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.
As a teacher, my measure of a great project is when my students are excited for their chosen presentation dates because they are deeply engaged in the task. That same eagerness has come from a lot of my guests on The Personal Playlist Podcast, which originated as a...read more
Shane Lawrence has been on the podcast podium for a few years now, and his offering has evolved to become The Ed Podcast, which you can catch on VoicEd Radio and through iTunes. The BYODcast was Shane’s first podcast, coincidentally inheriting the gear in time to put...read more
Carol Salva is an ESL teacher, a consultant, and the co-author of Boosting Achievement, a text for teachers who serve English Language Learners. Carol’s Personal Playlist Podcast reflects her proven practice of boosting achievement for herself, other teachers, and her “kiddos”.read more
Rola Tibshirani is a well-travelled, well-read, and reflective learner and educator. She and I always have so much to discuss, and it was nice to carve out a chunk of time to catch up with her and record her Personal Playlist Podcast. Rola and I first met through...read more
When I first learned through my mentor that my Building Outside the Blocks projects were avenues to personalized learning, I looked up the concept. I quickly discovered Personalize Learning and purchased Make Learning Personal by Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey....read more
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