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Liam D. Auliciems and Scott Harding: PRACE-E, Teachers, and Teaching, part 2 - 282

Liam D. Auliciems and Scott Harding: PRACE-E, Teachers, and Teaching, part 2 - 282

February 22, 2020

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Welcome back! This is part 2 of my interview with Liam D. Auliciems and Scott Harding. They are working in Australia. We talk about their organization PRAC-E, teachers, and teaching in Australia, England, and the US. Lots to learn. Thanks for listening. Don't forget that this is part 2 of a two part series. Episode 281 is part one. So take a moment and listen to part 1 first. You won't be disappointed. This is one of my all time favorite interviews. Liam and Scott are amazing!!!

PRAC-E was founded in 2018 in Australia, by Liam D. Auliciems and Scott Harding, after they could not withstand the growing statistics of the ‘teacher drought’ any longer. Join us in part 1 of a two part series as we talk about the teacher drought, PRAC-E, teachers, and teaching. This has to be one of my all time favorite talks - ever! Liam and Scott are amazing! Thanks for listening! This is episode 281 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

PRAC-E is an initiative to support beginning teachers through best in class digital media and in-person symposium events.

PRAC-E is made by teachers, for teachers.

PRAC-E has connected with some of Australia’s leading Universities and have also independently run several PRAC-E Symposiums, where a varied panel of educators aim to demystify the profession for beginning teachers in a Q&A format.

PRAC-E also creates regular digital media, such as the #ASKPRAC-ENANYTHING and Teach Hack Challenge video series, as well as the PRAC-E Podcast.

Through this content, PRAC-E has connected with several notable people to spread its message. This exposure includes a primetime story feature on the national ABC News, collaborations with influential teacher media creators, as well as a guest appearance on the Teachers Need Teachers Podcast, and EduMagic podcast in the U.S. PRAC-E’s aim is to support beginning teachers, to create a budding community and to bring an end to the teacher drought.

Bio for Liam D. Auliciems
Liam D. Auliciems is an education entrepreneur, academic researcher, registered teacher and a postgrad Masters student from Australia. After seeing first-hand the dismal state of affairs of beginning teachers across the world, Liam co-founded PRAC-E to help find a solution to the ‘teacher drought’. Liam has had a varied experience during his short time in the teaching profession, from being a Residential Tutor in one of Brisbane’s largest private schools, to volunteering his time to support some of Australia’s lowest socio-economic students. Liam hopes to be an agent of change in the educational sphere, to disrupt the status quo and challenge traditional ideals of pedagogy and student care.

Bio for Scott Harding
Scott Harding has been dubbed the ‘educational all-rounder’ due to his wealth of experience in the teaching profession. Through his 22+ years in the classroom, Scott has had first-hand experience in every type of school you could imagine, from co-ed/single sex, private/public in both his home country of England and Australia. Scott has an undying passion for mentoring beginning teachers and has begun numerous ventures to ‘send the elevator back down’. Scott has a seemingly never-ending supply of poignant anecdotes, practical advice and entertaining stories, all of which carry important lessons for beginning teachers. Scott is currently a senior teacher in one of Brisbane’s quickest moving independent schools, and teaches English and French at the Secondary level.

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Don't forget...if you haven't listened to episode 281 ...it is part 1 of this 2 part series.

Enjoy!

Connect with Liam and Scott and find out more:

praceproductions@gmail.com

https://www.prac-e.com/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjYZnQTe_bVQz4TbyhmxwZA

https://www.instagram.com/prac_e/

https://www.facebook.com/praceproductions/

https://twitter.com/prac_e

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/prac-e-podcast/id1353493632?mt=2

https://teachconnect.edu.au/

https://www.linkedin.com/company/prac-eproductions/

https://open.spotify.com/show/4TzyRuXziaFctjenxzRbqL

Length - 1:15:07

Liam D. Auliciems & Scott Harding: PRAC-E, Teachers, and Teaching, part 1 - 281

Liam D. Auliciems & Scott Harding: PRAC-E, Teachers, and Teaching, part 1 - 281

February 14, 2020

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PRAC-E was founded in 2018 in Australia, by Liam D. Auliciems and Scott Harding, after they could not withstand the growing statistics of the ‘teacher drought’ any longer. Join us in part 1 of a two part series as we talk about the teacher drought, PRAC-E, teachers, and teaching. This has to be one of my all time favorite talks - ever! Liam and Scott are amazing! Thanks for listening! This is episode 281 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

PRAC-E is an initiative to support beginning teachers through best in class digital media and in-person symposium events.

PRAC-E is made by teachers, for teachers.

PRAC-E has connected with some of Australia’s leading Universities and have also independently run several PRAC-E Symposiums, where a varied panel of educators aim to demystify the profession for beginning teachers in a Q&A format.

PRAC-E also creates regular digital media, such as the #ASKPRAC-ENANYTHING and Teach Hack Challenge video series, as well as the PRAC-E Podcast.

Through this content, PRAC-E has connected with several notable people to spread its message. This exposure includes a primetime story feature on the national ABC News, collaborations with influential teacher media creators, as well as a guest appearance on the Teachers Need Teachers Podcast, and EduMagic podcast in the U.S. PRAC-E’s aim is to support beginning teachers, to create a budding community and to bring an end to the teacher drought.

Bio for Liam D. Auliciems
Liam D. Auliciems is an education entrepreneur, academic researcher, registered teacher and a postgrad Masters student from Australia. After seeing first-hand the dismal state of affairs of beginning teachers across the world, Liam co-founded PRAC-E to help find a solution to the ‘teacher drought’. Liam has had a varied experience during his short time in the teaching profession, from being a Residential Tutor in one of Brisbane’s largest private schools, to volunteering his time to support some of Australia’s lowest socio-economic students. Liam hopes to be an agent of change in the educational sphere, to disrupt the status quo and challenge traditional ideals of pedagogy and student care.

Bio for Scott Harding
Scott Harding has been dubbed the ‘educational all-rounder’ due to his wealth of experience in the teaching profession. Through his 22+ years in the classroom, Scott has had first-hand experience in every type of school you could imagine, from co-ed/single sex, private/public in both his home country of England and Australia. Scott has an undying passion for mentoring beginning teachers and has begun numerous ventures to ‘send the elevator back down’. Scott has a seemingly never-ending supply of poignant anecdotes, practical advice and entertaining stories, all of which carry important lessons for beginning teachers. Scott is currently a senior teacher in one of Brisbane’s quickest moving independent schools, and teaches English and French at the Secondary level.

Thanks for listening!

Please share and subscribe!

Come back next week for the exciting conclusion with Liam and Scott in Episode 282!

Enjoy!

Connect with Liam and Scott and find out more:

praceproductions@gmail.com

https://www.prac-e.com/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjYZnQTe_bVQz4TbyhmxwZA

https://www.instagram.com/prac_e/

https://www.facebook.com/praceproductions/

https://twitter.com/prac_e

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/prac-e-podcast/id1353493632?mt=2

https://teachconnect.edu.au/

https://www.linkedin.com/company/prac-eproductions/

https://open.spotify.com/show/4TzyRuXziaFctjenxzRbqL

Length - 1:15:07

David Miletto: Italian Heritage, Family Stories, Chicago, Life, & Art, conclusion - 280

David Miletto: Italian Heritage, Family Stories, Chicago, Life, & Art, conclusion - 280

February 7, 2020

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David Miletto completes his talk with me today as we learn more about his art, the help he is seeking and a little more about Lynda. This is episode 280 of Teaching Learning Leading K12.

This is the conclusion of my interview with David Miletto. Over the four episodes he talked about his Italian heritage, shared family stories, recalled thoughts about growing up in and around Chicago, related his memories of coming of age from the late 1950's through the early 1970's and explained his ideas about his works of art. I hope that you see an opportunity not to just listen to someone share their life experiences but also think about how students could use interviews as such to help them better understand the past. 

David recently published his story about his 25 year relationship with Lynda that you heard him mention during the interviews. His book is called "Images of an Idea Lost." See the link below to get a copy from Apple Books.

Our talk took place over four episodes which spanned several months just as the original interviews took place over several meetings. Go back to episodes 269, 271, and 277 to listen to David's story from the beginning. See the links below.

Thanks for listening.

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Enjoy!

 

Connect with David:

dgmiletto@gmail.com

Episode 69

Episode 71

Episode 77

Link to Images of an Idea Lost on Apple Books

 

Length - 58:19

Adam Geller: Evidence of Practice - 279

Adam Geller: Evidence of Practice - 279

February 1, 2020

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Adam Geller is the founder and CEO of Edthena and the author of Evidence of Practice: Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning. Evidence of Learning explains how using video observation and video coaching can have high impact on teacher growth. This is episode 279 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

He started his career in education as a science teacher in St. Louis, Missouri. Since 2011, Adam has overseen the evolution of Edthena from a paper-based prototype into a research-informed and patented platform used by schools, districts, teacher training programs, and professional development providers.

Adam has written on education technology topics for various publications including Education Week, Forbes, and edSurge, and he has been an invited speaker about education technology and teacher training for conferences at home and abroad.

Today, we are going to focus on Adam’s book written with Annie Lewis O’Donnell - Evidence of Practice: Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning.

Great topic! Lots to learn

Thanks for listening!

Don't forget to share and subscribe!

Enjoy!

Connect with Adam and Learn More:

https://www.linkedin.com/company/edthena/

https://www.evidenceofpractice.com/

https://twitter.com/edthena

https://www.facebook.com/Edthena/

https://www.edthena.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamgeller/

 

Length - 46:33

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