Rushton Hurley joins us from the Philippines with Jeff to discuss his books Making Your School Something Special and Making Your Teaching Something Special.
In this bonus episode, Jesse and Holly Clark talk about 10 Things to Do/Eat In Philly for ISTE 2019!
The end of the school year is near! The guys talk about how to end the year on a strong note.
Jennifer Cronk joins the Partial Avengers for a discussion about the best superhero teachers!
Holly Clark stops by along with guest co-host Ken Shelton to discuss teaching and coffee.
We recap April Fools Day in the classroom, we share what we’ve been reading, seeing, listening to, and talk about feedback in education.
Jessica Williams stops by to talk about game shows and shenanigans ensue!
Dave Whitehead and Ken Shelton guest star as we talk about some great ways to incorporate the NCAA Tournament into your curriculum.
Jessica Williams back to help us throw a Partial Credit style baby shower for Little Baby Piercey who may even be here by the time you listen to this episode!
Ken Shelton returns as we discuss multicultural education and what’s right and wrong with Black History Month.
We are joined by daughters of the podcast, Lily Heil and Jordan Lubinsky.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and love is in the air so break out your favorite rom-com and box of chocolates with the Partial Credit crew!
It's Super Bowl time and we’re in four down territory as we share our top four favorite ways for students to tell stories.
We're talking resolutions for 2019 and Donnie recaps his trip to Antarctica.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and that can mean only one thing. It must be time for a Partial Credit Holiday Extravaganza!
The Podfather, Chris Nesi, joins us for a dive into the world of podcasting and content creation in education.
What are you thankful for? Your favorite education podcast trio shares what they're thankful for in and out of education.
Eleven. Exactly one louder. This week, we're joined by college students Zoe Heil and Rachel Rosenzweig who discuss their school experiences.