Each month, I connect with other education podcasters in a mastermind group of sorts. We compare notes, talk about our work, share best practices, and wrestle with current challenges.
On the agenda for this month’s conversation: highlights and lessons learned from 2020. In terms of podcasting, what were the highs and lows? Where do we go from here?
Questions That Guided Our Discussion
- 1:10 – Who are you and what is the name of your educational podcast?
- 2:13 – What is one thing that you are celebrating about your podcast in 2020?
- 15:24 – What did you learn about your podcast (or podcasting in general) in 2020?
- 22:36 – What is one goal that you have for your podcast (or podcasts) in 2021?
- 37:12 – What is the next piece of content that you plan to publish?
- 45:51 – How can we connect with you? Where can we see and hear your content?
Meet the Edupodcaster Panelists and Visit Their Podcast Websites
- AJ Bianco from Podcast PD @AJBianco
- Chris Nesi from the House of EdTech podcast @HouseofEdTech
- Dr. Dan Kreiness from the Leader of Learning podcast @dr_kreiness
- Eric Guise from the GotTeched podcast @GuiseGotTechEd
- Jeff Bradbury from TeacherCast @TeacherCast
- John Sowash from the Chromebook Classroom Podcast @JRSowash
Connect with the Teachers on Fire Podcast on Social Media
- On Twitter @TeachersOnFire
- On Instagram @TeachersOnFire
- On Facebook @TeachersOnFire
- On LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/TimWCavey
- On Medium on The Teachers on Fire Magazine
- On YouTube @TeachersOnFire