Mission Monday provides a plan to enhance school communities one week at time with intentional interventions that focus on building positive relationships between students, teachers, parents, and the community. In this episode, Sam (@samuelstecher) makes Mark (@mc_bossy) play a game called “Defend Your Tweet.” The issue of professional attire is addressed throughout the conversation, and they both strive to answer the question: “Does dressing like a professional make you a professional?” We would love to hear your comments. As always…Point. […]
This week we cover new announcements from Google about Hangouts for everyone along with better support and an eject button. Google Drive might look different in the coming weeks, but like it or hate it, the new appearance is most likely here to stay. Learn how to split or concatenate cells in Sheets and Chris shares how to open Microsoft Office files in Google Drive with their new add-on along with making it the default way to open Office docs on your operating system.
It’s been a while since or last Episode! On this installment find out where the EduWin Crew of James Gubbins, Michelle Russell and Carlos Fernandez have been! Learning new things and exploring new horizons has kept us from producing the show as consistently as we would like. We are deeply committed to the #EduWin movement and thought it high time we get back on the air!
Join Nick Cusumano and Danielle Filas live together from the Educational Theatre Association Annual Conference, as they welcome John Prignano from Music Theatre International. John Prignano is the senior operations officer for MTI. John shares the great resources and their commitment to customer service that MTI has to offer. John tells Nick and Danielle how got started in the business of show and all the different positions he has held at MTI. John also shares updates that will be coming to MTI website.
Today on the Educast, we welcome two new faces to the show. First Megan Ellis a language arts teacher from Palo Alto will join the gang, and she kicks off her first show live, roughing it from Maui. We’re stoked to have Megan on the team. Our special guest for the show is none other than EdTech royalty, Andrew Stillman, creator of insanely useful scripts and Add-ons … most notably, Doctopus and Autocrat.
I’m in the midst what is commonly called the Abagnale Phase of a new career. And by commonly called I mean just me really. I’m the only one that calls it that. So not it’s not common vernacular at all. But I think it could be a thing. Like a thing people say as a commonly understood colloquialism. Or at least maybe something that attains Urban Dictionary status. I’m guessing that as you read this most of you do not […]
Join Nick Cusumano as he welcomes Fred Stuart, the director of marketing, for Theatrical Rights Worldwide. As agents for the authors, TRW grants live stage production rights.They also provide the authorized performance materials required to rehearse and present these musicals, in addition to innovative products aimed at helping the artistic and commercial value of those presentations.Fred explains the process of how to licenses a musical from Theatrical Rights World Wide. Fred shares titles from their catalogue for perfect for high schools and community theaters to produce to such Spamalot, Curtains, All Shook Up and more. Fred enlightens us on how TRW has been on the for front of incorporating technology resources for their customers into improve the production process such as electronic perusals and musical resources.
Mission Monday provides a plan to enhance school communities one week at time with intentional interventions that focus on building positive relationships between students, teachers, parents, and the community. In this episode, Mark (@mc_bossy) and Sam (@samuelstecher) talk to Rick Marlatt (@rickmarlatt) about his plethora of experiences: middle school teacher, soon-to-be high school teacher, college adjunct professor, and writer/award winner of poetry. He also talks about the college students he recently had the pleasure of teaching, how they come from […]