Monte Syrie is Making Headlines
Monte Syrie and Project 180 have been making headlines since signing with Code Breaker.
Nina Culver, in her article for The Spokesman-Review, wrote “…his tweets caught the attention of Code Breaker Inc., a Canadian company that focuses on elevating the voices of teachers…they reached out and said they were interested in publishing a book based on his blog.” Read the full article here.
Code Breaker Ambassador Recognized as an EdTech Influencer to Follow in 2021
Alfonso Mendoza Jr., better known as My EdTech Life, has been included in Clever Books Official’s list of top 50 Global EdTech Influencers on Artificial Intelligence to follow in 2021! Congratulations!
I am thankful and humbled to be included with such great names in education. Thank you @Clever_Books for your work in sharing the power of #ARVR in Education!#MyEdTechLife #ARVR #AugmentedReality #Inspire #Create https://t.co/YjhtJBQ0FK— My EdTech Life (@MyEdTechLife) December 17, 2020
Our Leadership Lounge Opened Its Virtual Doors This Month
Hosted by Matthew X. Joseph, the Code Breaker Leadership Lounge kicked off last month.
We welcomed leaders from around the globe to collaborate, expand connections and grow their PLN. Our Leadership Lounge is a digital space for leaders to laugh, share, learn, vent, and connect with other leaders around all things education. Join us every Friday at 10amEST. Sign up at lead.codebreakeredu.com to get a weekly link sent right to your inbox!
Define YOUniversity Hits Bookshelves
Lindsay Titus brings us her Define YOUnivserity 30-Day Journal created with educators in mind to ignite the passion for our lives.
She brings us this journal to provide a sense of daily inspiration, intentional reflection, and a place to capture our hearts, our minds, and our souls. From Lindsay herself, “When YOU use this journal, open your heart, open your mind, to what YOU desire most. To what INSPIRES you. To what IGNITES you! I hope YOU enjoy this journal, but more than that, I hope YOU know how LOVED you are each and every day!” Visit our website to pick up your copy today!
Brian Aspinall Dusts Off His YouTube Channel
We’re Taking the Virtual Stage
This month you can find many of our leaders hosting educators across the continent as they hit the virtual conference stages this month!
The Lenihan Intermediate School in Marshalltown, Iowa welcomes Brian Aspinall on February 15th. He is the Central Alberta Teachers’ Convention keynote on February 18th and the Pine Ridge Math Association will host Brian on February 25th.
Daphne McMenemy delivers her first keynote, Hacking Through Modern Learning, on February 19th at BYTE2021, Manitoba’s largest edTech conference.
OCSB in Ontario, Canada welcomes Brian Aspinall and Daphne McMenemy on February 24th for their third session in a 4-part series on the integration of coding into the elementary curriculum.
Charles Williams will be speaking about Leading through Crisis at TCEA Convention & Exposition’s virtual event on February 1st.
Chris Woods will hit the virtual stage on February 2nd-4th at the Virginia Children’s Engineering Convention, on February 17th at the West Virginia STEM Speaker Series, and on February 26th-27th at Innovation in STEM & Digital Classroom.
Matthew X. Joseph will be speaking on digital leadership and student voice at TCEA on February 6th and IDEAcon on February 22nd and 23rd. On February 26th, you’ll find him at the Leading Beyond Covid Tech & Learning Summit event series.
We wish our leadership team the best of luck this month! Visit the links in the post to register for any of these events.