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The Innocent Classroom | Alexs Pate• 64 min
In this episode Mike and Glen debate whether our students should be using keyboards, what one to one device is the best and our guest this week is author Alex Pate. Guest: Alexs Pate Our guest this week is a New York Times bestseller author. and the President and CEO of Innocent Technologies. He is the creator of the Innocent Classroom, a program for K–12 educators that aims to transform U.S. public education and end disparities by closing the relationship gap between educators and students of color. Prior to this, he was a professor and teacher at Macalester College, the University of Minnesota, Naropa University, and the University of Southern Maine's Stonecoast Creative Writing Program. We’re excited to have on the podcast Alexs Pate!Alexs on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlexsPateThe Innocent Classroom: https://innocentclassroom.com/ Notes:#ChatOnEducation is now LIVE on https://twitch.tv/insideparticipate every FRIDAY at 8pm ET. Join us!OnEducation is now on YouTube! Subscribe to the channel and listen to prior episodes as they are released!: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu2fkhy9cnZZbggW8_K3FgQMike on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/misterwashburnGlen on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/irvspanishParticipate on Twitch: https://twitch.tv/insideparticipateMike launched his Minecraft server! Complete this form for an allow list request https://bit.ly/mwservereducator It’s time to move away from keyboards: Andy Leiser said it two years ago...we are still in the exact same place as years ago as far as 1 to 1 device purchases and the insistence that they need keyboards: https://medium.com/@AndyLeiser/qwerty-creativity-killer-17a4b8002ca1 Today's podcast is brought to you by: Participate: The presenting sponsor of OnEducation is Participate. Lately, teachers from all over have been working together to find new approaches to provide quality, remote education. Participate’s sister company, Participate Learning, presents: United We Teach--a global gathering place for educators to share distance-learning resources and relatable discussions as we navigate these strange times. For these resources and more, including weekly live chats, visit participate.com/oneducation.
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