The Personal Playlist Podcast with Noa Daniel
Noa Daniel asks her guests to tell her about three songs in their life: one that has some nostalgic value, one that reveals something about their own identity, and one that acts as a personal motivator. The conversation is rich and…well…songful.
And here are Noa’s written reflections about her Personal Playlist Podcast experience.
I first came to know Mark Weston as I trepidatiously took on Twitter. I had joined only a few months before and was a reluctant tweeter, when this gracious person came from no where and began encouraging me. I was unsure, so I hung back only to realize that this was...read more
When I was listening to Derek Rhodenizer’s podcast with Shawn Berry Clark on Beyond the Classroom, I was really excited by her perspective and style. She spoke about pushing boundaries and putting yourself into your teaching. I related to her feeling of risk when she...read more
Derek Rhodenizer and I first met as new ONedchat members who are part of a collaborative team planning and moderating this wonderful biweekly chat for Ontario teachers and the world. We discuss matters of interest and navigate the educational landscape through...read more
When I introduced Cluff as The Guy on the second Personal Playlist Podcast (P3), I didn’t do justice to where that idea began. When we first met in person through a YRDSB #PubPD event, Chris started sharing some stories from his work where teachers would come to him...read more
When Stephen Hurley asked if I was ready to propose a show for VoiceEd Radio, I was. I hadn’t thought it through, but I wondered if a show on a personal playlist would work. While I was explaining the Building Outside the Blocks project that inspired this notion, he...read more