Check out Episode 003, a conversation between Jessica Berg, a talented teacher, curriculum writer, and influencer, and our host, Ryan Tibbens. They begin by discussing her new Women's Studies course that will be available in several Loudoun County high schools this fall. Throughout the rest of the episode, they address feminism, the Equal Rights Amendment, equal pay for women, US Women's soccer, teachers' intellectual property rights, improving schools, forming relationships with students, and great books and movies. Enjoy! (And, as always, leave comments to let us know what you like and what you want to hear more about!)
Don't forget to check out the shorter clips and highlights posted below the full episode!
ClassCast -- Full Episode 003 --
|ClassCast -- Ep.002.1 -- Esther Kim -- Unwanted Job Interviews & Google U.|
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Side Jobs: Saying No, Community, & Pricing
|ClassCast -- Ep.002.2 -- Esther Kim -- Side Jobs: Saying No, Community, and Money|
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Student Loans & Family Planning
|ClassCast -- Ep.002.3 -- Esther Kim -- Student Loans & Family Planning|
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Teacher Motivation & Pay
|ClassCast -- Ep.002.4 -- Esther Kim -- Teacher Motivation & Pay|
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Waiting on Crazy Spoon Mom
|ClassCast -- Ep.002.5 -- Esther Kim -- Waiting on Crazy Spoon Mom|
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Check out this UPDATED, IMPROVED first full episode of ClassCast, our podcast focusing on how school and education function in people's "real" lives. This episode features Eric Hernandez, a former student of Ryan Tibbens, a professional boxer, the owner/operator of Knockoutfitness LLC, and an all-around great guy. We've stalled the release of Episode #001 because Eric let slip that he and Ciera are expecting (and today, we found out that it will be a BOY)! Episode #001 is great because it captures raw, unplanned, unstructured conversation about school, business, and more; however, this was also the first episode, so our volume is a little low and we lost a few minutes of material because we were still learning.
Where philosophy, policy, pedagogy, & people come together in honest, purposeful conversations about improving school & education for our students & our communities.