Sometimes helping everyone feel heard and understood can be a challenge in a group setting, especially in the classroom.
In this episode of the Quiet and Strong Podcast, educator Stacey Roshan discusses how she uses technology and several other strategies to help students find their voice and be heard. As an introvert herself, Stacey's goal as a high school math teacher was to be the kind of teacher she wished she had growing up. Now as a speaker and author, she helps educators all over learn new ways to help all students connect.
Guest: Stacey Roshan
Stacey Roshan is an educator, speaker, tech innovator, and author. She is passionate about discovering and sharing innovative ways to leverage technology to deepen relationships, build confidence, and create a safe learning environment where every student feels empowered to share their voice. Her work has been featured in USA Today, The Washington Post, CNN, and PBS Newshour. In addition to teaching high school students to love and understand math, Stacey works closely with faculty to design tech-infused lessons aimed at providing the optimal learning environment for all students.
Stacey's Book: Tech with Heart - Leveraging Technology to Empower Student Voice, Ease Anxiety, & Create Compassionate Classrooms
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Other books mentioned in this podcast:
Quiet by Susan Cain
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