on michaelkmilton.com. His lessons have been published in the Ohio Social Studies Review and highlighted in NCSS’s Social Education and Bloomberg BusinessWeek. One day he would like to travel around the world in a hot air balloon. He can be contacted at michaelmilton42@gmail.com or on twitter @42ThinkDeep.

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