Shake Up Learning Show
Summary: Host Kasey Bell, is an edtech leader, international speaker, author, blogger, and digital learning coach for K-12 teachers. Kasey helps teachers learn how to meaningfully integrate technology in the classroom through her expert presentations, on-air coaching calls, and powerful interviews with educational leaders and discussions with student guests. Learn how to integrate technology and digital learning tools, grow as a leader, refine your instructional strategies, and transform your classroom. Kasey is also an expert in Google for Education and G Suite tools, as well as Google Certifications. If you’re looking for PRACTICAL ideas that you can use in class tomorrow, look no further. The Shake Up Learning Show will help you become a more dynamic teacher and Shake Up Learning in your classroom!
Google Classroom is a fantastic tool for the K12 classroom, but did you know it is a great tool for professional learning? In this episode, we will explore 15 ways to use Google Classroom to support professional learning experiences (PD) for teachers through blended workshops, online courses, book studies, challenges, and more. (Access the full show notes: http://ShakeUpLearning.com/34)
Chromebooks are now used by over 30 million teachers and students and have the potential to revolutionize learning. Let's take a closer look at Google's new Chromebook App Hub and free resources and discover hundreds of new ways to use digitals for learning in the classroom. (Shownotes available at
In this episode, Kasey chats with the author, Lisa Johnson, about her latest book, Creatively Productive. Lisa shares tips, tools, and FREE templates to help teachers and students get organized, take better notes, track habits, and become more productive.
Teacher book studies can be a wonderful way to grow as a professional. In this episode, Kasey takes a deep dive into purposeful planning and implementation tips, as well as tips for meaningful participation so you can maximize the book study experience! (Show notes: http://shakeuplearning.com/31)
There are so many amazing digital tools that teachers can use to support writing in the classroom. As a former writing teacher, I can't help but geek out a little at all the possibilities. But when it comes to G Suite, and Google Docs, in particular, there are some excellent tools that can help teachers and students throughout the writing process. In this episode, you will learn 9 Ways to Improve Student Writing in Google Docs. (Show notes: http://shakeuplearning.com/30)
In this episode, you will learn insider Google Classroom tips that most teachers don't know, as well as, the 2019 updates to help you rock the school year! Get all the details and the show notes here: http://shakeuplearning.com/29
On this episode, I welcome Jon Corippo, Chief Learning Officer at CUE, as we discuss how to use EduProtocols to save time and increase learning in your classroom. Jon has made it his life’s mission to find ways to engage and inspire his students while saving himself time and energy on unnecessary routines. Together with his co-author Marlena Hebern, he has created a wonderful field guide on creative ways to use technology and engage the classroom.
27: How to Create Drag and Drop Activities with Google Slides
It’s time for another on-air coaching session! My guest on this episode is Vicki Huepel, a high school science teacher from Montana, and member of the Shake Up Learning community, who is trying to create meaningful collaboration in the classroom. Listen in and we breakdown an entire lesson to see where it can be elevated and updated.
Is Microsoft making a comeback in education? Today’s guest is the gadget guru herself Leslie Fisher. I brought Leslie to the show to answer the EdTech community’s biggest question, is Microsoft making a comeback in education? You won’t want to miss our chat about what’s new with Microsoft, and some of Leslie’s other favorite tools and gadgets.
Around the U.S., teachers are gearing up for back to school--gathering ideas, planning lessons, and getting their classrooms ready for learning. Google tools can help you kick off the school year, get organized, and have some fun. So I thought now was a great time to share a few back to school activities with my favorite Google tools.
Welcome back to the show ya’ll! Today I’m talking with another amazing student guest about coding, art, and student-led innovation. Ainsley McClard is going into the 7th grade next year and she chats about some amazing projects she’s been involved in, what she thinks about the grading system, and why she started her own business!
22: Power Up Your Classroom with Game Play
21:[LIVE from ISTE] 10 Awesome Ways to Use Flipgrid in Your Classroom
20: The Problem Solving Generation [interview with Google’s Jaime Casap]