1001 Dents

Suzanne Lustenhouwer has created a podcast series called '1001 Dents.' It explores some of the stories of impact that were first presented by Apple Distinguished Educators (ADE) in a three-minute showcase format at last year's Institute event in the UK.


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Storytelling is at the heart of most communities of practice and the Apple Education Community is no different. The ADE showcase format is designed to engage and stimulate conversation at an in-person event. Folks hear a range of three-minute stories about how technology has impacted a classroom. They subsequently connect with the presenter informally and dive deeper into how they might translate those learnings into effective action in their own classrooms.

Suzanne has distilled that process and extended it to a much wider audience through this new podcast series. Anyone who wants to hear and learn how folks have implemented technology for better learning and teaching can be inspired by the experiences of these educators. Each episode features the presentations of two educators from different locations around a common theme. This approach offers refreshing and stimulating perspective. The first episode centres on 'Casting the iPad in a Creative Role' and features Kerry Abercrombie from Scotland and Helen Larsson from Sweden. It certainly got me thinking.

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Posted on January 19, 2024

Thank you for sharing. I enjoy listening to Podcasts, but there are so many good ones out there, it can be difficult finding great ones like 1001 Dents.

Posted on January 26, 2024

Thank you for sharing this, Peter, as I may not have come across this otherwise! It's so good to hear examples and stories of what is happening in other schools to get creative! Looking forward to tuning in...

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