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A podcast for K-12 art educators interested in connecting with colleagues and ideas. Each episode, hosted by Matt and Laura Grundler, takes you backstage with guest hosts from #K12ArtChat to dig into the latest art education innovations and resources. You’ll find tips, tools, and inspiration to keep you connected and moving forward.
 
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Let's K12 Better

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Let's K12 Better

Amber Coleman-Mortley (@MomOfAllCapes)

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Join Amber (@MomOfAllCapes) and her kids at their kitchen table, where family discussions are fun and informative! Learn from experts and explore innovative ideas that push for more meaningful, equitable, and compassionate K12 learning experiences for kids, parents, and educators.
 
Promoting education in engineering and design for all ages. Learn more and read transcripts at www.k12engineering.net. Produced by Pius Wong, engineer, of Pios Labs (www.pioslabs.com). This podcast is for educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents interested in bringing engineering to younger ages. Listen to real conversations among various professionals in the engineering education space, as we try to find better ways to educate and inspire kids in engineering thinking. For episode tr ...
 
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K12Online07 Audio Podcasts

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Presenters from the 2007 K-12 Online Conference

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This podcast channel (web feed) includes audio-only versions of all presentations published during the 2007 K-12 Online Conference. Learn more on www.k12onlineconference.org. The K-12 Online Conference invites participation from educators around the world interested in innovative ways Web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. This FREE conference is run by volunteers and open to everyone. The 2007 conference theme is “Playing with Boundaries”. This year’s conference beg ...
 
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K12Online08 Video Channel

K-12 Online Conference Conveners and Presenters

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Presentations from the 2008 K-12 Online Conference (video versions.) The 2008 K-12 Online Conference is a free, international, online event for educators around the globe. The purpose of the conference is to advance the use of leading-edge educational technologies (specifically web 2.0 tools) in the cause of high-quality K-12 teaching and learning, worldwide. The conference, and related information, is located at: http://k12onlineconference.org. A panel of distinguished technology educators ...
 
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K-12 Online Conference Conveners and Presenters

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Presentations from the 2008 K-12 Online Conference (audio-only versions.) The 2008 K-12 Online Conference is a free, international, online event for educators around the globe. The purpose of the conference is to advance the use of leading-edge educational technologies (specifically web 2.0 tools) in the cause of high-quality K-12 teaching and learning, worldwide. The conference, and related information, is located at: http://k12onlineconference.org. A panel of distinguished technology educa ...
 
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K12Online07 Video Podcasts

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Presenters from the 2007 K-12 Online Conference

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This podcast channel (web feed) includes video versions of all presentations published during the 2007 K-12 Online Conference. Learn more on www.k12onlineconference.org. The K-12 Online Conference invites participation from educators around the world interested in innovative ways Web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. This FREE conference is run by volunteers and open to everyone. The 2007 conference theme is “Playing with Boundaries”. This year’s conference begins w ...
 
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What does it mean to be “good” with technology? What are the 5 hidden habits of tech-savvy teens? How can educators and parents support technology learning habits in young people? In this episode, we sat down with Cassidy Puckett, assistant professor of sociology at Emory University. Cassidy is the author of REDEFINING GEEK: Bias and the Five Hidde…
 
The host of the Teaching Artist Podcast – Rebecca Potts Aguirre joins Team Grundler for this episode to talk about the balance between being a working artist as well as an art educator. Which comes first, your own art or teaching art? Rebecca and the Grundlers discuss how they juggle both careers and the inevitable overlap that happens between the …
 
In this episode – The Creativity Department discuss empowering women educators and artists with art educators Natalie Chanel, Tiffany Lin, and Jen Holsinger-Raybourn! Learn how they shine a light on female artists in their classes, tackle topics like pay transparency and how to advocate for it, how they ensure people of other cultures are represent…
 
In this episode - things are reversed! With a panel of previous guests, the Creativity Department develops questions to ask art educators in an upcoming #K12ArtChat on Twitter! Joined by Candido Crespo, Joe Boatfield and Raine Valentine, The Creativity Department dives into teacher appreciation, mental health, self-care, and difficulties the past 2…
 
“Social Studies is the curriculum of how we live our life.” YES! In this episode, we sat down with veteran educators Joe Schmidt and Nichelle Pinkney, co-authors of Civil Discourse Classroom Conversations for Stronger Communities. How do we leverage intellectual discomfort to grow and challenge ourselves and each other? What is the role of civil di…
 
In this episode, The Creativity Department is joined by the cofounders of the Zentangle® Method of artmaking – Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts! They share their story about Zentangle’s creation, the experiences they’ve had with students in the classroom, and the work they are doing with Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) researching the benefits o…
 
We use visual literacy in our lives every day, whether we’re aware of it or not. These skills help us interpret, evaluate, and learn about the world. They help us create visual media to better understand and communicate! In this episode, Paul Kretchmer and Jennifer Holsinger-Raybourn join The Creativity Department to discuss the importance of Visua…
 
Social media isn’t going anywhere. And neither is technology. So how do we help kids learn leadership skills and interpersonal skills so they can have successful social media experiences In this episode, we sat down with Jennifer Casa-Todd teacher-librarian, author, and co-founder of the Global Education Student Chat to discuss how parents and educ…
 
Host of the Who ARTed Podcast, Kyle Wood joins The Creativity Department in this episode! When faced with a scheduling change that left him with no prep time and an ever-rotating roster of students, Kyle turned to gamification and transformed his art room into a fun and engaging game show one day a week! But what does that mean? What exactly is gam…
 
How does chronic stress impact the brain? How does play support pro-social behavior in kids? What are misnomers about Title 1 schools? How can we better equip new teachers working in high-challenge schools so they can meet the needs of the students in their communities? How do we tell the difference between poverty stressors and brain function and …
 
The Creativity Department speaks with Jason Blair about bringing a personal and humanistic approach to the art room. Schools aren’t just preparing students for college and career; they’re also developing active citizens in humanity. Since there is no dedicated class for this, Jason uses exercises in his art room to build safe spaces and help studen…
 
The Physics Circus at The University of Texas at Austin tries to attract kids to science using loud and entertaining demonstrations that might not be as accessible to the average school. Led by graduate students doing the latest in physics research, The Physics Circus is getting back into live shows again. Joseph Ziegel is one of the coordinators o…
 
The Creativity Department speaks with Visual Art and Social Justice Educator Alisha Mernick about decentering whiteness in art education. Alisha specializes in using art making to engage students in a critical analysis of issues of identity, social justice, anti-racism, and civic engagement. Listen in to hear how Alisha breaks from the Eurocentric …
 
What is action civics? Why is student voice so important, especially right now? How can we use informed civics and action civics more efficiently together? How can we expand our understanding of what equity in civics could mean? So many questions! Civic education plays an important role in building a more inclusive, participatory, and equitable dem…
 
Youth Art Month has been around since 1961, but do you know what it’s all about? The Creativity Department talks with members of Virginia Art Education Association about Youth Art Month. Learn how they’ve used the month-long event to help advocate for their art programs, collaborate with other educators, and inspire their students!…
 
Why do you teach art? What makes you passionate about it? In this episode, The Creativity Department speaks with long time art educator Fahmi Khan about the “whys” of teaching art! Be inspired by her story of transitioning from practicing artist to art teacher, the journey of becoming an art teacher, and how she found her own “why” when she thought…
 
What makes current events so important? Where does news intersect with history? How do we find resources to support important civic conversations? What should parents understand about the importance of social studies and civic education, current events, or media literacy? In this episode, we sat down with David Olson, the Director of Education at R…
 
We started our podcast to discuss K12 education as a project and a response to COVID-19 with our first episode, “Schooling Through An Apocalypse.” What’s changed in education since lockdown happened in March 2020? Lots! In this episode, we discuss Virtual Academy, how schooling has evolved over the last two years, and more. Mom gets feedback on her…
 
The Creativity Department is joined by half of the Anti-Racist Art Teacher group for this episode! Body image is something we all struggle with, and it can be reassuring to know you’re not the only one with those feelings, especially as children. The Anti-Racist Art Teachers discuss their struggles with body image when they were students and share …
 
In this episode, The Creativity department is joined by Julie Hasson, author of Safe, Seen, and Stretched in the Classroom: The Remarkable Ways Teachers Shape Students’ Lives – a book about how to make an impact on your students in and out of the classroom. The Grundler’s conversation with Julie dives into how the techniques and principles covered …
 
In this episode, The Creativity Department speaks with author, artist and art educator Tim Needles about how to tackle conference attendance. From methods of implementing new learning to trends, takeaways, and connecting with your tribe, Tim shares expert insight into ways of getting the most out of your experience.…
 
In this episode The Creativity Department speaks with Ashley Washington M. ED., an Instructional Coach with Plano, ISD. During the conversation they delve into the importance of incorporating diversity in curriculum daily to ensure classrooms reflects all cultures and communities of learners. Making the conscious effort of continuing conversations …
 
In this episode, The Creativity Department speaks with elementary art educator Daniel Bryant about the importance of joy in the classroom and connecting with students on a personal level. From individual greetings at the door for each student to rap battles about contemporary artists and impromptu performances to end a design lesson, Daniel Bryant …
 
Welcome to season 3 and Happy Black History Month! We open up the season with a discussion on current events, books we’re reading, and how we plan to set the tone for this upcoming season. FYI… we are working on a new sound setup. We haven’t learned it all yet and appreciate your patience. We are attempting to capture all the nuances of the convers…
 
In this episode - The Creativity Department is joined by rapper Mekka Don! From the football field of Ohio State College to lawyer at a top firm in New York City and then MTV and CBS, Mekka Don has pushed boundaries and sparked conversations about non-conventional ways to approach entrepreneurship, mentorship, and race relations. Listen in to hear …
 
In this episode the Creativity Department speaks with NAEA’s Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Ray Yang! While the work we do for ourselves and our students around this topic is some of the toughest work we do as educators, it is deeply important and continuous. Success in this space requires us to be curious and approach learning with a…
 
Do scientific research articles sometimes sound like another language? To K-12 students, very often it’s yes. Tanya Dimitrova tried to help solve this problem by founding the Scientific Journal for Kids, where her team of writers, designers, and teachers translates articles from scientific research journals into more kid-friendly language. Tanya ta…
 
Art educator and artist Raine Valentine joins the Creativity Department on this episode. Raine talks about her Chippewa heritage and how it inspires her. Hear how indigenous philosophies have informed her creativity as she discusses her belief in the importance of expressing yourself. Self-expression is a powerful tool that will inspire others (stu…
 
What is an NFT exactly? In this episode The Creativity Department talks with Michael Cohen, AKA The Tech Rabbi, to find out! As an artist, author, and consultant Michael has experience in this fledging tech and how it could be implemented in the art room and school community. Advocacy for your art program, fundraisers for your school, digital art s…
 
In this episode, Matt and Laura talk with returning guest James Rees! Advocacy outside of the classroom and real-world experiences for students are important. One of the best resources for both of these things could be down the street at your local art gallery or museum. Involving students in the production process of exhibiting their artwork is a …
 
Happy New Year! In the first episode of 2022, The Creativity Department reflects on last year’s challenges and successes. Kick off the year with a little fun that covers "This or That" and some thoughts from teachers in the field.על ידי The Creativity Department
 
Financial literacy and financial freedom are interconnected. As we think ahead to the upcoming year, setting goals is always a great way to establish solid footing. Setting financial goals… that’s boss level! How do we bring our young people along as we learn more about financial planning and financial literacy? What can parents and educators do to…
 
In this episode - Thye Creativity Department speaks with professional artist and designer Erik Abel. Working from Southern Oregon, Abel's pieces have been featured in galleries around the country and abroad while his commercial work has attracted clients such as REI and Patagonia. Listen in to learn how this successful artist found his way to the w…
 
Many discussions on equity often fail to center the needs of special education students. In this episode, we sat down with Ashley Tucker, special educator, Dean, social-emotional learning enthusiast, and Ed Leadership student at Teachers College. On her Instagram she shares anti-racist, trauma-informed resources. We discuss a variety of techniques …
 
This week, Matt & Laura talk to fellow podcaster Candido Crespo! The Grundlers and Candido talk about building and nurturing your own creative community. Whether it be in the art room, in your wider community, or solely online – everyone can benefit by surrounding themselves with like minded people!על ידי The Creativity Department
 
What is synthetic biology? Researcher and professor Dr. Xiaojing Gao introduces this cutting edge field. He explains how his lab at Stanford University engineers biomolecular circuits, which are meant to be programmable, reproducible, and friendlier to mammalian cells than non-biological molecules. Xiaojing hopes to create the building blocks of th…
 
In this episode The Creativity Department speaks with Nancy Walkup, Editor in Chief, and Frank Juarez, Contributing Editor, of SchoolArts magazine. Learn about how easy it can be to get published, why it is so important, and all the beneficial things it can lead to (invitations to present, books, etc.). Getting published may be the best thing you d…
 
Do history, civics, and empathy work together? YES… yes, they work together! And if we allow them to work together, our students gain an appreciation for the act of “doing” social studies and history. We can make history come alive when students have the opportunity to explore cultural, gendered, and racial perspectives within the context of a hist…
 
In this episode – the Creativity Department speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Kelly Crow! One aspect of art that is commonly overlooked in the classroom is the business side. As an art reporter, it is Kelly’s job to stay on top of the fine art market, its collectors, and most importantly - its artists. During the conversation she dives into …
 
Learning in robotics doesn’t have to take weeks, if you can design, build, and test a robot in hours in a video game. Dan White, CEO of Filament Games, introduces RoboCo, their game meant to teach principles of robotics to players, from the mechanical design all the way to testing in the 3D world. Dan discusses cofounding Filament Games with partne…
 
The Creativity Department speaks with Jeannine Flores, Vice Chair of Create CA. Listen in to this informative conversation about building vibrant and visible local alliances that spark partnerships and spread art advocacy. Learn how Create CA is working to ensure every student receives a complete and creative education.…
 
In this episode – The Creativity Department talks with Kerri Smith, author of Wreck This Journal! Joining them is Carrie Baughcum, author of My Pencil Made Me Do It. Each author talks about their approach to sketch noting as art and as a form of self-care. Discover what inspired the creation of their books, their creative process, and how the promp…
 
In this episode – Team Grundler are chatting together about how to deal with end of the year burnout and reigniting the joy of teaching. Matt and Laura also go over your answers from the chat, stories from the art room and multiple happy teacher moments!על ידי The Creativity Department
 
In this episode The Creativity Department wraps up their chat with NAEA Leadership about Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (ED&I). This meaningful conversation, driven by questions and topics sent in for discussion from art educators in the field, continues to explore details we all must deeply consider when thinking through the work needed to creat…
 
In this episode – The Creativity Department chats with NAEA Leadership about Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (ED&I). This meaningful conversation, driven by questions and topics sent in for discussion from art educators in the field, dives into the detail we all must deeply consider when thinking through the work to be done to bring about social t…
 
Games are not only fun pastime activities, they’re great vehicles for learning. How can we use games to teach civics skills, social-emotional learning, and digital citizenship? How might we use games to teach us how to be together? In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Kat Schrier, Director of Games/Associate Professor at Marist College. She is als…
 
Matt and Laura chat with Keisha Casiano about dignity in the art room. How do you teach students about mindsets and to be proud of who they are, no matter their disability? It’s harder than it sounds, that’s where Keisha comes in. She has years of experience working with students with disabilities and learning to overcome her own disability. Whethe…
 
The Creativity Department talks with Dr. Dorothy VanderJagt of iFireUp about embedded professional learning. Dr. VanderJagt dives into the importance of developing a culture of trust among educator colleagues to ensure a safe space exists. Meaningful PD is built on this trust and the ability to safely cross examine and collaborate. When PD is embed…
 
Orlando Bolaños talks with the Creativity department about Social Engagement Practice, how our art rooms are mirroring the diversity of our students, and how Culturally Relevant Pedagogy can be used to achieve teaching goals. Orlando goes into detail about how a student’s own identity can be used to develop strong student-teacher relationships and …
 
The Creativity Department speaks with Sandra Munoz & Esmerelda Fernandez, bilingual art educators from Plano, Texas. Sandra and Esmerelda share their experiences with ELs, the communities they come from, and how the arts can help them find their personal identities. It’s not always easy to create equity in bilingual communities, but Sandra and Esme…
 
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