Jake Miller – Why Educators Shouldn’t Feel Inadequate
Hello, and welcome to Episode 101 of the Planning Period Podcast, your #EdBreakroom. I’m your host, Brad Shreffler.
This week on the show I am joined by Jake Miller. Jake is the host of the Educational Duct Tape podcast, a tech coach out of Ohio, and THE #EduGIF guy. He and I met in person for the first time at ISTE and I asked him to be on the show. A few months later, we are both finally free and were able to line it up.
Jake and I talk about his podcast, what it’s like being a technology coach, the problems with teachers feeling inadequate and how they are good enough, the importance of reflection and recognizing that sometimes it is your fault, and how important being passionate about your content is.
So, sit back and enjoy Episode 101 of the Planning Period Podcast, my interview with Jake Miller.
Jake, thank you so much for joining me on the show! It was a lot of fun to chat, and I look forward to joining you on Educational Duct Tape sometime.
To connect with Jake, you can find him on Twitter @JakeMillerTech and at his website, JakeMiller.net. Also, do not miss out on his podcast, the Educational Duct Tape podcast. It is a bonkers show with lots of great info, and you can find it at eduducttape.com
Also, don’t forget that if you’re interested in Jake’s GIF-a-day program, and would like a chance to get a free registration, fill out his quick survey at bit.ly/jakemillergiveaway.
If you have comments or questions about the show, you can always connect with me on twitter, @BradShreffler, and now on Instagram @BradShreffler as well. I love to hear from you there. That’s also a great place to connect if you’d like to be a guest on the show. Or, the Feedback Page on my website gives you options for feedback as well, which you can find at BradShreffler.com/Feedback.
Until next week, remember that you are good enough.
Toney Jackson, @herhymeswithme
Music provided by:
Vicious by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/