AJEd 019 : Adam Bellow: White House Presidential Innovation Fellow

In this episode of the Adam Jones Education Podcast, I chat with Adam Bellow. Founder of EduTecher, EduClipper and currently serving as a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow. We talk about his career, his kids, trends in EdTech and the value of communication when navigating all things technology! Some questions from the episode: Why does […]

Hacking Assessment: Perspective-taking and Feedback

In August, I wrote this short piece for Starr Sackstein’s recently published book, Hacking Assessment. Thanks for asking Starr — it was a lot of fun to reflect and put these words down! *** Teaching is an art form. It is a delightful dance of perspective-taking and feedback. Paradoxically, the most impactful teaching is often […]

AJEd 015 : Alan McIntyre: Problem-based Learning at Proctor Academy

  In this episode of the Adam Jones Education Podcast, I chat with Proctor Academy Science Teacher, Alan McIntyre. He explains what problem-based learning looks like in his classroom and why it is essential to his teaching philosophy. We also talk about his AP curriculum and how he coaches his students to become independent learners. […]

AJEd 007 : James Sturtevant: Author of “You’ve Gotta Connect”

In this episode of the Adam Jones Education Podcast, I chat with veteran educator and author, James Sturtevant of the Big Walnut High School (a suburban institution with 1200 students) in Columbus, OH. We talk about his teaching philosophy revolving around building lasting bonds with his students. The central tenants of his paradigm shifting practice are compassion, […]

Does LiveStream have a role in Education?

I have a long list of ideas piling up that I want to spend more time thinking about and developing. Since the start of the year, my “non-work” time has been centered around getting the Adam Jones Education Podcast off the ground and moving.  Lots to learn, still. Interview preparation. Interviewing style and approach. Production. Post-production. […]