Episode 096: Breaking Code with Daphne McMenemy The BeerEDU Podcast

The BeerEDU Podcast Episode 096: Breaking Code with Daphne McMenemy.  Kyle & Ben chat with Daphne McMenemy (@McMenemyTweets) about her role as a K2 educator, how having the same students for multiple years has helped her during the pandemic, teaching coding to littles during the pandemic and remotely, her Gracie children books, and her role with CodeBreaker, Inc. Check out the shownotes for this episode at www.beeredupodcast.com. Have any feedback or suggestions for Kyle and Ben? Want them to talk about a topic that interests you or want to learn something about beer? Send them an email at info@beeredupodcast.com, tweet them @BeerEDUPod and use #BeerEDUPod, hit up Beeredupodcast on Facebook, follow on Instagram @beeredupod, check out the YouTube channel at bit.ly/beereduyoutube or drop a voicemail using the Anchor app.  And please consider leaving a review on your favorite podcasting app to help others find the podcast! Visit www.beeredupodcast.com for more information on Kyle & Ben, episodes, etc. If you would like to be a guest on the podcast, click on the Contact and Subscription Info link of the website and fill out our guest form! The BeerEDU Podcast is partnered with School Rubric to bring you great content from educators around the world! Learn more by visiting www.schoolrubric.com. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-beeredu-podcast/support
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