In this one-on-one episode with Dave and Adam, the gents, inspired by Marvel's new Disney+ show "What If...?", discuss ways to recognize how we might be sliding back into outdated pre-COVID teaching strategies and how we might shift the story to benefit teachers, students, administrators, and stakeholders alike. By no means are these proven strategies or research-driven ideas. Instead it's a chance to take a look at the art of teaching from a different perspective. As usual, the opinions expressed, as skewed as they may be, are purely our own. 

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"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Today, Dave and Adam chat with Rachel McVeagh, one of the teachers/coaches who paved the way for the system that is now called the Google Certified Coach Program. In this episode we discuss how the program got started and how it works, plus some new stuff going on in space, some fun stuff on the internet, and Dave's new obsession with 3D printed, laser cooked chicken.

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"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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In this episode, Adam and Dave get to spend some time talking with the project manager of Google for Education's Trainer program May Jue. May took over the program two years ago, and since then it's seen some dramatic shifts and has become an important liaison between Google's education user base and the developers who build the products. In this episode, they also chat about new insights in Google calendar, Super Mario in real life, changes to the Google Certified Educator exams, and, of course, Ted Lasso.

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"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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August 13, 2021

Gamestorming with Jon Spike

In this episode, Adam and Dave chat with game based learning enthusiast and entrepreneur Jon Spike. Jon and the boys discuss post-secondary tech challenges, Jon's project Gamestormers, and things that make them tingle.

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"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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In episode 9, Adam and Dave chat with Kim Darche, a tech coach and teacher from the Chicago area. With an uncertain year in the rear view and an uncertain year on the horizon, it's important to take a minute to reset, reflect, and move forward with lessons from 2020. Kim is stressing this concept with her staff, and it's one we should all take seriously going forward. Oh, and they talk about how Dave has a Tesla.

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"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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