James Sturtevant, an Ohio social studies teacher shares insight on his latest book, Hacking Engagement, part of the Hack Learning Series and we talk a little podcasting too!
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James Sturtevant is a veteran classroom teacher and author of Hacking Engagement: 50 Tips & Tools to Engage Teachers and Learners Daily. James is also the author of You’ve Gotta Connect (Incentive Publications, 2014), which launched him into the national spotlight as an expert in rapport-building in schools and engaging even the most reluctant learners. Jim’s work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Edutopia, Principal Leadership, Ohio Schools Magazine, Talks With Teachers, Join Up Dots, and many other educational resources. Jim lives in Ohio with his wife Penny Sturtevant, a middle school principal.
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Dr. Scott R. Rocco – Dr. Rocco is the _former_ Superintendent of Spotswood Public Schools in New Jersey (my alma mater), UPDATE: Rocco is now the Superintendent of Hamilton Public Schools, an adjunct professor at The College of New Jersey, an instructor in the NJEXCEL program, presenter, and co-founder/co-moderator of #Satchat on Twitter. He’s also one of the founders of Evolving Educators and the Tomorrow’s Classrooms Today Conference.
Scott has given keynotes, conference and group presentations on the use of social media for educators, school safety, marketing yourself, and various leadership topics.
Check out his latest book 140 Twitter Tips for Educators: Get Connected, Grow Your Professional Learning Network and Reinvigorate Your Career and be on the lookout for a Google Related book later in 2017.
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