I've Started a Podcast

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Our digital age has allowed us to connect with others like us in a profoundly impactful way. While some will always complain things are not the way they used to be, the ability to connect as we are able to now has, for me, generated a sense of the small-town feel goods.

 

One relationship contributing to this positive outlook has been the one developed with Mr. Ron Grosinger. Ron's story was posted on our blog and our relationship (which started from a few Instagram likes) has been a powerfully reflective and powerfully collaborative. 

 

This is why we have started a podcast. Click the recent episodes below or take a listen at https://anchor.fm/schoolshop.

Shop class with Mr. G and Mr Barbercheck

Harbor Freight Tools for Schools 2019 Competition Announcement (Sun, 07 Apr 2019)
In this episode, Ron and I get the opportunity to sit down with Tae Kang who is working with an organization that is kicking butt in supporting shop teachers. One of those ways is by annually rewarding a total of one million dollars to a total of 18 shop teachers and shop programs around the country. You have the chance to apply: Open to all U.S. public high school trades teachers. Applications may be started April 17 and must be submitted by June 17. If someone has a technical question, please contact Tae Kang at (424) 363-1783 or prize@hftforschools.org . Visit hftforschoolsprize.org for more information and to apply! Twitter: HFTforSchools  Instagram: hftforschools Instagram: @shopclasspodcast @jack.of.all.learning @mrgsworkshop Twitter: @RonGrosinger @JackOfAllLearnn Facebook: Shop Class Podcast Connect with us on LInked in as well: Matthew Barbercheck and Ron Grosinger. Thanks! Enjoy.  Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/schoolshop/support
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Episode 33, Business vs Education (Sun, 31 Mar 2019)
In episode 33, we get a special chance to talk with Barbercheck's dad who now retired, still pursues work as a business coach. As you know that title gets thrown around, however I really did feel that his questions and approach were helpful to an educator like myself. Hope you enjoy too. If you want more information on Senior (Richard) Barbercheck, follow this link... https://strategicorientation.com Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/schoolshop/support
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